FRESH from his appearance on Britain’s Got Talent, Wigan schoolboy Henry Gallagher gave fans an exclusive treat at the weekend.
The 12-year-old, who won the nation’s hearts following the performance of his own song Lightning on the ITV show, sang in Believe Square, outside Wigan Life Centre on Saturday.
And the free gig was filmed for Britain’s Got Talent, meaning that viewers will be able to see more of the Standish High School pupil as he makes it through the next stage of the competition.
Henry sang Lightning, which he wrote about a girl he has a crush on, plus a collection of other songs he has penned, as well as classic covers.
This is not Henry’s first gig. Since he was launched to fame, he has sung at recent Warriors and Latics matches, as well as travelling further afield to Morecambe Carnival.