Britain’s Got Talent finalist Gabz Gardiner to release Lie There

12:45 08 October 2013

Gabz Gardiner on set for the video of second single Lie There

Gabz Gardiner on set for the video of second single Lie There

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Britain’s Got Talent finalist Gabz Gardiner has revealed the name of her second single.

The 14-year-old from Stevenage will release Lie There, which she performed in the final of the ITV talent contest in June.

The date for the Sony Music release is yet to be confirmed but the video for the song, written and composed by Gabz, was shot in Kent on Friday.

The Nobel School student, who is turning on the Christmas lights in Stevenage and Hitchin next month, tweeted: “Excited to announce single two is... #LieThere! I sang part of it in #BGT final! Hope you like it, more info soon!”

Lie There will be the second track by the singer-songwriter to be entered into the Official UK Singles Chart after her debut Lighters (The One) peaked at number six.

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