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Trio of singers through to regional contest
Updated 5:17pm Thursday 21st February 2013 in News
A TRIO of talented singers have made it through to the regional finals of a talent contest.
Harlee Sudworth, aged 12, Beth Lambert, aged 16 and Kerry Feeney, aged 16, are all through to the regional event at Liverpool next month in the TeenStar event.
Great Sankey High School student Harlee is a keen singer. She took part in S Factor at her school and is due to entertain the crowd at a Warrington Wolves match later this season.
She will also appear at a charity cancer ball for Mel O’Neill, the Penketh woman battling breast cancer, on March 9.
A fan of old school music, she sang Son of a Preacher Man at the auditions.
Kerry, who attends Priestley College, got through to the final of last year’s Warrington’s Got Talent.
She sang a song from Les Miserables and has been singing she was aged two or three.
Bridgewater High School pupil Beth is a member of Stagepro in Appleton and lives in Sandymoor.
She dreams of singing in the West End and also enjoys plenty of sports, being especially talents in gymnastics.
The regional finals will be Liverpool at the end of March with a place at the national final at London’s O2 arena up for grabs for the eventual winners.
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