Sirine Jahangir, the British-Pakistani visually impaired teen singer has reached the semifinal round of Britain’s Got Talent, the popular talent show. Delivering soul-stirring performances, the 14-year-singer became the first-ever British-Pakistani to enter the show’s semi-finals. Talking to BBC, Jahngir had spoken about her audition on the show which moved everyone to tearsHer piano rendition of Ruelle’s Carry You was well-received by the judges and audience.Talking to BBC, Jahngir had spoken about her audition on the show which moved everyone to tears. “When I was walking towards the stage, the only thing I wanted was to do something that enables me to help people like me,” she said.“Sirine has been really brave, courageous and smart despite facing a difficult period. When she lost her sight, I knew at the time that the universe wants her to do something big,” Kafeel Jahangir, her father, told BBC.