Britain's Got Talent 2013: Alice Fredenham is The Voice's loss, says Alesha Dixon

Alice Fredenham

Britain's Got Talent 2013 judge Alesha Dixon reckons The Voice coaches will regret saying no to Alice Fredenham.

The soul singer wowed the judges on the first show of this year's BGT with her rendition of My Funny Valentine.

But the impressive try out followed rejection on The Voice UK, with none of the coaches on the BBC One show turning for Alice's cover of The Lady Is A Tramp.

Alice's two auditions caused some controversy, with the shy girl we saw on BGT transforming into a sexy and confident performer on The Voice, but Alesha wasn't worried about the 'fakery' claims.

She said: "Their loss our gain!"

The former Misteeq singer wouldn't reveal whether Alice was one of her favourites however.

She teased: "I can't be too.. I don't want to have any favourites. there' a few that I love but I've got to remain impartial."

But amongst the leaders in the betting right now are shadow dancers Attraction, who appeared on the first audition show of the series.

They're joined at the top by Band Of Voices, who auditioned at the weekend, and Welsh singing duo Richard and Adam.

The Britain's Got Talent 2013 auditions conclude next Sunday night on ITV.

Browse our picture recap of this weekend's show below...

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