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Britain’s Got Talent star Edward Reid may have exited the competition at the semi-final stage, but he looks set to take the nursery rhyme world by storm.
Reviving old classics such as Humpty-Dumpty and morphing them with modern rock songs is no easy task and the Scot has already been tipped to release an album.
Drama teacher Edward developed his unique talents whilst singing to pupils and told The Hour that he originally performed the routines to makes his friend laugh.
At his first audition in Glasgow the Britain’s Got Talent judges were wowed by his party piece. David Hasselhoff described Edward as ‘really creative’ while comedian Michael McIntyre proclaimed ‘Scotland has Talent’.
He popped into The Hour to show why he was one of the early favourites to take the Britain’s Got Talent 2011 crown.
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