Huntspill singer celebrates winning £25,000 on Sky 1 talent
22 year-old singer from West Huntspill, near Burnham-On-Sea, is
this week celebrating after winning £25,000 on Sky 1's talent
show Don't Stop Me Now.
Kilpin scooped the huge cash prize on Sunday night's episode by
winning the audience's votes on the hit entertainment show.
Sky 1 show gives performers just 100 seconds to impress the studio
audience, who are armed with voting pads.
was absolutely gobsmacked to have won," she told Burnham-On-Sea.com
this week. "I don't win anything - I'm just a normal girl
with a dream to sing professionally."
added that taking part in the competition was incredibly nerve-racking
as she waited to hear whether she would win or be plunged downwards
through a trap door and voted out of the show.
I was stood on the stage next to the other two finalists my heart
was pounding and my tummy was twisting."
was standing there on the trap door getting my feet in place ready
to go down. When I heard the claxon it took me a few seconds to
realise I had won and then burst into tears!"
show's presenters, Amanda Byram and Sally Lindsay, were fantastic.
It was an amazing experience - I'd love to do it all again."
lives in West Huntspill and currently works as a care assistant,
a job she enjoys, but her dream is to become a professional singer.
is giving some of her winnings to her mother, who taught to her
have always wanted to sing ever since I was a little girl. I used
to drive my mum, friends and family mad with my singing all the
time. I was not very good at all, I was out of tune, and had no
sense of timing or rhythm."
was because I was quite deaf but once I had that problem sorted
out, I seemed to get better and better. My
mum then realised that I was quite serious about singing and helped
me as best as she could. She gave me the benefit from her years
as a singer and taught me all that she knew."
there on in she has been my biggest fan and does everything that
she can to help me and to help get my voice heard."
Breeze celebrating her win on the Sky 1 TV show this week