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Britain’s Got Talent winner performs at Chigwell respite holiday centre

PUBLISHED: 11:41 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:44 03 July 2018

Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley - Lost Voice Guy - performing at Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise Photo: Revitalise

Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley - Lost Voice Guy - performing at Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise Photo: Revitalise

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Lee performed his comedy routine to a packed audience of guests, staff, volunteers and members of the community at Revitalise Jubilee Lodge at Grange Farm, in High Road.

Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley with members of Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise. Photo: RevitaliseBritain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley with members of Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise. Photo: Revitalise

Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley, also known as Lost Voice Guy, performed for guests at a respite holiday centre in Chigwell.

Lee performed his comedy routine to a packed audience of guests, staff, volunteers and members of the community at Revitalise Jubilee Lodge at Grange Farm, in High Road.

Lee’s performance at Jubilee Lodge was the last of three performances scheduled across each of Revitalise’s accessible respite holiday centres.

Lee’s first appearance took place at Revitalise Sandpipers on Wednesday June 13, the second performance at Netley Waterside House on Tuesday, June 19 and the final performance in Chigwell was on Wednesday, June 20.

Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley with members of Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise. Photo: RevitaliseBritain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley with members of Revitalise Jubilee Lodge in Chigwell. Photo: Revitalise. Photo: Revitalise

Speaking about winning the competition and performing at Revitalise Lee said: “It felt amazing. It’s still a bit surreal to be honest. It definitely hasn’t sunk in yet. But I am having fun and enjoying the ride.

“It’s really nice to be here after they supported me so much on Britain’s Got Talent. It’s also nice to be able to see the centre and meet everyone. It’s a really great place.”


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