Shy Singer Takes Centre Stage To Perform Classic Song, Judges Leave Her Crying At The End


Talent is talent, whether one is shy or social. Natural talent chooses us, but it’s up to us whether we show it off to the world or keep it to ourselves. A young woman by the name of Alice Fredenham was blessed with an angelic singing voice anyone would deem flawless. However, Alice was a shy girl with stage fright, let alone a fear to appear on a stage in front of thousands, and worst of all, being televised on national TV.

However, when the singer’s “Britain’s Got Talent” audition inched closer, she, while afraid she would mess up, went along with it. Standing out from other contestants, Alice opted to perform a popular 1937 classic known as “My Funny Valentine” from the musical “Babe in my Arms.”

Everyone in the room was shocked that the shy woman broke out an utterly mesmerizing set of vocals. As the judges gave their feedback, Alice was in tears, and you bet she moved on to the next round!

While the singer’s nervousness was adorable on stage, we know how difficult it can be to pursue something that not only makes you nervous but has you anxious, borderline panicked. This woman is living proof that our anxieties and uncertainties, while at times useful, hold us back in many aspects of our lives. The only way to beat it is to push through it, although easier said than done.