Sunday, June 8, 2008

An Angel Born To be A Star.....




Young and talented...Connie Talbot

Born on 20 November 2000, Connie joined Britain's Got Talent television reality show at the age of 6 and manage to reach the final stage of the talent show where she lost to Paul Potts. Right after the show, her video where she sang Over the rainbow has been viewed 37milion times on YouTube. Shortly afterwards, she signed with Rainbow Recording Company, and began production of her album, Over the Rainbow, which was released on 26 November 2007 in UK.

Watch how this little angel touches people's heart with her sweet voice...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDeugjdw0z0


You can visit her site to watch more videos and listen to her album

http://connietalbot.com/

MUST SEE!!! - She's so sweet......

3 comments:

sunnyside up said...

She's brilliant isn't she !

But , if you think of it, will she ever have a normal childhood after this ? I think not. Not if the parents could not control her exposure to the public. Poor girl ! -

Tsar said...

what a talent!

but agree with sunnyside up!

poor girl!

joethel said...

Yes...That's the dark side of being a singer and instantly famous at young age...she's too young to understand her safety in public and she's expose to kidnappers..her parents even had to change their phone number and hire a bodyguard for this little girl...I felt sorry for that too...

But she love singing...and her voice is too sweet for kids at her age..what a pity if we didn't even know she's exist...

Let's look at the brighter side... She found her interest at young age and people know her talent..this will make it easy for Connie and her parents to manage her future...like getting scholarship and sending her to a good music school...

There's a lot of Hollywood celebrities started their career at young age..like the Olsen twins. They're just a baby when they started starring Full House drama...and they're doing fine.. In fact, they enjoy their fame...
Why can't Connie? With the guide of her parents, she'll be fine...

Anyway let's hope for the best...