A British Nepali Man Bheem Niraula entered Britain’s got talent with his Sunday morning love – viewers can’t stop singing his catchy song despite Simon Cowell’s red buzzer
London — A contestant on Britain’s Got Talent prompted a mass singalong tonight – after the love song he’d penned for his partner proved a huge hit with the audience.
54-year-old Hotel manager British Nepali man Bhim Niroula performed his catchy ditty “Sunday Morning Love You” on the show, with Ant and Dec later joining him on stage.
The chorus of the song, which contained the lyric “I want to love you everyday” was especially popular – even leading David Walliams to serenade an unimpressed Simon Cowell.
As well as proving popular with the audience, the judges were on board – with the exception of Cowell, who pressed his buzzer and looked aghast at the otherwise extremely positive reaction the performance was receiving.
Alesha Dixon said of the song, “He’s got a hit record… I actually thought the melody was sweet. It was lovely!”
Walliams added, “The British public are going to love *you* everyday” before giving him a yes – with Dixon and Amanda Holden also putting him through to the next round.
And when Simon declared that Bhim was unlikely to win the show with the song, Walliams joked “I thought you knew about music, I thought you were some kind of big player in the music business, everyone loved him!”
And as Bhim left the stage, the crowd were still singing along with the chorus – led by Walliams and the other judges, Radio Times writs.
The father-of-two revealed enjoyed a live of fame following his move to England.
Bhim was born in Dhankut and worked in banking in Nepal, however, following the success of his song, and moved to Reading in the UK 13 years ago.