There's looking likely to be a battle of the choirs on Britain's Got Talent this year.
In one corner is the Presentation School Choir, an all female Irish group from a school in Kilkenny. They wowed the judges with their performance at the auditions last month, while director Veronica McCarron struck a chord with Simon Cowell.
In the other corner is 100 Voices of Gospel, a very mixed bag of performers from across the world. They won Alesha Dixon's golden buzzer after an energetic performance of Let It Shine.
While they are both choirs their acts are VERY different - but still only one can possibly win.
And it's got Alesha a bit worried.
“They’re amazing. They are really different as well,” she said of Presentation School Choir this week. “They’re going to challenge my choir which is a little bit worrying. I love them, I really love them.”
Speaking to Goss.ie, Alesha continued: “[Veronica] was really flirty with [Simon] wasn’t she? She was really cool and there was a real charm about her and the whole choir, so I think people are really going to take to them.
“It would be great to see (an Irish act) go far."
With Alesha's golden buzzer, 100 Voices of Gospel are already in the live shows later this month but the Presentation School Choir will have to wait until the deliberation day at the end of the auditions.
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