Nursery rhymes rock 'Britain's Got Talent'
At first, the judges on "Britain's Got Talent" weren't sure what to make of Edward Reid. The Scottish drama teacher was singing the lyrics to "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," but in a sultry, slow, diva-like way, to the tune of Snow Patrol's "Run." Then he sequed into "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" and eventually "Humpty Dumpty," and the audience went wild.
He's since been accused of stealing the idea, ITN reports, but says he came up with it himself while working with twins who had autism.
Is he the next Susan Boyle? Watch and decide for yourself.