A POPULAR Wrexham choir is set to feature on ITV's Royal Variety Performance tomorrow night (December 17) following their Britain's Got Talent exit.

Johns' Boys Male Chorus stole the nation's hearts when they featured on this year's series of Britain's Got Talent.

After narrowly missing out on a chance in the final, the boys are going to feature on the Royal Variety Performance show tomorrow night (December 17) after ITV invited them down.

Conductor Aled Phillips said: "It's a secret I've been dying to tell" as he shared the exciting news on Facebook earlier today.

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He continues: "It's just another incredible experience.

"We were down in London for two full days working alongside the likes of Paloma Faith, Mel C and Cher.

"Everybody backstage was so friendly and made us feel a part of what was a moment of a lifetime. 

"To be waiting backstage with Simon Cowell for our entry on set was such a surreal moment."


The Wrexham choir was heavily praised by the judges and has since announced a UK tour starting in January due to their success.

The winner of the talent competition Viggo Venn, a thrilling comedy act, will also be performing. Viggo is known for wearing multiple high-vis vests and so conductor Aled shared a teaser of himself wearing one before tomorrow's show. 

Tune into ITVX at 8pm on Sunday, December 17 to see the show, hosted by Bradley Walsh.