Britain's Got Talent hopeful Alice Fredenham
was slammed by viewers after she appeared to have faked her nerves on
the show, putting on a confident performance on rival show The Voice.
The singer, who wowed the Britain’s Got Talent panel last weekend, was shown on this week’s episode of The Voice, attempting to win a place in the Battle Rounds.
Singing ‘The Lady is a Tramp’, Alice failed to get any of the four coaches to turn around.
Speaking to the judges, Alice says: “My confidence has grown loads in the last few years. I think that comes with age.”
A far cry from the nervous Alice we all saw last week – something that was noticed by the audience at home.
This being said, she did say in her BGT audition that she suffered from nerves after receiving a knock back – perhaps this knock back came from The Voice.
One viewer tweeted: “Alice Fredenham was on BGT last week a nervous wreck now she's on the Voice loving life.... Something is wrong here”
Another wrote: “Hold up..that Alice girl was a nervous wreck on Britain's Got Talent but is extremely confident on The Voice..”
While one raged: “Not only does she have two different personalities, but this Alice chick has already got through to bgt but is now on the voice! #fraud”
Jessie J then explained why she didn’t press her button for Alice saying: “I didn’t turn around because there’s a huge difference in singing for singing, and singing to make people listen.
“I felt you were just kind of singing. It just felt like I was in a jazz bar or a restaurant, and someone was playing and you were singing.”
will.i.am agreed stating: “The reason I didn’t turn around is because while you were doing jazz, it didn’t feel like you understood your instrument.”
An insider at The Voice last night labeled Alice’s behaviour as suspicious.
They said: “How come she turned up to The Voice in all her 1940s gear and facepaint yet didn’t bother with a scrap of make-up on BGT?
“It’s a bit suspicious – Alice is laying it on a bit thick with all those tears.”
[Related article: Nervous Alice Fredenham vows the BGT judges]