South Shields singer appears on BBC show performing show-stopping duet with music star Alexandra Burke

A South Shields singer wowed celebrities including Jimmy Carr and Amanda Holden on a BBC TV show after performing an amazing duet with former X-Factor star Alexandra Burke.

Brooke Barber, 38, wowed celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden on the BBC series I Can See Your Voice, which is hosted by Paddy McGuinness.

Brooke became the last singer standing and performed the Saving All My Love for You with Alexandra Burke, resulting in a magical musical moment.

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The episode, which aired on Saturday October 22, saw a mystery singer line-up which included a removal man, a speech therapist and an estate agent, who are each investigated as the players try to tell the difference between good and bad singers.

Brooke Barber performing

With £10,000 on the line, the players are left with two good singers, one of which was local singer Brooke, who reached the interrogation round and after a series of questions, continued into the final duet with a show stopping performance, winning the prize.

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Speech therapist Brooke balances her day job with performing once sang at the passing of the Olympic torch in front of 12,000 people.

The clip of Brooke performing with former X-Factor winner and music star Alexandra Burke has already amassed over 5,000 views on Youtube, with Brooke receiving high praise for her show stopping performance.

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Brooke Barber, from South Shields, performing with Alexandra Burke

I can See Your Voice is a series based on the South Korean programme of the same name and first aired on UK screens in April 2021.

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The show is now in its second series and includes performers taking part in a visual round, lip syncing round, evidence round and finally the

Interrogation round, where the final two contestants battle it out for the cash prize.

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Alexandra Burke shot to fame after winning the 2008 series of the X-Factor and has since gone out to become one of the UK’s top music stars, with hits such as Hallelujah, All Night Long and Broken Heels.

I Can See Your Voice airs each Saturday on BBC One while previous episodes are available to catch up on BBC iPlayer here.