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Bar and Melody (BAM) on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with their anti-bullying song from Britain’s Got Talent

Too young school boys that took Britain’s Got Talent by storm with their anti-bullying song are set to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in the USA.

Charlie, 15, from Cardiff and Leondre, 13, from Wales, whose duo is called Bar and Melody (BAM for short), are the best of friends and have experienced forms of bullying in their school life. The boys came together and wrote a rap to ‘Hopeful’ by Twista and Faith Evans with original lyrics that has now gone viral with over 20 million views on Youtube alone.

Their emotional lyrics and performance has reduced many people to tiers right around the world. Now, top chat show host Ellen DeGeneres wants the boys to appear on her show in America as revealed exclusively on ITV This Morning by
Stephen Mulhern from Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2.

Ellen DeGeneres has been at the forefront of anti-bullying campaigns in the States for many years and no doubt believe that these two young British boys have a story and a song that America wants to here.

See the boys who are now the bookies favourite to win Britain’s Got Talent 2014, tell their story in the video below.

The boys rap lyrics are so powerful and are a real message to all those bullies out there. For us the most powerful lines of their song are:

Why do you trip me every single day.
I Didn’t ask to be born but now I have to pay.
I aint got no money take all I have when I give it to you I search through my bags.
I Feel so scared when you shout me down.
You kick me, punch me, throw me to the ground
when I ask you, yo what have I done
You hit me again and make fun of my mom.

The duo are set to appear on the Ellen Degeneres show on Thursday 22nd May.

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