The Voice 2013: Meat Loaf singer Lorraine Crosby & Emma Jade Garbutt in tomorrow’s Blind Auditions
52 year old Lorraine Crosby will return to the small screen tomorrow night, when her blind audition is shown on the second episode of The Voice’s 2013 series.
The blonde bombshell will be a familiar sight to many music fans and is best known as the female vocalist on Meat Loaf’s 1993 hit single “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That).”
Lorraine (also known as Mrs Loud) Lorraine also sang on the star’s songs “Life Is A Lemon and I Want My Money Back,” “Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are”, and “Everything Louder Than Everything Else” from the album Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell.
In 2005 she sang a duet with Bonnie Tyler for the track “I’ll Stand by You” and later that year she made the X Factor bootcamp, after impressing Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh at her audition. However, she never made the live shows and now she’s back to give it another shot on reality TV.
Earlier this year Crosby travelled to Salford to perform for Jessie J, Tom Jones, Danny O’Donoghue and Will.i.am and tomorrow night her audition will be shown in full on the BBC One show.
Also due to make an appearance is stunning blonde singer Emma Jade Garbutt from South Yorkshire, England. The 18 year old country singer was almost moved to tears when she tried out for the panel and you’ll have to tune in tomorrow night to see if she was upset by a positive or negative reaction from the coaches.
Listen to the ladies perform below and tell us, do you think they are good enough for the Battle Rounds?
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