‘Britain’s Got Talent’s Loren Allred Shares Statement after Golden Buzzer

By Melissa Romualdi.

19 minutes ago

Lauren Allred, a contestant on the latest season of “Britain’s Got Talent”, which began on Saturday, stunned audiences with two startling revelations – her voice and a confession about a hit song from “The Greatest Showman”.

Before speaking on the song “Never Enough”, a track from the soundtrack of the 2017 film, Allred was ready to “show his face in the song”, revealing that he is the acclaimed lead singer in the music performed by Jenny Lind, the character of Rebecca Ferguson. .

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Judas Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Williams were hit by this confession, especially Cowell whose favorite film was “The Greatest Showman”.

In addition to singing “One of the Greatest Songs of All Time”, Allred has collaborated with Michael Bubble and Andrea Bosselli and is now the first golden market of the season.

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The 32-year-old singer’s audition performance brought the entire audience, including four judges, to their feet and, before they could hear a word, Holden immediately hit his golden buzzer, knocking Allred off with a celebratory confetti.

While Holden was “absolutely shaken” by the opportunity to give the Pennsylvania-native his “moment of brilliance”, Dixon called the “superstar’s” performance “extraterrestrial.”

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Cowell was speechless but was sure to thank Allred for “one of the most incredible audition moments in my experience.”

After some viewers questioned why Allred was on the show despite his previous success, the actor released a statement.

“Even though I’ve been in the music industry for many years, people still don’t know who I am. All these years I have been fighting for the opportunity to be known and to make it, “he explained in a response shared with Metro.

“The opportunity to sing ‘Never Enough’ evolved from being a choir session singer, and although the song was a huge success, people still think that the actress sang it. I never got a chance to tell my story. It never happened to me.”

Allred added, “I’m an unsigned, independent artist still trying to make a name for myself.”

See how Holden feels about being crowned the first gold market of the season, and compare Allred to Maria Kerry in the video below.

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