Simon thinks girl is crazy for trying the ‘worst song ever’ – until he hears the first note.

Gamu Nhengu, an X Factor UK contender, captures Simon Cowell’s attention and breathes new life into a song written before she was born, all in three minutes.”Nhengu is 18 years old, and when asked why she became a singer, she says she wants to be someone and do something that people will remember. She speaks confidently and convincingly, and she does not appear anxious in front of the four judges.

Nhengu chose the song ‘Walking on Sunshine.’ It is by Katrina and the Waves, a 1980s new wave band. While Katrina and the Waves are not a one-hit wonder, they are most known for their 1985 single. “Walking on Sunshine” is a staple of 1980s cinema and nostalgic flicks.

Nhengu informs the judges during her introduction that she has made some changes to her song. She doesn’t say what she changed, whether it was a lyrical adjustment or a different arrangement, so the audience and judges are naturally curious. Nhengu doesn’t disappoint once she gets beyond the introductions and starts singing. While the other three judges are all smiles, Simon Cowell appears to have skipped breakfast and has a rumbly stomach. ” “I’m excited to see what you’ve done with this song,” Simon responds to Nhengu’s allegation that she changed her music.

While Simon’s sad expression continues throughout the song, the audience quickly notices Nhengu’s energy and sass. Her changes were minor, but they shifted the song’s overall meaning. The chorus of the original song begins, “you’re my sunshine/and don’t it feel wonderful,” but Nhengu’s version begins, “you’re my sunshine/, but you gotta go.”

This suggests that the song is about a break-up. Nhengu tells her that she doesn’t want to spend her life waiting for her dating partner. It’s an authoritative performance that matches Nhengu’s personality well, from her body language to her acerbic delivery to her outfit. Nhengu wears a floor-length gown with a large rose bow in her hair.The other judges have only had positive things to say about Nhengu.

Louis Walsh practically gushes, declaring the young performer has “something extremely pleasant” about her and praising her attitude, song choices, and vibrancy. Walsh describes Nhengu as “soulful,” and anyone watching would agree with that assessment.

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