YOUNG singing sensation Beau Dermott wowed the audience at a star-spangled first evening of the TheraPlate UK Liverpool International Horse Show.
Known globally for her spellbinding performance on Britain’s Got Talent when she captured the heart of the world, Beau is a massive pony fan thanks to her love of Prince who she rescued.
“I spend as much time as I can with Prince, he is at a yard near my home so I get to see him a lot.
“He is my first pony and we really enjoy jumping and training and hope to compete at shows next year.
“I have been to all four Liverpool International Horse Shows, it is just fantastic and a great event with so much to watch and see. It is wonderful to be back.”
Beau sang Oh Holy Night and Winter Wonderland to an enthralled audience.
Beau the girl with the big voice and big heart may be just 15-years-old, but Beau’s astonishing voice is already insured for £1 million pounds.
She shot to fame when her electrifying audition on BGT earned her the golden buzzer from judge Amanda Holden – taking her straight into the live finals. Singing ‘Defying Gravity’ from the hit musical Wicked, the YouTube clip of her performance currently has over 26 million views.
Beau was hand-picked by Dame Vera Lynn to open her 100th birthday celebration concert at the London Palladium last year and attended by HM The Queen. Following her performance Decca signed Beau’s album Brave to their label. Beau’s album features the song that catapulted her to fame, ‘Defying Gravity’, as well as a host of classic favourites.
In November 2018 Beau was invited to sing in Mexico as part of “W-Under 18’, where she stood alongside an astronaut, scientists, Nobel Prize Winners, filmmakers, achievers and thinkers from around the world.
Originally from Liverpool, animal-lover and vegetarian Beau lives with her family and two dogs. Beau is also proud owner of Prince, a rescue pony she saved and spends all her spare time with. Beau is Junior Patron of Jenny Seagrove’s Mane Chance Sanctuary, a charity she holds close to her heart.
Beau’s caring nature does not stop there. In October 2017 following her father’s own diagnosis, Beau organised a charity concert in aid of Cancer Research UK, for vital research into all types of cancer, at the Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool. Beau’s father proudly enjoyed his daughter’s concert, but sadly lost his own battle just a few months later.
Something truly magical happens when a sometimes shy Beau hears music and starts to sing…her voice soars to the highest notes with grace, power and maturity that transcends her years. This young lady with the big voice and big heart has captured the hearts of millions from around the world.