The Voice contestant Brooke Scullion is ‘heartbroken’ that her grandmothers can’t go to the semi-final (Image: REX)
The Voice contestant Brooke Scullion is ‘heartbroken’ that her two grandmothers gained’t be capable of see her carry out within the semi-final.
The ITV expertise present is about to hit our screens tonight after it was halted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, and it’ll be a really completely different present in comparison with when it was final on air.
Not solely will Meghan Trainor be becoming a member of will.i.am, Tom Jones and Olly Murs through a video hyperlink from america, however the profitable coach gained’t be capable of hug the brand new champion as soon as outcomes are introduced within the ultimate.
Semi-finalist Brooke, who has flown over from Eire for the present, advised Metro.co.uk that her two grandmothers, who’ve been at each stay audition, gained’t be capable of see her carry out through the semi-final due to Covid-19.
‘I’m allowed to convey three folks to the present, and clearly my grannies, I’m not flying them over in order that they’re not going to get to see me carry out for the primary time ever,’ Brooke advised us.
Brooke’s grannies have been along with her at each efficiency (Image: ITV)
Brooke can’t wait to carry out (Image: ITV/Matt Frost/REX)
‘It breaks my coronary heart however I simply need to maintain them secure and hopefully do properly for them.’
The 21-year-old, who’s on Crew Meghan, defined that regardless of her coach not being there, she doesn’t suppose will probably be a problem for her in any respect.
She continued: ‘I made my connection along with her and we’ve had sufficient time collectively.
‘I may have been put out within the final spherical and that might have been my final time ever seeing her.
‘I’m simply fortunate I get to see her, and and and catch up and speak to her about her child and the whole lot.’
Brooke, who initially wowed the judges along with her Lewis Capaldi cowl, went on so as to add that she stays optimistic about her future regardless of the result of the present.
‘I’ve simply taken the whole lot because it comes,’ she added.
‘If I get by, I get by, if I don’t, I’ve had the very best time ever.
‘I simply can’t wait to carry out.’
We will’t wait both Brooke.
The Voice returns Saturday at 8.45pm on ITV.