"I'm so excited! �� I'm finally allowed to tell you that my debut album is called Brave and it's out on August 25th" - Beau DermottPre order Brave: https://decca.lnk.to/BeauBraveID"I never thought I'd come this far, it's like a dream come true! Here are some of the songs I'll be singing. It might seem like a while to wait, but you can show your support right now by pre ordering Brave and following me on Facebook and Twitter. And thank you all SO MUCH for your kind messages ❤️"This is the extraordinary voice of Beau Dermott. When she first performed on Britain's Got Talent in 2016 the impact was such that Simon Cowell declared "This is the moment we discovered a star". On her debut album, Brave, Beau sings songs from the golden age of musical theatre and Disney alongside contemporary songs known and loved the world over. The album also includes Defying Gravity which Beau in her first Britain's Got Talent audition, leading the original singer Idina Menzel herself to tweet "OMG, you give me chill with your performance!"1. Somewhere Over The Rainbow2. Defying Gravity3. Tears In Heaven4. Reflection5. I Dreamed A Dream6. Fight Song7. I'm Not That Girl8. Wings9. When You Wish Upon A Star10. Someone Like You11. Colors Of The Wind12. When She Loved Me13. Brave14. O Holy Night
Although the 12-year-old is favourite to win this series, she failed to make it past the audition stage when she met the judges 12 months ago.The music mogul was apparently off sick when Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliamsgave her the thumbs down - and the audition was never aired on ITV. "It's hard to believe someone as talented as Beau was turned down," a source told The Sun.
Despite crushing her dreams, the trio failed to recognise Beau when she walked out on stage last weekend and tried to win them over for a second time. Fortunately for the schoolgirl, it was a very different outcome this time round as her place in the semi-finals has already been secured after Amanda decided to pick Beau as her Golden Buzzer act.
The young star, from Merseyside, now looks set to win the competition after blowing away the judges and viewers alike with her jaw-dropping performance of Defying Gravity from the West End musical Wicked.
Although it emerged yesterday that the 12-year-old is a seasoned stage school pro, bookies Ladbrokes announced that it had halved odds of her being crowned winner to just 5/2, making her the clear favourite after just one week.
"The revelations coming out of Beau's BGT camp has seen punters pile into her odds of winning, leaving her the red-hot favourite by a country mile," Ladbrokes spokesperson Jessica Bridge told Mirror Online. "It's still early days but money talks, and Beau is already looking like the one to beat."