The Britain’s Got Talent final is just hours away and STILL we don’t know the identity of this year’s wildcard. Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon met after the last live semi final of the series last week and argued over who they wanted to give a lifeline to.
The Voice coach Danny O’Donoghue says Alice Fredenham only got onto Britain’s Got Talent because her competition was “dancing dogs!”
Fans of Britain’s Got Talent will know that singer Alice Fredenham, who unfortunately left the contest at the semi-finals stage – but of course may return if she’s picked as the Wild Card – previously tried out for rival show The Voice… However, none of the coaches ‘turned’ for her, so she was rejected from the BBC talent quest, but in a swipe at Simon Cowell’s BGT, The Voice coach Danny O’Donoghue claimed that while Alice wasn’t “good enough” for his show, she was accept
Britain’s Got Talent 2013: David Walliams & Simon Cowell disagree over choice but is wildcard Joseph Hall, Steve Hewlett, Alice Fredenham or Jack & Cormac?
David Walliams has revealed that he and Simon Cowell disagreed over this year’s wildcard act for the Britain’s Got Talent final. Last night the judges sat down and picked one previously unlucky act that was eliminated from the ITV show during last week’s semi finals and on Saturday night the performer (s) will return to the series for one last shot at winning the £250,000.
Tom Jones has revealed that he will return to The Voice for a third series, if The Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue signs up. The legendary Welsh singer was speaking after it was revealed that the BBC have commissioned a third run for 2014 and in an interview for Alan Carr’s Chatty Man Tom revealed that he’s happy to stay on the panel “as long as Danny did.”
Britain’s Got Talent 2013: David Walliams hits back at Bruce Forsyth saying 28 year old Alice Fredenham was the only act to ‘fall to pieces’
David Walliams has hit back at claims that children should not be allowed to perform on Britain’s Got Talent. The hilarious comedian was a massive fan of teenage performers Gabz Gardiner and Jack Carroll on Tuesday night’s semi final and obviously takes offence when stars such as Bruce Forsyth lash out at show bosses for allowing the young stars to showcase their skills on national TV.
Fans of Britain’s Got Talent saw beautiful singer Alice Fredenham weeping after she made errors during her rendition of Cry Me a River during her semi-finals performance this week… After her slip-ups, the judges all tried to reassure a visibly upset Alice that the moments when she forgot the words were inconsequential and continued to heap praise on her for her “majestic” and “authentic” performance. David said, “Alice, you are every inch the star. You look incredible up there. I l
Britain’s Got Talent 2013: Amanda Holden praises Richard & Adam Johnson & Gabz Gardiner – Alesha Dixon wants Alice Fredenham as wildcard
Amanda Holden refused to choose between two of her favourite Britain’s Got Talent acts last night. A caller asked the mum of two if she thought 14 year old singer songwriter Gabz Gardiner or singing brother Richard and Adam would sell the most records and Holden insisted that both acts will do well.
Alice Fredenham gave her second Britain’s Got Talent performance this evening, as she made her best attempt to win one of two places in next week’s grand finale. The 28 year old singer won the judges over with her version of ‘My Funny Valentine’ at her audition and it was later revealed that just weeks before she tried out for the ITV show, she had been rejected from it’s BBC rival The Voice.
Alice Fredenham has insisted that she wasn’t faking her nerves or her lack of self confidence on Britain’s Got Talent recently. The beauty therapist was blasted by critics, who watched her glam up and perform a sexy, sultry number on The Voice, yet she was dressed down in jeans and trainers and shaking with nerves when she tried out for it’s ITV rival.
Britain’s Got Talent 2013: Jack Carroll to beat Alice Fredenham, Jack & Cormac, Gabz Gardiner, Modupe Obafola, MckNasty & Martin & Marielle?
The second Britain’s Got Talent semi final is set to air tonight on ITV1 and on the live show, another nine acts will take to the stage, all desperate to make it through to next week’s grand finale. On last night’s instalment singing brothers Richard and Adam won the public vote, moving them one step closer to the £250,000 prize money, while the judges were left to choose between Arisxandra Libantino and dance troupe Youth Creation.