Isaac Waddington was a singer who took part in Series 9 of Britain's Got Talent. He had previously won the BBC Radio 2 Chorister of the Year competition, in 2012 which lead to an appearance on BBC's Songs of Praise. After stating that he was 15, he responded to remarks from the audience by commenting 'It's not that cute'.
In the audition, he sung 'Always A Woman' by Billy Joel, whilst also playing the piano. Alesha Dixon commented 'I got completely lost in that song', whilst Simon simply said 'I think you're really good. He progressed to the next round.
In the semi-final, he performed 'I Can't Make You Love Me' by Bonnie Raitt. A close-up of his face was projected on the screen behind. Simon Cowell described his semi-final performance as 'a big step up', whilst David Walliams remarked 'You drew everyone in'.
In the Final, Isaac again performed 'Always A Woman'. He finished 5th out of 12 contestants.
Since his appearance on Britain's Got Talent, Isaac has been active on YouTube performing covers of songs. He released his first single, 'Nothing's Changed', in February 2018.
In April 2019, Waddington pledged to release five songs in five weeks, beginning with the single 'Make It Better'. However, the fifth song in the series was never released.
In September 2020, he released a new EP, entitled “Dirty Mile”, named after the titular track.