'Britain's Got Talent': Jasmine Elcock Rivals Beau Dermott As This Year's Best Child Act

Jasmine Elcock gave Beau Dermott a serious run for her money as the best child act on this year's 'Britain's Got Talent', after another flawless performance.

The 14-year-old singer, who was picked as Ant and Dec's Golden Buzzer act during the auditions, wowed the judges as she appeared on Thursday (26 May) night's semi final.

Jasmine gave a beautiful rendition of Birdy's hit 'Wings', as she took to the stage in front of a giant pair of angel wings.

<strong>Jasmine Elcock wowed the judges on 'Britain's Got Talent'</strong> (Photo: ITV)
Jasmine Elcock wowed the judges on 'Britain's Got Talent' (Photo: ITV)

After her performance Simon remarked: This is good and bad. The bad part is their smug little faces. I really like you. You're not one of those powerhouse singers, what you've got is this incredible delicate control, which you don't get with young singers normally. Congratulations, that was fantastic."

Amanda added: "It was a beautiful, beautiful, controlled piece."

<strong>The 14-year-old gave a stunning rendition of Birdys 'Wings'</strong> (Photo: ITV)
The 14-year-old gave a stunning rendition of Birdys 'Wings' (Photo: ITV)

She had previously reduced Alesha Dixon and Ant McPartlin to tears, following her emotional version of Cher's 'Believe' in her audition.

However, she was later caught up in a 'fix storm' when it was revealed she’d performed in a West End production of ‘Annie’ already.

A 'BGT' spokesperson later said: “'Britain’s Got Talent' is open to anyone irrespective of their past experience and all acts are auditioned on merit on the day.”

Meanwhile, Beau, who was Amanda's Golden Buzzer act, has become one of the hot favourites to win the show after making it through to the final on Wednesday night.

She impressed viewers and the panel alike with her rendition of 'Someone Like You' from the musical 'Jekyll And Hyde'.

She will compete alongside the likes of 100 Voices Of Gospel, Boogie Storm and Richard Jones in Saturday's grand finale.

'Britain's Got Talent' concludes on Saturday at 7.30pm on ITV.

'Britain's Got Talent' Kids: Where Are They Now?

If you've wondered what ever happened to some the talent show's smallest stars, step this way...
If you've wondered what ever happened to some the talent show's smallest stars, step this way...
<strong>Now: </strong>Now into her late teens, Connie now has <i>five </i>studio albums under her belt, after her debut shifted 250,000 copies.
Now: Now into her late teens, Connie now has five studio albums under her belt, after her debut shifted 250,000 copies.
<strong>Now: </strong>Faryl has put her recording career on hold for the time being to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Dance.
Now: Faryl has put her recording career on hold for the time being to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Dance.
<strong>Now: </strong>Lagi is working as a barber by day but still performs as one half of Stavros Flatley. According to dad Demi, they had as many as 100 bookings in just one year and made something in the region of £500,000 since their ‘BGT’ appearance in 2009.<br /><br />In March 2016, Lagi was arrested after around £50,000 worth of cannabis was reportedly found at his flat in Enfield.
Now: Lagi is working as a barber by day but still performs as one half of Stavros Flatley. According to dad Demi, they had as many as 100 bookings in just one year and made something in the region of £500,000 since their ‘BGT’ appearance in 2009.

In March 2016, Lagi was arrested after around £50,000 worth of cannabis was reportedly found at his flat in Enfield.
<strong>Now: </strong>Eight years on, Hollie was studying at the Urdang Performing Arts Academy in London, via a stint playing one of the Von Trapp children in ‘The Sound Of Music’ on the West End stage.
Now: Eight years on, Hollie was studying at the Urdang Performing Arts Academy in London, via a stint playing one of the Von Trapp children in ‘The Sound Of Music’ on the West End stage.
<strong>Now: </strong>The young star has enjoyed success on the small screen in the likes of ‘Torchwood’ and ‘Casualty’, as well as on stage when he appeared in a production of ‘Aladdin’. He also joined the cast of 'EastEnders' in Spring 2016.
Now: The young star has enjoyed success on the small screen in the likes of ‘Torchwood’ and ‘Casualty’, as well as on stage when he appeared in a production of ‘Aladdin’. He also joined the cast of 'EastEnders' in Spring 2016.
<strong>Now: </strong>The teenager has been signed up by the English National Ballet School and big things are predicted for him in the dance world in the future.
Now: The teenager has been signed up by the English National Ballet School and big things are predicted for him in the dance world in the future.
<strong>Now:</strong> Ronan has now finished school and is hoping to emulate some of Bieber’s success, especially now his voice has broken!
Now: Ronan has now finished school and is hoping to emulate some of Bieber’s success, especially now his voice has broken!
<strong>Now:</strong> Molly is set to launch a pop career after completing her GCSEs in 2016. She has signed to Sony, who are funding her through the famous Sylvia Young Theatre School, whose alumni include Amy Winehouse, Billie Piper, Emma Bunton and Rita Ora.
Now: Molly is set to launch a pop career after completing her GCSEs in 2016. She has signed to Sony, who are funding her through the famous Sylvia Young Theatre School, whose alumni include Amy Winehouse, Billie Piper, Emma Bunton and Rita Ora.

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