Britain’s Got Talent finalist Gabz releases Lie There video

16:40 21 October 2013

Director Greg Francis watches Gabz in action during filming for Lie There

Director Greg Francis watches Gabz in action during filming for Lie There

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A teenage singer-songwriter from Stevenage has today (Monday) released the video for her second single.

Gabz Gardiner’s video for Lie There can now be viewed, ahead of the single’s release on November 3.

Writing on social networking site Twitter, the 14-year-old said: “It’s here guys! Check out the new video for #LieThere!”

The self-composed track will be performed live at Celebrate!!! on Saturday, an annual concert being held at the Gordon Craig Theatre in Stevenage.

The Nobel School student will also be singing Lighters (The One), which reached number six in the Official UK Singles Chart after Gabz’ success on Britain’s Got Talent in the summer.

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