a false start with a rendition of the Amie Winehouse song " Valerie"
which brought a familiar scowl to Simon's face and a quick enough hit
on his buzzer which would have made Jesse James proud.
was given a second chance and launched into a super performance of the
Michael Jackson song "who's Loving you" which brought back the
smile to Simon's face and the audience to their feet.
Britain's Got Talent contender may have his sights set on global success
- but the schoolboy is a homebody at heart.
“My granddad used to
sing so I think I got most of my talent from him. I don’t have anyone
famous in my family, but everyone is very supportive”.
Shaheen, whose dad is from
Iran and whose name means bird of prey in Persian, was brought up in Swansea
by his now-single mum Karen.
if he were to go further in the competition, he’s under no doubt
that her wants to win it for Wales.“I
would love to be part of the history of good singers from Wales.
Cardiff auditions certainly provided some great talent and top-notch auditionees
– but who knows who will make it all the way to the live show stage
of Britain’s Got Talent?
Shaheen, “If I get through to the semi finals, who knows? I might
be the only one from Wales. I would be very proud to show that Wales has
“I would love to have everyone in Wales on my side and voting for