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Britain's Got Talent semi-final will feature Wittering singer Honey Fleming and the Voices of the Armed Forces Children's Choir



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A teenage singer is preparing to perform live on television tonight (Tuesday) when her choir competes on Britain's Got Talent.

Honey Fleming, 13, is part of the Voices of the Armed Forces Children's Choir.

This morning it was revealed that they have made it through to the semi-finals of the ITV talent show.

Voices of the Armed Forces Children's Choir performing on stage with pictures of Honey and her dad Leigh shown in the background. Photo: ITV/Britain's Got Talent
Voices of the Armed Forces Children's Choir performing on stage with pictures of Honey and her dad Leigh shown in the background. Photo: ITV/Britain's Got Talent

The choir brought the judges to tears at their audition in January when they performed a song called Welcome Home, written by two children with military connections.

The choir all have family in the Armed Forces, with Honey's family living at RAF Wittering.

The singers had been invited to audition by Simon Cowell, who surprised them while they were rehearsing at the Guards Chapel in London.

Honey Fleming at Abbey Road Studios
Honey Fleming at Abbey Road Studios

Just two days later, they found themselves at The London Palladium, auditioning in front of Simon and his fellow judges, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.

Tonight they will compete against seven other acts, with two places in Sunday night's final up for grabs.

Tune in at 8pm tonight (Tuesday, May 31) on ITV to see them perform.



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