Blind girl who has reached the semi-finals of “Britain’s Got Talent”

At Britain’s Got Talent, she introduced the audience to a 14-year-old British-Pakistani dancer who captured the judges with her voice. Now, Seri Jahanjia has reached the semi-finals of Braitain’s Got Talent. Sirin has a strong voice and is very good at judging. After attracting the audience, she became the first British-Pakistani dancer to qualify for the show’s semi-finals. Serein had severe vision problems at the age of five and lost his sight at the age of nine.

Although Serein is blind, his outstanding performance in the show will surely set a good example for young people. At Britain’s Got Talent, he brought tears to the eyes of judges and spectators with his singing competition. The loss of vision at the age of nine also saddened everyone. Ruelle’s song “Carry You” and Serene’s best performance attracted a large number of people, including the judge, to the semi-finals.

Sirin wants to help others. “The only thing I wanted to do when I was on the podium was to do something that would help people like me,” she said. Sirin’s father said his daughter was careful and overcame all obstacles. “Sirin is a really brave and talented child, despite the difficult times. “When he lost his sight, I knew the world wanted him to do something big.”