Farmer Hannah Kilminster who auditioned for the X Factor has been found to have sang professionally already including with group Il Divo
As aspiring singer Hannah Kilminster took to the stage at the weekend, the farmer claimed that she hadn’t been to many auditions before.
‘Being stuck on a farm, you don’t get many opportunities to sing – apart from to the animals.’
If she didn’t sing Old McDonald had a Farm, then we’re sorely disappointed.
But as Hannah blew the judges and audience away with her rendition of Queen’s Somebody to Love, it seems like she’s actually had a bit more professional experience than she let on.
The 30-year-old is actually a trained soprano, who’s performed in several musicals on stage, and even worked for the big man Simon Cowell before already.
On her online CV on StarNow – which has since been removed – Hannah’s list of achievements is pretty impressive. She’s performed as a backing singer on Britain’s Got Talent and the Classical Brit Awards, as well as performing as a lead soprano with SiCo’s classic music group, Il Divo, at the Royal Albert Hall.
Not too shabby eh?
Some viewers aren’t all that happy that Hannah played down her musical past while on the show, and now, it’s been revealed that the quiet, shy, farm-girl personality we saw on TV, may not be 100% accurate either.
Photos have been found on her Facebook of the blonde bombshell in a black Spearmint Rhino leotard. Not exactly attire we’d wear for mucking out the stables.
In the pic, Hannah’s captioned it: ‘My first cage-fighting experience with our fighter boy Tony and Alex Reid.’
Yep. That’s right. Alex Reid as in Katie Price’s ex, Alex Reid.
According to The Sun, Hannah was a promo girl for charity boxing back in March 2014.
Our mind’s are fizzing a bit at all these different personas of Hannah – elegant professional soprano singer, down-to-earth friendly farm girl, and pretty promo girl who can strike a pose.
In the words of Nikki Grahame: ‘who IS she!’ We just want to know the real you Hannah!
See what we learnt from the X Factor press launch…