Britain's got Talent semi-finalist act left down to the wire as star admits major thing that's hanging in the balance

BRITAIN'S Got Talent semi-finalist Loren Allred had no idea what she was wearing just 24 hours before singing in front of millions in the semi-final.

Speaking to The Sun ahead of tonight's performance, laidback Loren said she was yet to make the final decision between two dresses with less than a day to go.

The 32-year-old is set to impress viewers tonight as she breaks free from her Greatest Showman past by revealing a "completely different side" to her when she performs at Hammersmith Apollo.

"The stylists on the show are so talented," Loren told The Sun.

"The hair and makeup people do such a great job. I had so much fun doing dress-up backstage, but I want it to focus on the songs

"We haven't even picked my final outfit. I'm not even sure what I'm wearing yet, it's between two dresses.


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"It's definitely complementing the staging visual. There's a woman who works on the show who is so talented and I really liked what she has done with the staging."

Golden buzzer act Loren says she feels like she's already won the show after a hugely successful first audition.

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She says Simon Cowell's show "turned the page" on her being the voice behind the global hit movie's Never Enough anthem.

But in an ironic twist, she could end up mimicking Hugh Jackman's film if she was crowned champion of the talent show.

In The Greatest Showman, Jenny Lind – whose character Loren was the voice of – sings for Queen Victoria.

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Loren said: "If I had the chance to sing at the Royal Variety for Queen Elizabeth II that would be such an honour and a full circle moment for me."

Teasing what to expect from tonight's show, Loren added: "People associate me with big belting songs so I want to give the audience what they're waiting for, but also stay true to what the song means to me."

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