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BGT Nurse Watches Herself On The Show From Hospital Night Shift

BGT Nurse Watches Herself On The Show From Hospital Night Shift

A nurse who appeared on ITV's Britain's Got Talent last night revealed that she ended up watching her heartwarming audition during her night shift at Great Ormond Street Hospital amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Beth Porch stole hearts across the nation when she sang her own song called 'You Taught Me What Love Is' which will raise money for NHS Charities as well as the Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.

The 25-year-old, who was diagnosed with coronavirus, filmed the audition some time ago but it aired for the first time on Saturday night's show.

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For Beth, this meant that she had to take a little break in one of the spare cubicles during her night shift. What a LAD.

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When she introduced herself to the BGT judges, Beth explained that the song was a tribute to the poorly children on the ward that she has cared for.

Speaking of her song choice, she said: "It's a difficult job and part of processing a lot of the things that happen on the ward I write songs. So the song I've written today is about what I've learnt from my patients and their families.

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"I'm not a parent myself but I've got a snapshot of what it's like to love a child. So that's what inspired this song."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@bethporch

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Music, Britain's Got Talent

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