Cerebral palsy teenager tipped to win Britain's Got Talent

Cerebral palsy teenager tipped to win Britain's Got Talent

An inspirational teenage boy who won the nation's hearts at 2012's Pride of Britain awards has been tipped by many as a potential winner of this year's Britain's Got Talent competition.  

The ITV1 show is set to hit TV screens again on Saturday April 13th, and one of the hopefuls who auditioned this time around was 14-year-old Jack Carroll, a cerebral palsy sufferer who makes light of his own condition in hilarious comedy routines.

Carroll, who was presented with his Pride of Britain title by Alan Carr, Emma Bunton and Melanie C in October last year, reportedly wowed the notoriously hard to please judges, including Simon Cowell, from the word go, and it is predicted that his performances will be showing many more people what young users of Motability cars for sale and other such aids can truly achieve in the weeks and months to come.

All the signs for Jack bode well so far, with Cowell commenting after his audition: 'I defy anyone not to be touched by his story'.


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