Stevenage’s Gabz Gardiner’s dream to win Britain’s Got Talent final over as Attraction take title

PUBLISHED: 21:52 08 June 2013 | UPDATED: 09:45 10 June 2013

Gabz Gardiner performed in the Britain's Got Talent final tonight. Credit: ITV

Gabz Gardiner performed in the Britain's Got Talent final tonight. Credit: ITV

Ken McKay

STEVENAGE singer-songwriter Gabz Gardiner’s dream to win Britain’s Got Talent has not come true.

The 14-year-old went up against 10 other acts in the final of the ITV talent contest tonight (Saturday) but didn’t make the top three in the public vote as ‘shadow group’ Attraction emerged victorious.

The Nobel School pupil performed a new song which she composed herself, before merging into The One – her own composition which shot her into the limelight after her audition.

Following Gabz’ performance, in which she sported a onesie, judge Simon Cowell said she had “not one but two hit records” on her hands.


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