Daddy’s song for his little girls brings waterworks to the room

There wasn’t a dry eye in the room, what a sweet audition.

It’s been eleven long years but a surprise moment had Nick Edwards finding his confidence again after he took the stage at Britain’s Got Talent thanks to his two lovely daughters.

36-year-old Nick was more than shocked to see his daughters Savannah and Cali, three and four, brought on stage by his mother Tracey.

Daddy’s song for his little girls brings waterworks to the room

Edwards is from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, and he said he had “never been so scared” in his life before the performance. Thanks to his daughters, his dream of singing his own songs in public is back.

He told the judges that he had “lost a lot of confidence” in himself over the years. He only sings in the shower as a result.

Amanda Holden was nice enough to tell Nick he could go grab a glass of water to compose himself though.

Edwards did return with a guitar ready to sing. Even Simon was glad he returned. Nick sang a song he dedicates to his daughters since he says the song had become the “soundtrack of their life”.

Savannah and Cali are super blessed to have Nick as their dad. He sings with so much love, you can tell he was thinking of his daughters the whole time up there on stage.

It’s safe to say he’s got his confidence back. We’re all looking forward to hearing more from Nick.

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