Bosbury's Got Talent 2019 Winner Crowned!
There was amazing confidence and bravery, hilarious comedy, high drama, beautiful singing, polished dancing and spectacular piano work in front of the whole school as the spotlights shown down on the fourth Bosbury's Got Talent Live Final filmed in the school hall at the climax of the Spring Term, but in the end, there could only be one winner.
Congratulations to this supremely confident young man from Class 5 whose X Factor-winning performance of Never Been Better by Olly Murs won over Bosbury's hardened team of judges with its amazing swagger and style to be crowned Bosbury's Got Talent winner 2019!
What a lovely Bosbury's Got Talent. Here is the 2019 winner. pic.twitter.com/M4QAHqJEqd— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
A HUGE well done also goes to this incredibly talented young lady also from Class 5 whose spellbinding performance on the piano captivated everyone in the hall to earn her a extremely close second place in the competition. A bit of controversy is always part of the judging of a talent competition with such a high standard, and at least two of the judges felt that this performance should have taken the £100,000 cash prize and a spot on this year's Royal Variety Performance. See for yourself:
A wonderful second place at the talent show. pic.twitter.com/dLSUzLWjGm— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
The very brave young man from Class 1 shown below also took the third place spot after winning the judges' hearts through a lovely poem about Six Little Chicks performed fittingly just in time for Easter...
... while the dynamic duo from Class 2 shown below picked up the first ever Bosbury's Got Talent Audience Award after the judges felt that they deserved to be recognized for entertaining the audience in such a unique and original manner!
Look at this! pic.twitter.com/UcIRfklRf4— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
There were so many other acts which wowed the 150-strong audience on the day and deserve special mention, including this polished ballet piece to Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake from two very graceful young dancers from Class 3...
Another lovely act at the take talent show. pic.twitter.com/y2Bq8U3gmp— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
... a very moving and powerful rendition of A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman by this very brave trio of girls from Class 2...
So brave and powerful! pic.twitter.com/bk4t4evEgP— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
... cool, hip and funky moves to George Ezra's ever popular hit Shotgun and The Other Side again from The Greatest Showman (a very popular musical among Bosbury School pupils)...
Cool Bosbury! pic.twitter.com/VQv98GwgIx— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
Creative Bosbury! pic.twitter.com/bTAIKV3MVP— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
... more superb piano work from this upcoming talent from Class 2 with a lovely rendition of Woodchuck (just listen to the round of applause that this young lady gets at the end from the audience!) ...
What talent! pic.twitter.com/veyldcWGly— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
... a very inventive and creative Twinkle Twinkle piece from this quartet of instrumentalists from Class 5 complete with added facial hair...
Last one filmed - so creative! pic.twitter.com/g7lzZM4jSj— Bosbury Primary (@BosburyPrimary) April 12, 2019
... an original rendition of a folk song from this bovine-attired young lady from Class 3 as well as more superb signing to High Hopes from Panic at the Disco by this duet of male performers from Class 4...
... and it just wouldn't be a talent show without the comedy pieces, coming courtesy this year of some great jokes from this comedian of the future in Class 2 as well as an hilarious homemade video produced by an undisputed YouTube celebrity of the years to come!
Well done and thank you also to all of the other acts who made the final seventeen...
⇒ Kensi from Class 1's lovely gymnastics performance to In My Mind
⇒ Georgina from Class 1's beautiful singing to I've Got this Feeling from the film Trolls by Justin Timberlake
⇒ Darcey from Class 5's extremely synchronized and professional dancing to Like it Like That
Thank you also to Mrs. McManus, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Miss Fisher and Mrs. Christopherson for being the Amanda Holdens, Simon Cowells, Alesha Dixons and David Walliams of the competition in carrying out the unenviable task of judging and picking out a winner from seventeen such terrific acts (we haven't seen those kinds of arguments in school since the last time there was only one piece of cake left in the staff room), and to DJ Ponter for providing the music and continuity to this year's show.
Gosh, how on EARTH are we going to top this for Bosbury's Got Talent 2020 - the fifth anniversary of the competition? Find out in twelve months' time, but for now, thank you for watching and GOODNIGHT!