Honey and Sammy Harrison are a mother and daughter singing pair who made it to Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals during the 14th series. When Sammy was diagnosed with cancer, they decided to audition as a group, despite their ages being 14 and 43, respectively. They were awarded Amanda Holden’s Golden Buzzer.
Honey and Sammy Biography and Family
Chigwell is her favorite place to call home because it offers everything she could possibly need as a child. Parks, woodlands, and wonderful high streets are all available, and they are only a short distance from London. When Sammy was four, she claimed to be able to sing harmony with her mom from when she could talk. She’s an expert because of her passion for Britain’s Got Talent and her early exposure to the show.
After seven years of pestering her mother to audition, she finally got her answer. When her mother was given the all-clear from breast cancer, she realized, “You only live once, and it’s not a rehearsal!” As a result, she went ahead and signed us up without further ado. Making the memories with Sammy made the show a lot sweeter, not only because she’s a great singer but also because they wouldn’t have had the chance to make them if Sammy didn’t have a good outcome with her cancer.
Sammy has resided in Chigwell for 11 years but has spent almost her entire adult life in West Essex. They have wonderful outdoor spaces, restaurants, and pubs, and she adores the glitz and glam of the locals. She began singing as a youngster and was classically educated from the age of eleven, but she switched to singing pop music at the age of sixteen. She’s had three record deals in her life that never materialized, and she was almost cast in ‘Steps,’ but Fay was chosen instead. She sang for a living all over the world after that till she had Honey.
What happened at BGT?
Honey said before their audition that she applied without telling Sammy and that being with her mother was the nicest thing that had ever happened to her. They began by performing Sara Bareilles’ ‘She Used To Be Mine,’ but Simon interrupted them halfway through, saying, ‘I just don’t like the song,’ and asking them to return later in the day.
They returned 15 minutes later to play Freya Ridings’ “Lost Without You”, which brought the audience to tears. (During which time the audition for Birds of Paradise was shown). Simon said, “I’m going to remember that audition for a long, long time.” David said the audition was “faultless.”
There were tears in the audience when the mother-daughter group came back and sang Freya Riding’s “Lost Without You.”
“Every single lyric you got right and sang just seemed so poignant to your story – it was the most wonderful thing to witness,” Amanda Holden commented after Honey and Sammy’s performance. Honey and Sammy received her sole Golden Buzzer of the season as a result of this compliment.
Honey and Sammy’s career
With an eye toward the future, Honey plans to pursue a career in music. And she hopes to have composed a song that is performed on television as part of an audition. It might also be a return to live gig for Sammy as she’s available for any wedding or bar mitzvah.
Many fans will want to stay up with the latest on Honey and Sammy Harrison as they will be off our screens for the foreseeable future.
Honey and Sammy have a combined Instagram account for their stage act, which we discovered. They can be found with the handle @honeyand.sammy.
The majority of their social media feed is dominated by images of them practicing TikTok dances together, doing each other’s make-up, and singing!
Honey and Sammy’s net worth
Honey and Sammy have not revealed their net worth to the public.