7-year-old Robbie Firmin wins over the Britain’s Got Talent 2011 panel on tonight's sixth audition show. The youngster leaves the judges - Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and guest judge Louis Walsh - with nothing but praise after belting out Frank Sinatra's My Way at the London auditions.
Young Robbie tells the cameras: “It’s my mum’s birthday soon and I want to give her the best birthday present ever...winning Britain’s Got Talent. I want to make my family the proudest family that’s ever been."
Before he starts, Robbie tells Louis that his auntie, who is waiting in the wings, is looking for a boyfriend. He adds: “And I think she would want you to be it.” Ant and Dec then take Robbie’s auntie onto the stage for her to see Louis!
After a bit of match making is over with, Robbie wow the crowd and judges by performing Frank Sinatra’s My Way.
Louis tells him: “Robbie that was fantastic. I’ve never heard anybody so young sing that song.”
Meanwhile Michael adds: “Robbie I thought that was just brilliant, it had everything, you toyed with the audience, they were up, they were down, they were swaying. Robbie you’re a star.”
Amanda: “Do you know Robbie, I think between them, Louis and Michael have said everything. You were fantastic, it was fabulous.”