Britain’s Got Talent 2013: Alice Fredenham admits “Simon Cowell is torturous”

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Alice Fredenham was a bundle of nerves as she waited to hear her fate at the big Britain’s Got Talent reveal recently.

On tonight’s show the judges will reveal which 45 acts made it through to the live rounds, which kick off later this week and the sultry singer couldn’t have been more worried as she hung out in the plush London hotel for them to announce their choices.

Alice previously impressed the judges with her retro performance on an earlier show, despite previously being rejected by the coaches on The Voice and speaking before Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams decided her fate, she admitted:

“It’s mad to think that Simon Cowell and Alesha and Amanda and David literally have my fate in their hands. They have that power to change someone’s life.”

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Fredenham seemed particularly worried about what Simon would have to say to her and added:

“Simon is torturous. I need to just start believing in myself, I think that’s a good place to start.”

Taking to twitter this week she revealed that even though she knows whether or not she’s made the live shows now, she’s still feeling anxious and Alice posted:

“Feeling anxious about the week ahead!”

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Last night the brunette beauty added:

“Not long till we find out who’s through to the semis on BGT!! #tomorrownight!!”

Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight and check back with us when the show ends, to see the final list of the 45 acts set for the live shows.

Do you think Alice should be on it? Leave your comments below….

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2 Responses to “Britain’s Got Talent 2013: Alice Fredenham admits “Simon Cowell is torturous””

  1. Tahaweh Minwah says:

    For sure, Alice should be in the final. I love her

  2. Tina James says:

    Can they please ,please ban ALL singers over the age of 16 from this show. That’s what the X Factor and the Voice is for.

    I love BGT for the variety but am fed up with having singers rammed down our throat’s. I want to see more of the variety acts but every auditions programme is filled mostly with singers.
    We only got to see seconds of that really good ventriloquist but they spent about 5 mins on that backing group.
    How many singers are there in the semi’s ? Loads of them .Put them on X Factor instead so they can bore everyone to death on there.