22 May 2022

Kildare women part of cancer survivors and supporters choir on Ireland's Got Talent

Sea Of Change choir got the golden buzzer for their audition

Kildare women part of cancer survivors and supporters choir on Ireland's Got Talent

Deirdre Featherstone and Marie McGovern who are part of the Sea of Change choir

Four Kildare women are part of a 46-person choir competing on the live shows of Ireland’s Got Talent.

The Sea Of Change choir is made up of women aged between 34 and 70, whose lives have been affected by cancer, either directly or through a loved one.

Deirdre Featherstone from Clane, Mary Ball from Celbridge, Lisa Walsh from Kill and Marie McGovern are part of the group who got the first golden buzzer during their audition on February 2, 2019.

Lisa Walsh from Kill

Mary Ball from Celbridge

They performed a stunning rendition of ‘This Is Me’ from The Greatest Showman.

The group will sing a special tribute to those lost to cancer during the live shows this Sunday, March 31.

The group are asking people to add loved ones name to the list on their official website.

Don’t miss Ireland’s Got Talent on Virgin Media One this Sunday, March 31.

SEE ALSO: Kildare family's organ donation decision helped save four lives

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