mogs wrote:ha ha. Thank you everyone. i would love to see them in the opening ceremony of the Olympics as Amanda suggested.Welsh Mum wrote:I think the organisers of the Royal Variety Show should put OBA in the show anyway
We had a brilliant weekend-have just got back. The boys are beaming and are so proud of themselves and what they achieved. We even managed to get tickets to go into the studio and watch it! An experience he and i will never forget.
Welsh mum-I tried voting the whole time lines were open. I constantly hit redial and only managed to get 5 votes in! the lines were busy. It was a fantastic final and the power of the boys singing was amazing. they really did give it 110 %
So glad you had a good time and the boys can rightly be proud of themselves
The thing that makes OBA different to the other acts is that it is not just an individual or 2 who benefits but whole communities. They are doing a huge service is boosting boys'confidence and skills in a part of the country that has been badly hit by the recession - something I dont think many in the South east really appreciate. South Wales, esp the valleys has been so badly effected, so the success and work done by OBA is even more special
I am sure that great things will follow from this experience, not just for the boys involved but others in the future