When Loren Allred made her way onto “Britain’s Got Talent,” she was unrecognizable… until she began to sing.
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While chatting with he judges, Loren revealed that anyone who has ever listened to “The Greatest Showman” soundtrack has already heard her voice. Rather than having Rebecca Ferguson sing her character’s hit song “Never Enough,” Loren did!
Absolutely stunned by this reveal, the judges asked what brought her to the BGT stage, especially since she’s the voice of one of the most popular songs to come from the hit musical.
Turns out, despite the fact that Loren is a superstar in her own right, for years she chose to stay more behind-the-scenes when it came to singing. In doing so, this has led to countless people not even realizing she’s the face behind the song they love so much. Even now that she’s trying to make a name for herself, she’s found it to be quite the challenge.
“Even though I have spent a lot of years in the music industry, people don’t know who I am,” Loren said. “Over all these years I’ve been fighting for my chance to be known and to make it … I have never gotten the opportunity to tell my story. That’s never happened for me. I am an unsigned, independent artist still trying to make a name for myself.”
With that goal in mind, Loren decided it was time for the world to see the actual singer of “Never Enough” perform this beautiful song — and she absolutely nailed it! Celebrity judge Amanda Holden was so blown away by her performance that she gave her the coveted Golden Buzzer!
“I’m absolutely shaking,” Holden said. “I can’t believe I’ve had this incredible opportunity to give you your moment to shine because this is it.”
Simon Cowell also had some encouraging words to share.
“Timing in life is everything,” he said, “and maybe this is your moment now. Congratulations!”
Watch Loren’s unforgettable performance below, and don’t forget to share.
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