Britain's Got Talent 2015: Isaac Waddington hopes to sing own song in the live shows

Isaac Waddington

Britain's Got Talent 2015 singer Isaac Waddington hopes to perform one of his own songs if he makes the live shows.

The 15-year-old wowed the judges at the weekend as he performed a piano cover of Billy Joel's She's Always A Woman.

"I got completely lost in that song with you, that was faultless," Alesha Dixon told him.

Simon Cowell declared: "I think we've found somebody really, truly special."

With four yeses through to the next round Isaac now has to endure a tense wait to see if he'll make it into the live shows later this year.

But he's already planning what he could do for the semi-finals and would like to see one of his own tracks.

Isaac said this week: “I’m either going to polish up one of my own songs and sing that, and that will be really good because I can show people what I do. But if not it’ll be another cover."

He went on to explain: “I stared playing the piano when I was about seven years old and that was when I started singing as well.

"And it’s all come together, and now I’ve started to write my own stuff."

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The Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions continue next weekend on ITV.

Browse pictures of all of Saturday's Britain's Got Talent 2015 contestants here...

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