A father sings about his missing son on “Britain’s Got Talent,” bringing the audience to tears.

Finding others who have experienced the same terrible tragedy as you can be a source of solace and hope. The British members of the Missing People Choir have lost children or loved ones.

They support and uplift one another, explaining that singing together is “good for the soul” and makes them stronger. The choir members recently participated in an audition for “Britain’s Got Talent” in order to share their message, and Simon Cowell and the other judges were blown away by the choir’s performance and inspiring message.

The choir performs the song “I Miss You,” which was written by Peter Boxell, one of its members. In 1988, Peter’s 15-year-old son disappeared following a soccer game in South London. Peter is still optimistic about seeing his son again.

All of the judges express their admiration for them after they’ve finished, and many spectators start crying.

Share the message of this choir with your loved ones.

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A father sings about his missing son on “Britain’s Got Talent,” bringing the audience to tears.
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