Alice Fredenham

Powerstudio client Alice Fredenham competed in the Britain’s Got Talent live semi finals last night, narrowly missing out on an automatic final place to comedian Jack Carroll and singer/songwriter Gabz. So far, the final is heavily weighted with under 18s.

A small mistake was atoned for with a beautiful, sexy and sultry performance of Cry Me A River, leading to Syco supremo Simon Cowell referring to Alice as ‘liquid platinum’, a notch up from his previous description of her voice (liquid gold).

“Cry Me a River” is a popular American torch song, written by Arthur Hamilton and first published in 1953, and made famous in the version by Julie London, 1955. The track was originally written for Ella Fitzgerald but was dropped and has since been covered by Barbara Streisand, Joe Cocker and Michael Bublé to name a few.

All is not lost as there’s still the wild card round for Alice to get a final spot and we wish her the best of luck.