Portsmouth teenager Isaac Waddington through to final of Britain’s Got Talent

Isaac Waddington
Isaac Waddington

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  • Portsmouth schoolboy won public vote
  • The 15-year-old performs George Michael’s I Can’t Make You Love Me
  • Talented youngster previously won top BBC award
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SINGING schoolboy Isaac Waddington wowed judges and the public vote on Britain’s Got Talent.

The Portsmouth 15-year-old performed George Michael’s I Can’t Make You Love Me.

Simon Cowell, one of the four judges, called him Jack by mistake but said: ‘That was just cool, great, real.

‘You’ve got a great voice, a great taste in music.’

Isaac topped the public phone-in vote this evening with 2m votes cast in total.

Popstar Olly Murs backed him with a Twitter post.

Isaac Waddington

Isaac Waddington

He said: ‘ISAAC WADDINGTON wow sir!! What a voice... Cool as.’

Speaking on the show before he performed he said: ‘I really want to make my family proud.

‘Getting to the final for me is really important because it gets me one step closer to what I want to do.’

Isaac, who attends Portsmouth Grammar School, now faces a public vote.

He previously won BBC Young Chorister of the Year in 2012.