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Wow! Wow! Wow!


A breath of fresh air from this unassuming, unaffected gentlewoman.
 May we all dream.

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  1. Thank you for sharing that. I have been hearing about this performance and the reactions of the judges--especially the rather jaded Simon and Piers, but had not previously clicked anyone's link to it. It is amazing. I have bookmarked it to share with my husband when he emerges from slumber. It will wake him up.

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  2. OK...so now I am having a good morning cry over that...but a cry of joy!!! What a great way to get the day started...thanks so much for sharing. By the by...I am in the states...and I like Your Britians Got Talent show sooooo much better than ours...

    Have a Great Day

    Jodi

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  3. a perfect example of don't judge a box by its cover.

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  4. I saw this on Monday and wept ... it was such an amazing moment ... I hope everyone sees this and learns you really CAN NOT and SHOULD NOT EVER pre-judge a person

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  5. I don't watch those sort of shows but Jo was watching it and I suddenly heard this VOICE and came through to see who it was. She was amazing wasn't she. And so unaffected by her own brilliance.

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  6. She's wonderful isn't she! :)

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  7. Yes, I saw her performance. She is such a sweetheart, seems so down to earth with now frills and dressed like a lady, not like she is trying to impress. She was quite refreshing. She caused me to get chills! Simon almost melted in his seat, he was absolutely speechless for once!! I love it!!

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  8. I've heard so much about her, but seen nothing - So I'm just off over to Michelle's to get caught up! Have a fab weekend, dahlink Saz xoxxx

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  9. Thanks for the links. I'd only heard about Susan.

    It astonishes me how much a great voice can move me. Wonderful singing. I look forward to hearing more of her.

    I hope all is well with you. I'm behind on the blogging - but at least I have a giveaway up and running (though I don't expect it's one that'll rock your boat).

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  10. Yes! Love love love her. I hope she wins!

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  11. Yes yes yes. Amazing. Hope she wins (and hope she finds someone to kiss her too)!!

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  12. Yes! She just blew me away. I think she and Paul Potts should do a concert together.

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  13. I saw this last night. She's wonderful, isn't she? I just couldn't believe how beautiful her voice is.
    Thanks for posting the link. It's something everyone should see and hear.

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  14. Isn't she the best? I loved hearing her. Thanks...

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