Redbridge band The Loveable Rogues through to Britain’s Got Talent final
Young Redbridge band The Loveable Rogues are through to the Britain’s Got Talent final after a “brilliant” performance last night.
Band members Te Eugene, 18, from Ilford, Sonny Jay, 18, a former West Hatch High School pupil from Chigwell and Eddie Brett, 20, from Chingford wowed the judges on the live semi-final show with their own song, Lovesick.
The performance earned them the most public votes and a place in the final on Saturday.
They group have been together for two years and have performed at various concerts including a memorial for former West Hatch High teacher, Anne Horne, after she died of cancer.
They have also played at The Cauliflower pub in High Road, Ilford.
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Judge Simon Cowell, speaking on the night, said: “I cannot tell you how happy I am you’re in this competition. You’re current.”
Fellow judge, David Walliams, added: “You’ve got it all, you’re funny, sexy and you make your own music. You did a completely original song and you killed it.”
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