TV 'Talent' teens out

REAformed – from left, Renetta Eagle, Ebony Cantwell and Alexis Economou

REAformed – from left, Renetta Eagle, Ebony Cantwell and Alexis Economou

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Two Oxfordshire teenagers who performed in the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent this week have not made it to Saturday’s final.

Renetta Eagle, 19, from Headington, and 16-year-old Ebony Cantwell from Grove performed as two thirds of girl group REAformed on Wednesday night.

The public cast their votes for their favourite acts on the night, but failed to recognise the girls’ musical talents.

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11:37am Sat 31 May 14

Dilligaf2010 says...

The public cast their votes for their favourite acts on the night, but failed to recognise the girls’ musical talents...........
...........there's a fairly good chance they'll have successful careers then, the public also choose who represents the country in the Eurovision Song Contest, and always pick a disaster waiting to happen.
Personally, I don't watch either as I find knitting with fog, to be much more worthwhile
The public cast their votes for their favourite acts on the night, but failed to recognise the girls’ musical talents........... ...........there's a fairly good chance they'll have successful careers then, the public also choose who represents the country in the Eurovision Song Contest, and always pick a disaster waiting to happen. Personally, I don't watch either as I find knitting with fog, to be much more worthwhile Dilligaf2010
  • Score: 1

2:09am Sun 1 Jun 14

Dilligaf2010 says...

So, I got a little curious, and paid a visit to YouTube...........
..........Had these girls been performing during my years in the entertainment industry, I wouldn't have hesitated in booking them........
.....even though they didn't get the public votes in the Semi Final, they certainly have a future, and I hope Alesha Dixon, who definitely saw their talent, can help them on their way to stardom.
So, I got a little curious, and paid a visit to YouTube........... ..........Had these girls been performing during my years in the entertainment industry, I wouldn't have hesitated in booking them........ .....even though they didn't get the public votes in the Semi Final, they certainly have a future, and I hope Alesha Dixon, who definitely saw their talent, can help them on their way to stardom. Dilligaf2010
  • Score: -5

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