British-Pakistani blind singer Sirine Jahangir won millions of hearts with her performance.

Jahangir, 14, won a large number of hearts with her performance of Ruelle’s ‘Carry You’. She is the granddaughter of Sahibzada Jahangir, one of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s oldest companions and his representative on Trade and Investment in the UK and Europe.

One of the most essential acts from the current year’s Britain’s Got Talent, British-Pakistani blind singer artist Sirine Jahangir has been described as mystical, unique, and special by the judges after the teen impressed millions through an emotional performance at the semi-finals of the show.

The performance was genuinely a fascinating one impressing the judges so much that they didn’t cut up their words when it came to applauding the talented teenager.

The British-Pakistani Sirine has figured out how to get a spot in the best three alongside performer Magical Bones and dance troupe X1X Crew however she has yet to make it through to the grand final in October.

Jahangir said, “The judges have said that Sirine is a super talented, magical and special. Each and every individual who saw her perform twice at one the greatest talent platforms of the world has said a similar that Sirine is a very talented kid who has won a large number of hearts. A huge number of individuals have been moved by her own story of courage and motivation and we are grateful to everybody for their great support.”

The PTI leader said, during school holidays Sirine will visit Pakistan and will travel through the towns to motivate and support the handicap kids out of luck.

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