A Worthing singer is appearing on Britain’s Got Talent’s semi-final tonight as part of classical quartet Zyrah Rose.
Charlotte Tyler, 28, of Durrington Hill, is part of the girl group putting a classical spin on fantasy music themes, such as video game franchise Assassin’s Creed, and Game Of Thrones.
The band were shown to have impressed judges of the ITV hit show on Saturday night, and since their audition have been rehearsing non-stop to wow audiences.
While they are not allowed to reveal what songs they will be performing, Charlotte did tease their performance as ‘epic’.
She said: “They are big and epic songs. They won’t disappoint. We have loved it because it means we have been rehearsing and we can spend a lot more time together.
“It has been torture knowing if we will be through to the semi-finals, but we have so much support from family and friends. We have only had a couple of rehearsals at the venue, but we have been rehearsing anywhere we can find.
“Everyone on the show is super friendly and all of the other acts are absolutely lovely, and because you went through with them you have that close bond.”
The group had an initial audition with producers from the show, after deciding to apply to get some more exposure.
They were then put through to the judges rounds, where they received four ‘Yes’ votes, and were later brought back to find out if there was a place in the semi-finals for them.
Charlotte added: “They made us wait for such a long time, but it was amazing when we found out we were through.
“The first time the judges will see us again is when we perform which is good because we can show them what we can do. We are going into it feeling really positive and we will give the best performance we can and hopefully it will be enough to get into the final.”
Britain’s Got Talent is on at 7.30pm tonight on ITV, followed by the results show at 9.30pm.
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