Viewers tuning in to this Saturday’s instalement of The Voice will see a familiar face as Britain’s Got Talent’s Alice Fredenham makes her bid to impress the judges.
The 28-year-old, who was seen wowing the judges on last Saturday’s BGT, failed to make a similar impact on the Voice coaches when she auditioned earlier this year.
However audiences will see a very different Alice on the BBC One show.
Having talked about her stage fright on BGT last Saturday, and attempting to overcome her nerves as she took to the stage, her Voice appearance sees her less worried about the challenge of performing to a large crowd.
“My confidence has grown loads in the last few years I think that just comes with age as well,” Alice said on the show.
“I’ve done a few gigs in a few pubs around London and I’ve sung at a few weddings in my time, but singing to the audience today will be the biggest audience I’ve ever sung to.”
She goes on to win faint praise from the judges despite not persuading a single one of them to turn round.
While Danny O’Donoghue calls her a ‘gorgeous looking girl’ he adds that “stylistically for me it was a bit safe,” while Jessie J adds: “It kind of just felt like I was in a jazz bar or a restaurant and someone was playing and you were singing.”
The Voice kicks off at 8.20pm on BBC One, having moved to a later timeslot following the decision to screen Britain’s Got Talent at 7pm.