A WESTBROOK schoolboy, known as a ‘mini David Attenborough’, will be performing in the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent this evening, Friday.

Aneeshwar Kunchala’s first audition aired on April 16 and the youngster read a powerful poem about the environment called ‘Hope’.

The seven-year-old previously told the Warrington Guardian: “I was always looking to spread awareness about wildlife and thought by this show I might get a chance to perform in front of the Royal family.”

And although the details of tonight’s performance are a secret – Aneeshwar has revealed it will be based around conservation.

Aneeshwar's dad, Anil Kunchala, said: “Aneeshwar thinks it is a great opportunity to demonstrate his passion to the millions of people across the world.

“The main thing for him is about spreading the conservation message – no matter what happens.”

Anil told the Warrington Guardian how Aneeshwar is ‘super excited’ for his performance and has spent the morning singing and is very calm.

Warrington Guardian: Aneeshwar in his first audition (Picture: ITV)Aneeshwar in his first audition (Picture: ITV)

Confident Aneeshwar has even told his parents: “I can do it, don’t worry about me!”

If Aneeshwar makes it to Sunday’s final, this will coincide with World Environment Day which would make the occasion even more special for the youngster.

And if he is in the final, Aneeshwar already has plans for a powerful performance.

Aneeshwar’s live performance will take place this evening between 8pm to 9.30pm before voting opens at 9.30pm.

There will be just a 10 minute window for votes, with the voting line closing at 9.40pm.

To vote for Aneeshwar, visit: www.ITV.com/vote/BGT

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