Alice Fredenham has said she was left "disheartened" by her rejection from The Voice UK.
The latest episode of the BBC One talent contest begun with Britain’s Got Talent star Alice’s unsuccessful try-out, which was filmed back in December.
After her performance of Frank Sinatra’s ‘Lady Is A Tramp’, Jessie J said: “I didn’t turn around because there’s a huge difference between singing for singing and singing to make people listen. I felt like you’re just kind of singing.”
“Stylistically for me, I just felt it was a little bit safe,” added The Script frontman Danny O’Donoghue.
Speaking after her Britain's Got Talent audition aired last week, Alice admitted that failing to get any of the coaches to turn for her was a tough knock.
She said: "The Voice rejection was quite disheartening."
Alice explained: "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 insisted he wasn't bitter about the rejection.
She laughed: "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.
Watch our chat with Alice below...