On Britain’s Got Talent, a school choir inspired viewers with a stirring anti-bullying performance.

A mixed-gender school choir called Class Dynamix performed an electrifying performance on Britain’s Got Talent with an anti-bullying anthem that declares that bullying is not cool and that they vehemently reject it.

Danny, the choir’s director, describes the group as a mix of young people with varying levels of confidence who were eager to sing for the audience and had traveled from Leeds to Manchester.

Additionally, it was revealed that when Danny applied for them to be on the show, Simon, one of the judges, had already paid the group a visit at their school. In order to invite them to the auditions for the show, Simon really went to their school.

The choir starts singing an exciting, boisterous hip hop/choir song right after the introductions.

The children begin to dance as they sing that bullying is wrong and poisonous to us as they shout “B-U-Double L- Y- I-N-G.” We are expected to speak out against it and not turn a blind eye. Bullying others has no place anywhere, and it is clearly wrong for anyone to do so.

As they struck a pose at the conclusion, taking a strong stance against bullying, they were greeted with applause and cheers from the audience. Some people were sobbing.

The judges praised their anti-bullying message, and one of them suggested that every child in the globe sing the song. All of the judges praised their excellent performance and catchy song about bullying. Much to their delight and pleasure.

The Bible commands us to love one another. God does not favor bullying. In that we love and treat everyone with kindness, just as He has, He wants us to be like Him.

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On Britain’s Got Talent, a school choir inspired viewers with a stirring anti-bullying performance.
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