Britain's Got Talent 2013 hopeful Alice Fredenham's Voice 2013 audition will air this weekend.
The 28-year-old beauty therapist performed for coaches Jessie J, Will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue in Manchester last year.
We already know that Alice didn't get through, instead going on to apply for Britain's Got Talent 2013.
Alice was seen auditioning for the ITV series on Saturday night, winning a spot in the next round with four yeses from the judges.
Simon Cowell gushed: “This is what I have been waiting for. Your voice is liquid gold. You could sing the phone book.
“I want to remember the day I met Alice Fredenham because I think you’re so special.”
Alice, who performed The Lady Is A Tramp at her audition for The Voice UK, blamed the song choice on not getting through.
“I sang another jazz number, The Lady Is A Tramp, and it perhaps was too up-tempo,” Alice said. “I chose it with The Voice team, but yes, it was my choice and with hindsight, the wrong one because the chairs didn’t turn.”
But Alice isn’t bitter about the rejection.
She told us this week: “It’s all worked out well in the end because I’m here and I’m so happy that I am!”
“They had their own reasons for not turning, I’m just really happy that the judges on Britain’s Got Talent had the reaction they did, each to their own,” she added to us this week.
The Voice UK airs from 8:20PM on BBC One this Saturday night.
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