Britain’s Got Talent, the celebrated reality television talent show that originated in the United Kingdom in 2007, has grown into a cultural phenomenon. With its inclusive format, the show has gained widespread popularity by welcoming performers from various age groups and genres.
Singers, dancers, magicians, comedians, and more all have the opportunity to showcase their skills on this remarkable platform. By focusing on unveiling hidden talents, Britain’s Got Talent has become a coveted avenue for ordinary individuals to pursue extraordinary success and make their mark in the entertainment industry.
Which is what led these three men from different parts of the country and the world to seek each other out online, form a trio and decide to audition for the show. Josh Page, Fernando Varela and Hana Ryu, who call themselves Forte, prepared over the internet and only met for the first time three days before their audition in Los Angeles.
They sang “Pie Jesu,” a renowned and emotionally evocative piece of music that holds a significant place within the realm of classical and sacred music. The song choice turned out to be perfect for their voices and their audition. It’s no wonder Forte has gone on to become a world-famous singing group. Watch the incredible audition video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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