Collabro Unique Boy Band Made Up Of 5 Friends

Even if you don’t usually watch Britain’s Got Talent, you should definitely see Collabro’s performance of “Stars” from Les Misérables in 2014. Collabro is a band of five friends: Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matthew Pagan, Thomas J. Redgrave, and Richard Hadfield. They surprised everyone when they revealed they had only been together for a month. The judges didn’t expect much from them, but boy, were they wrong!

When Alesha Dixon asked them why they thought they could win after only a month, Matthew cheekily replied, “Natural chemistry, I think.” Then they started singing, and Simon Cowell’s eyes widened in shock. Richard’s voice was deep and controlled, fitting perfectly with the West End style. The rest of the band joined in seamlessly, sounding like they had been singing together for years. Their performance earned them a standing ovation and moved judge Amanda Holden to tears, calling it “bloody brilliant.”

Simon admitted he was expecting just another boy band, but he was blown away. David Walliams praised their flawless performance, and Alesha called it one of the best auditions ever. They sailed through to the next round, eventually winning with overwhelming audience support. After the show, they signed with Simon Cowell’s label Syco Music, releasing their debut album “Stars” which shot to number 1 in the UK charts. Despite some changes and challenges along the way, Collabro’s talent shone bright throughout their journey, leaving a mark in the hearts of their fans.

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