Connie Talbot is a British singer. Her full name is Connie Victoria Elizabeth Talbot. She gained worldwide fame as a participant in the British talent competition (Britain’s Got Talent), which had an audience of 12 million viewers. She lost the competition to 37-year-old Paul Potts, who, for winning the Britain’s Got Talent program, received a contract from Sony BMG for one million pounds and was honored to sing in front of the Queen of England, Elizabeth II.
Dozens of videos with her speeches and interviews are posted on the Internet. She has released four music albums. These are Over the Rainbow (2007), Connie Talbot’s Christmas Album (2008), Holiday Magic (2010), Beautiful World (2012). Her songs are recorded on all known magnetic media, including SlotMusic Format. She is fascinated by the film “The Wizard of Oz”. Without taking a single singing lesson, the girl imitated the movie character Judy Garland, who played the role of Dorothy Gale in this film.
The subculture of Connie Talbot fans is common in Britain, continental Europe, Japan and South Korea. Recently, her image has become popular in the United States. A number of record companies (Sony BMG, etc.) refused contracts with the singer because of her young age. After extremely successful performances on television, a professional bodyguard was hired for the singer. For a similar reason, the family changed the landline telephone number. According to the British media, Connie’s singing cured her mother’s depression caused by her grandmother’s death in 2005. On August 22, 2013, Connie took part in the recording of the classic soundtrack for the exclusive game Rain, which is released exclusively for PS3.