Chichester teenager wows Simon Cowell and the Britain’s Got Talent judges

Isaac Waddington put in a 'faultless' performance to wow the judges on Saturday.  Picture Publicist: shane.chapman@itv.com 0207 157 3043
Isaac Waddington put in a 'faultless' performance to wow the judges on Saturday. Picture Publicist: shane.chapman@itv.com 0207 157 3043

FORMER Chichester pupil Isaac Waddington says he’s astounded at all the goodwill messages he’s been sent since his faultless performance on Britain’s Got Talent.

The 15 year old, who left The Prebendal School in 2012, wowed the audience on Saturday, April 25, with his version of the Billy Joel classic, She’s Always A Woman.

All four judges swiftly put Isaac through to the next round with Simon Cowell saying: “I think we’ve found somebody really truly special.”

Isaac, who was head chorister at The Prebendal, won the BBC Young Chorister of the Year in 2012.

His younger siblings, Jack and Martha, also attend The Prebendal.

Head master, Tim Cannell, said: “This is a fantastic achievement for Isaac and we are all really pleased for him.

“We’re looking forward to watching him in the next round and we wish him the very best of luck.”