A young singer could be on the road to stardom after scoring himself a place in the next round of Britain’s Got Talent.

Harrison White, 10, sailed through the first round of auditions earlier this year and will now take to the stage to perform in front of the four famous judges.

The talented youngster, who lives with his five siblings, mum and step dad in Dorchester, initially auditioned with a rendition of Beyonce’s Runnin’.

At the regional auditions, which took place in Bournemouth in August, Harrison impressed the production team as film crews recorded him singing in front of the cameras.

After months of waiting, he has finally been told he is off to London to meet Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.

The St Osmund’s pupil said: “It’s like a dream come true, I am so excited. I am really looking forward to meeting the judges.”

As filming for the new series gets underway, Ant and Dec will also be at the London auditions to meet and greet the hopefuls.

Harrison said he is feeling “very nervous” about the big day and is yet to choose the perfect song.

Before his last audition he said he practised in his bedroom “over and over” until he got it right.

“I’ve always wanted to be a singer when I’m older and have my own records and CDs out.

“I never miss any of the singing programmes, and If I do miss one I always ask mum to record it for me.”

Following his summer audition, the young star has since claimed first prize in a talent competition at Weymouth Bay Holiday Park.

His mum, Samantha White, said: “I don’t know where he gets it from, it’s certainly not from me.

“He has always sung, from as soon as he could talk, it’s just him.

“I don’t know how he does it, he was so calm and focused before his last audition, I would be a nervous wreck.”

“Now are trying to think of a song that is right for his next audition- one that will do him justice.

“London is a long way to go from little old Dorchester, but you have to do these things, even if it is just for the experience, you’ve got to support them.”

The family are keen to hear from any singing teachers who would like to tutor the youngster in the run up to his big performance.