Father Sings About Missing Son On ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ And Leaves Audience In Tears

When you are facing a terrible tragedy, finding people who have gone through the same thing can be a source of comfort and hope. The Missing People Choir in Britain is made up of members who have had children or loved ones go missing.

They support each other and explain that singing together makes them stronger and that it is “good for the soul”. The members recently appeared on stage to audition for “Britain’s Got Talent” to spread their message and the judges, including Simon Cowell, are blown away by the choir’s performance and positive message.

The choir sings “I Miss You”, a song written by one of their members, Peter Boxell. Peter’s 15-year-old son disappeared in 1988 after a soccer match in South London. Peter still holds out hope that he will see his son again.

After they finish, all the judges are are left impressed and many in the audience are in tears.

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