WIDNES singing sensation Beau Dermott has been performing alongside some of Britain’s top stars.

The 13-year-old shot to fame on Britain’s Got Talent when her rendition of Defying Gravity won her the golden buzzer from judge Amanda Holden.

Her astonishing voice is already insured for £1 million by Lloyds of London and she has released her debut album Brave with Decca records.

The former Cronton CE Primary School pupils has performed at a variety of high profile events including Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday celebration concert at the London Palladium.

The gifted singer returned to this famous venue to share the stage with James Blunt, Jason Manford and Gregory Porter earlier this month.

The schoolgirl performed with Ronan Keating, Joe McElderry, Marti Webb and Paul Zerdin at a West End charity gala for the Mane Chance Sanctuary.

She sang at a sell-out show with John Owen-Jones, star of Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables in Llanelli earlier this month.

She has also helped to raise funds for various charities including singing for The Silver Line at St Bartholomew The Great, London’s oldest surviving church.

Beau will be singing at The Liverpool International Horse Show on Saturday, December 30 and Sunday, December 31.

The three day event plays host to an array of world class show jumping and dressage, featuring Olympic riders Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester, culminating in the north west’s largest indoor firework celebration.

Show president Nina Barbour said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Beau to the arena, alongside a high-calibre of musicians and performers, creating our most exciting and diverse line-up to date.

“The Liverpool International Horse Show offers so much both in terms of world-class equestrian sport and exceptional family entertainment and we are confident it will be the biggest and best show yet.”

For further information and to book tickets visit liverpoolhorseshow.com.