Britain’s Got Talent dreams end for Harpenden’s Alice Fredenham

PUBLISHED: 09:30 29 May 2013 | UPDATED: 09:30 29 May 2013

Harpenden's Alice Fredenham performing in Britain's Got Talent semi-final on ITV. Photo courtesy of Thames TV/SYCO

Harpenden's Alice Fredenham performing in Britain's Got Talent semi-final on ITV. Photo courtesy of Thames TV/SYCO

Photo courtesy of Thames TV/SYCO

HARPENDEN songstress Alice Fredenham’s dream of singing at the Royal Variety Performance have come to an end after she failed to reach the final stage of Britain’s Got Talent.

On ITV last night (Tuesday) the 28 year old beauty therapist sang Cry Me A River for the show’s second semi-final, and then promptly burst into tears as she was upset at making a mistake during her performance.

All four judges praised her singing, with Simon Cowell saying: “There is a real place in the market for artists like you. You are old school, authentic, beautiful. I think you are a great person.”

Simon added that while he had previously described her voice as being like “liquid gold” during her audition, it was now more like “liquid platinum”.

Teenagers Jack Carroll and Gabz Gardiner secured a place in the final.

More details in tomorrow’s Herts Advertiser.


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