Alice Fredenham suffers from stage fright, but pushes through on Britain’s Got Talent. When she steps onto the stage, she is really quiet and nervous. This automatically makes the judgement of her, but she quickly proves them wrong!
Alice Fredenham is a 28-year-old beauty therapist. She was so nervous about her audition that she didn’t even tell anyone about it. She tells the judges that she didn’t tell her family or friends because if she doesn’t make it through then she has nothing to lose. Already her lack of confidence makes the judges and audience skeptical of her.
“Stage fright is something I’ve always battled with,” she said. “I think I’m just trying to take it day by day as it comes. For me its like your not good enough, thats where most of the nervousness comes from its that people will say no.”
The audience even stays quiet the whole performance because of how stunned they are while Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon tear up at Fredenham’s voice.
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