She may be storming through the live shows of ITV Show, The Voice, but for former Sir Thomas Boteler pupil, Nadine McGhee her ability to stun a crowd stretches far back as the [WAM] archives show.
Back in 2013, Friars Court held a open mic for acoustic artists, with tracks recorded by [WAM] as part of the ‘Come Together’ series, and it was in June that Nadine blew the crowd away, despite her young age. To many there, she was the highlight of the night, and the crowd asked for more at the end of her set.
Fast-forward to 2017, the 19-year-old call centre worker, competed in the battle rounds against the daughter of model-turned-actress Linda Lusardi and actor Sam Kane last weekend, and joins Warrington resident, Mo Adeniran, in the next round.
Before choosing Nadine as one of his final seven singers, Tom Jones said: “Nadine has just got this very honest, beautiful tone and a lot of passion in the way you sing..”
Nadine, from Runcorn, said: “To be honest I didn’t think it was going to happen. I’m a bit overwhelmed.
“I was really nervous.”