Some BGT viewers were irate upon waking up this morning since opera singer Innocent Masuku did not win the competition, particularly following his breathtaking rendition of “Nessun Dorma” on the finals night.

After Innocent’s shiver-inducing audition did not earn him a Golden Buzzer, fans voiced their displeasure. He may not have taken home the trophy, but he won over millions of fans with his mesmerizing vocal performances. See his mesmerizing farewell performance down below. You can also view his past performances by scrolling down; his rendition of Hanz Zimmer’s “Now We Are Free” is very stunning.

Following a sensational audition, Innocent Masuku delivered another outstanding vocal performance on Britain’s Got Talent. His rendition of Hans Zimmer’s ‘Now We Are Free’ sent chills down viewers’ spines.

From the very first note he sung, the South African vocal prodigy became an instant fan favorite and made an impression on television watchers. This year’s tournament is going to be a breeze for him thanks to his superb breathing technique, vocal control, and projecting voice.

Everyone on the planet had no idea the South African musician Innocent Masuku was about to release such incredible energy during his audition for Britain’s Got Talent 2024. From the opening line, Innocent’s deep and magnificent operatic tenor voice stunned Italian judge Bruno Tonioli. His performance was second to none. Many TV viewers, though, felt the celebrity was unjustly passed over for the Golden Buzzer because of his audition.

An enchanting operatic voice emanated from this seemingly incongruous individual, ensnaring the crowd in a spell of awe-struck silence. “Caruso,” an opera by Lucio Dalla that was popular in Italy, was Innocent’s tune of choice. It was clear from Bruno’s expression at the judges’ table that Innocent had perfected every detail of his performance, down to the phonetics and the beautiful tones. The joy and force of opera were embodied by Innocent with remarkable, natural skill; she was both traditional and astonishing.

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