August 29, 2018

10-year old girl blows crowd away with her version of Whitney Houston hit

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A viral video of a 10-year-old girl singing a Whitney Houston classic during a family entertainment venue in Ingoldmells is winning hearts all over the world.

According to Lincolnshire Live, the young girl has only been identified as ‘Connie from Sheffield.’ She was recorded singing her soulful rendition of “I Will Always Love You” by Houston during the talent show at The Beachcomber.

So far, the footage of her powerful voice and remarkable musical genius has reached almost one million people, according to the online source.

Robert Blyde, the manager of The Beachcomber, told the source, “She sang Whitney Houston. It was a woman’s voice inside a child. It was phenomenal. I was blown away.”



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However, Blyde informed that the girl may not return to the venue to perform in the final because she was now approached by "The Voice Kids" television show.

Beachcomber’s Got Talent is one of the popular local programs that run throughout the summer until the end of September. Winners of the talent competition can win some big prizes including holiday trips to Tenerife or Benidorm, a meal to the Beachcomber, and other cash prizes.


The charge for entry into the competition goes toward the charity, according to the news outlet.

Time and again, young people have surprised us with their remarkable talent and ability that defies their age. Where some talent amazes us at local levels, others manage to do it in the biggest of stages.


Just as Connie’s mesmerizing voice, a 13-year-old girl from Hesleden, County Durhan in the U.K. also stunned audiences with her amazing voice during an episode of "America’s Got Talent."

Having already got a taste of stardom and competition in reality series "The Voice Kids UK," Courtney Hadwin was confident about her own ability to woo the audience.

Singing an impressive rendition of Otis Redding’s “Hard to Handle,” she got the audiences up on their feet.