Connie Talbot Releases Stunning Cover Of Bohemian Rhapsody
Cailyn Finkel 11/12/2018
Connie Talbot first won over our hearts 11 years ago when she made the Britain's Got Talent judges tear up with her performance of "Over the Rainbow." Even though she was just six years old at the time, music was something that resonated deep within her soul.
Fast-forward more than a decade and Connie is still singing for her hoards of fans. The bubbly 17-year-old regularly releases music online - but no song was as beautiful as her rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody."
She sang with so much heart that we're such Freddy Mercury is smiling down from Heaven right this very instant...
From the time Connie was a child, she knew she was destined to be a great musician. She spent every second of free time singing and memorized all of her favorite soundtracks without trying. There wasn't a song she was too scared to sing or an artist she was too intimidated by to cover.
By the time Connie reached her teenage years, music became an obsession. Nothing else interested her the same way singing did!
That's why she announced her departure from school to pursue music full-time. The teenage artist took to Twitter to say:
"So from today onward, I'm leaving school to concentrate 100% on my music career. After a lot of thought, I have come to the conclusion I cannot do both, as I'm not Wonder Woman.
Music is my first and only passion, so best foot forward. I truly thank all of you for your support."
Now Connie spends her time writing and recording new music at home. She's determined to be a superstar by the time she reaches her 20s! With more than 1.3 million YouTube subscribers, Connie is certainly off to a great start.
She sings every song well - but she truly knocked "Bohemian Rhapsody" out of the park. Her voice filled the small recording studio and her piano strokes were perfect. It's not every day you hear someone honor the late great Freddy Mercury with such a hauntingly beautiful tribute.
Connie's rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" is something everyone should hear at least once in their lives!