LONDON - The star of the latest edition of Britain's Got Talent is a 14-year-old student named Liam McNally.
Little Liam thrilled the crowd with his amazing rendition of "Danny Boy." Liam said that he usually sings the song while accompanying himself on the bagpipes but he had forgotten them at home.
Piers Morgan said Liam's singing literally made him cry. He said that it was only the second time that a contestant on BGT had made him cry.
The only other time was three years ago when the 407 pound belly dancer, Miriam Tipner-Stamshaw, 49, accidentally stepped on his foot when he was on is way to the men's room.
Female judge Amanda Holden, remarked that young Liam's voice was utterly fantastic and she said that although she was not crying on the outside she was crying on the inside.
Simon "The Count of Criticism" Cowell remarked that Master McNally sang very well. He then noted that it won't be long before Liam's voice changes. Cowell said that he was concerned and remarked that when McNally's voice does change he will probably turn into the young male version of Susan Boyle.
The show's director Radford St. Guyler, said that he received a text message from Queen Elizabeth II herself and she wrote, "Mr. St. Guyler, please inform young McNally that Prince Phillip and I loved his rendition of "Danny Boy" even more than the versions of Ray Price, Andy Williams, Freddie and The Dreamers, and Petula Clark."
When one of the show's hosts Ant McPartlin asked Liam what his favorite food was the lad replied, "Ah, dat be an easy one it be mate. And dat be me bloomin' crumpets. I usually eat aboot seven a day I does, I do."
In other news. Simon Cowell has just presented Queen Elizabeth II, with a lovely hat that was imported from Osaka, Japan. The new chopstick adorned hat is the 1,399th one in the queen's hat collection.