Talented singer Chloe Jardine-Price could soon be singing in front of the likes of Simon Cowell and Alesha Dixon after making it through the preliminary rounds of the Britain’s Got Talent ITV show.
The Chadwell woman is now waiting to hear if she will be chosen as one of the 500 contestants from across the UK who will compete in the televised auditions in front of a panel including music entrepreneur Cowell, pop artist Dixon, comic actor David Walliams and TV presenter Amanda Holden.
In the latest successful heat, Chloe sang a song made famous by Welsh songstress Duffy and now faces a nervous wait to see if the show’s producers put her through to the main part of the programme, which is again expected to top the ratings next summer.
She said: “I auditioned in Birmingham and it was a long day of auditions with hundreds of people taking part with a huge variety of talents and a huge variety of age groups.
“It was a great experience and I am very excited to have got through to the third round of Britain’s got Talent. We won’t know whether we have got through until early February.”
Chloe has already won one prestigious award for her singing - she won the talent category when she competed in the finals of the Miss Great Britain pageant in September after previously winning the Miss Rutland title.
She sang the Sting classic ‘Fields of Gold’ in a field at Scalford and the resulting song and video was judged the most talented performance by the 50 women who got through to the finals.