Britain’s Got Talent 2012: Interview with Analiza Ching

Analiza Ching grew up in China and moved to England at 17 to study at London’s Royal Academy of Music. She says her style is unique as she incorporates dramatic/dance like movements into her act which she has been doing for six years. Her biggest influence is her father, who is also a violinist. Analiza’s parents still live in China. She has previously performed at Windsor Castle, the Royal Albert Hall and for Colin Firth at the opening of his wife’s shop.

What made you audition for Britain’s Got Talent this year?

I have a passion to share my music and talent with the UK and move my music career to a larger worldwide level.

What’s the most exciting thing about your Britain’s Got Talent experience so far?

Getting the four huge YES’s from the judges at the London auditions.

Are you nervous about performing in the live shows? Which Judge scares you the most?

I am a bit nervous but more excited. Simon Cowell is the judge who scares me most.

What will you do with the £500,000 prize money if you win

Buy myself a new violin – a Stradivarius!

What does performing at the Royal Variety Performance mean to you?

It will mean the world to me.

Why should you win Britain’s Got Talent?

I have worked so hard on my music skills for my entire life.

How would you feel if you won? What do you want to do at the end of BGT?

I would be over the moon if I won – it will be a dream come true. I would love to go on and become an international artist.

Tell us something about yourself that people may be surprised to know.

I came to the UK at such a young age on my own, hardly knowing any English.

If you could meet anyone in the world who would it be?

The American singer and actress Beyoncé

Who has been your favourite act from previous series of Britain’s Got Talent?

George Sampson and Diversity.

Lisa McGarry

Lisa has been watching reality TV for too long now. She won't do any housework unless 'Big Brother' announces it over the tannoy and everything she does has to be put to a public vote!