Britain’s Got Talent final

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Christopher Stone has made the Britain’s Got Talent final after his stunning performance tonight.

Christopher and Peridot faced the judges who had previously dished the dance group just an hour before

Piers Morgan and Amanda Holden both voted for Stone enabling him to win.

Interviewed after winning Stone added “It’s fantastic. That was more nervous than performing. I’ve got a lot more for the final.”

I will add the clip as soon as it become available

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Still working as accountant

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Christopher Stone is still working in his accountancy day job

The 19 year old Britain’s Got Talent hopeful amazed everyone when he performed ‘Maria’ – A West End classic when he first appeared on the show. Christopher stated that dispite world wide interest in his performance he cannot afford to quit his day job.

“I’ve been working non-stop. You’ve still got to pay the bills!, It’s very strange and very difficult. You have to try balance everything. Your work, your training, rehearsals.

It’s not easy to do, but it’s worth putting in those extra hours when you are on a show like this. It hasn’t been easy, but I’ll get there.”

“This is an experience and a platform. I want to hopefully build a career and platform beyond this.

“That’s how I’m looking at this. Not necessarily the prize at the end, but what being on the show as a whole means in the long run.”

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Christopher Stone’s parents sell house

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Christopher Stone’s parents had to sell there home to fund to pay for his West End dreams

Christopher who was the final act for the ITV1 talent show Britain’s Got Talent promised he will pay back every penny if he is the winner and gets the £100,000 prize

28 year old Christopher’s parents sold there lovely three bedroom house to pay for his music tuition when he was 16. So far the bill has run up to £60,000 and now they have to live above an Indian takeaway so he can try and fulfill his West End dreams, despite the fact he dropped out of music school when he was 20

“My dad sold his house when I was 16 so he could afford to put me into music school and then university,” he told the Daily Star Sunday.

“He sold a lovely three-bedroom semi with a big garden and moved into a small, two-bedroom flat above an Indian takeaway so I could follow my dream.

“In total my parents have probably spent about £60,000 on all my various fees and lessons. But when I was 20, I dropped out of music school because I could no longer afford the fees. Now this is my big chance to follow my dream again.”

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Christopher Stone bullied

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Christopher Stone the Britain’s Got Talent hopeful has told how he was sadly bullied for years in school because he was different. He was repeatedly teased when he grew up in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

Christopher from Manchester is a 28 year old who works in accountancy has already had over 140,000 YouTube hits for his performance of ‘Maria’ from West Side Story

“I was bullied from day one until the day I left. Day in, day out,” he told The Sun. “It started off being physical and became mental afterwards – but the mental bullying was worse by far.

“Bruises heal but the pain from mental bullying doesn’t just go away. You start to think to yourself, ‘Am I really an awful person? Am I that bad that people don’t like me?’ You start to doubt yourself and think you deserve it.

“They called me a girl, a poof, all sorts of things. I liked music, I was a freak – that’s what they thought. I don’t want to wallow in it. It’s not about that, but it was difficult. People who know me know what I went through.”

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Christopher Stone Britain’s Got Talent

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britains got talent

Christopher Stone is the amazing 28-year singing accountant who had to fight his nerves when he apeared on Britain’s Got Talent Manchester auditons.

Christopher’s mother and farther where there who literally had to pressure the young amazing talent into appearing on the show and after years he realised now is the time to unleash him self onto the Britain’s Got Talent audience

Christopher mum added “We’ve come here today to help our son realise his dream. If Christopher got through today we’d be so proud. We’d be shouting it from the rooftops.”

After his performance of ‘Maria’ from the West Side Story musical the crowd and judges where amazed, but there is concern that his lack of self confidence could undermine his chances of winning – much like Jamie Pugh from last years show

“I would say the problem with you is your lack of conviction, I don’t feel an awful lot of self-belief about you,” says Simon Cowell. “I think you have a really, really good voice, but do we have a star?”

but despite Simon’s concerns Piers Morgan added “As you got into it, I could see that you were like, ‘This is my moment and I’m having an amazing time’, and I enjoyed it with you.”

Amanda Holden was simply blown away by his singing and commented “It was brilliant and I loved your voice.”

A video of Christopher Stone audition is below

Britain’s Got Talent 2010 – Auditions Week 2



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