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« on: September 26, 2008, 05:54:46 pm »

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Verdict: So sweet she can rot teeth. Piers Morgan said of the young Britain's Got Talent finalist: "Pound for pound and inch for inch the best six year-old singer in the world".......





I just adore this child.... Grin
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« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2008, 06:23:07 pm »

Pint-sized Connie Talbot races Spice Girls to top of charts

Pint-sized singing sensation Connie Talbot is taking on music giants Take That, Spice Girls and Leona Lewis in a race to the top of the Christmas charts.

The gap-toothed youngster, who just turned seven, looked relaxed on the eve of the big release of her album 'Over The Rainbow' which hit shops today.


On song: Connie Talbot has released her first album at the age of seven

The 3ft 9ins performer stole the hearts of the nation earlier this year when she performed on ITV1 show Britain's Got Talent, winning over hardened judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.

They put the youngster through to the finals, in which Connie battled for a 100,000 recording contract and a spot on the Royal Variety Show.

Viewers fell in love with her performance after she sang Somewhere Over The Rainbow, made famous by Judy Garland in The Wizard Of Oz.


Sensation: Connie shot to fame after appearing on ITV'S Britain's Got Talent

Connie had been practising her singing since the age of three when she used to perform for her grandma.

But she was beaten in the final by opera singer Paul Potts, who will sing for the Queen next month and already has an album out.

Connie was signed up by Simon Cowell but was later dropped by the music mogul after a record company decided she was too young to be a recording artist, but last month Connie was signed up by a rival company.

Rivals: Connie will take on the Spice Girls in a race to the number one spot

Proud mother Sharon Talbot, 38, of Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham said: "All the family is really excited, but Connie is quite blase about it.

"She doesn't seem that excited. It's probably because we've been playing the album quite a lot at home and she's got used to it."

Her album 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' goes on sale today.
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