Britain’s Got Talent’s rarely seen child star Robbie Firmin looks unrecognisable 10 years on from starring in the show

BRITAIN'S Got Talent's rarely seen child star Robbie Firmin looks unrecognisable 10 years on from starring in the show.

The singer shot to fame on the fifth series of the ITV show when he was just seven-years-old.


The youngster turned up on stage in pinstriped suit and matching hat all those years ago.

He wowed Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Michael McIntyre and Louis Walsh with his own rendition of Frank Sinatra's My Way.

Robbie wanted to win the competition as a birthday present for his mum, but only got through to the second round.

He told the judges: "It’s my mum’s birthday soon and I want to give her the best present ever."

Louis was amazed with his talents and said: "That’s fantastic. I’ve never heard anybody so young sing that.”

Michael added: “You toyed with the audience, they were up, they were down, they were swaying. You’re a star.”

Nowadays the 18-year-old still loves singing and acting.

He is signed to Time to Shine Agency and regularly attends film and TV workshops.

The star has landed roles in Fashion Festival, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and Peter Pan with Spotlites Theatre.

In 2017 he travelled the world performing on a cruise with Talent inc.

Robbie has also shown his face in music videos for Keane and Hurts.

The teen doesn't have Instagram, but does like to keep fans up to date on Twitter, although he was last active on his account back in 2019.

It seems like his younger sister Ocean-Storm, seven, has followed in his footsteps.

The reality star shared an adorable snap of the pair on the train heading to London for an audition together.

Robbie has been extremely busy over the years, but he managed to balance his school work and passions successfully.

His proud mum tweeted back in 2019: "So proud of Robbie Firmin he Smashed his GCSEs in the old grade system he got 1 x A * 4 x A and 1 B and 2 Cs @RobbieWobbiebgt."

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