Britain's Got Talent 2013 singing sensation Alice Fredenham has hits back at her critics.
The 28-yearold beauty therapist wowed the BGT judges when auditions kicked off earlier this month, performing a cover of My Funny Valentine.
However, when Alice's failed audition for The Voice 2013 aired at the weekend, we saw a very different Alice.
A supposed BBC insider commented on the much more confident singer seen in their show: "All the time she was on The Voice she was bubbly and confident. She didn’t seem nervous at all. It was a surprise to see her looking so demure [on BGT]. It is almost as if she has had a make-under."
But Alice has hit back, revealing just how much rejection from The Voice knocked her back.
Saying she spent days in bed crying, Alice revealed: "I was disappointed in my self and kind of embarrassed as well."
She went on: "The setup is really difference at Britain's Got Talent; I found the vibe really good, and Ant and Dec are there as you go on."
Speaking to us exclusively, Alice explained just why she had gone from The Voice straight to BGT: "I was feeling pretty down and out about my audition at the voice, and I thought the best way to get over something was to throw yourself into something else and it was this [BGT]."
Alice has also had the support of BGT boss Simon Cowell, who tweeted this week in defence of her: "Alice Fredenham on The Voice. Confident and hopeful. Nobody turned round. Alice on BGT. She simply lost her confidence after that reaction and she did sound better on BGT.
“To call her a fake is unfair. I was there, she was terrified. Now I understand why.”