Charice isn't the only teen wowing audiences the world over. Andrew Johnston made a name for himself after auditioning for the judges on Britain's Got Talent.
Thirteen-year-old Andrew has been singing since he was 6 years old, though it hasn't been an easy road. Andrew admits he's often bullied at school. "They say they don't like that kind of music," Andrew says.
Still, Andrew keeps on singing. His operatic performance brings tears to judge Amanda Holden's eyes. "I really promised myself that I wasn't gonna cry on this show. I just was mesmerized by you," she says. "You could knock all those bullies out with that voice."
Even tough judge Simon Cowell is moved. "Andrew, I think you're better than you think you are," he says.
Andrew's heart and talent moved audiences in Britain. He placed third in the competition, and his performances are being enjoyed by millions of fans on YouTube.