TeenStar Will Daniels, 15, aims to sing his way to victory in competition’s grand final
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After impressing the judges through several rounds of the TeenStar competition, Will Daniels will be performing in the final on Saturday, July 29 at The Alban Arena, in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
The pupil at Langley School in Loddon has just finished year-10 and is currently in third place on the voting leaderboard for the final.
He needs the help of the public to vote for him.
The public votes really help if an act gets into the judges' top three scores on the day. They then use those votes to help decide who wins the age category.
Will's mum, Louise Daniels, 43, from Taverham, said: 'Will is very humble about his singing ability. He comes to life on the stage. It is where he feels at home.
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'We are delighted he has made it to the grand final out of 10,000 acts. He has worked so hard and has shown true commitment and dedication. Singing is what we loves and we are so proud of him for getting this far.
'We're really grateful for everyone's support, friends, family, school and colleagues.'
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Will's latest TeenStar judges feedback said he was 'such a confident performer and a real entertainer who gave us a fabulous performance'.
Will's brother Theo, six, is his biggest fan and said: 'Try and win it Will, I'm so proud of you.'
Will has been performing since he was seven and has been in five professional pantomimes at Norwich Theatre Royal. He has also sung with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain at the Royal Albert Hall.
Will said: 'Despite being more nervous than I have ever been, I am extremely excited and feel prepared to perform and entertain to the best of my ability. As long as I have entertained the judges and the crowd I have done myself, my family and my friends proud.
'For me, winning would mean the absolute world and show me that what I dreamed as a child can actually happen.'
For more about TeenStar, visit www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk and to vote for Will text TEEN63 to 84222.