Norfolk teenager hopes to sing his way to victory in national music competition

Langley School pupil Will Daniels has made it through to the final of the national talent contest Te

Langley School pupil Will Daniels has made it through to the final of the national talent contest TeenStar which will take place in July at The Alban Arena, in St Albans, Photo: John Turner Photography/TeenStar. - Credit: John Turner Photography/TeenStar

Fourteen-year-old Will Daniels is hoping to sing his way to victory in the grand final of a national music competition next month.

Langley School pupil Will Daniels has made it through to the final of the national talent contest Te

Langley School pupil Will Daniels has made it through to the final of the national talent contest TeenStar which will take place in July at The Alban Arena, in St Albans, Photo: John Turner Photography/TeenStar. - Credit: John Turner Photography/TeenStar

Will, a year 10 pupil at Langley School in Loddon, has already wowed the judges and audience alike through several heats of the TeenStar competition with his performances of songs including Stevie Wonder's I Wish.

More than 10,000 hopefuls entered this year's TeenStar talent contest which is described as the UK's biggest search for young singing and dance acts.

Will, who has been singing for as long as he can remember, is among the talented performers who have beaten off the competition to make it through to the grand final which is set to take place at The Alban Arena, in St Albans, Hertfordshire, on Saturday, July 29.

TeenStar judges include music consultant Chris Grayston who has worked with Simon Cowell. For more about TeenStar visit www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk

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