A father sings about his missing son on “Britain’s Got Talent,” bringing the audience to tears.

The discovery of people who have gone through the same horrific event as you might bring comfort and hope. The Missing People Choir’s British members have lost family members or children.

 The group sang a haunting rendition of I Miss You

They claim that singing together is “good for the soul” and strengthens them as they encourage and support one another. Simon Cowell and the other judges were astounded by the choir’s performance and motivational message when they saw them audition for “Britain’s Got Talent” recently.

 Simon gave a rare glimpse of his emotional side as the choice brought him to tears

One of the choir’s members, Peter Boxell, wrote the song “I Miss You,” which is performed by the group. In 1988, after a soccer match in South London, Peter’s 15-year-old son vanished. Regarding seeing his kid again, Peter is still optimistic.

After they’ve finished, the judges all express their adoration for them, and several onlookers start crying.

Tell your loved ones about this choir’s message.

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