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Virtual Pop Idol 2021

This year’s virtual competition offered fantastic talented vocal performances from across the borough.

The best High School Pop Idol was Maricia Doyle from Aspire Academy singing ‘Somewhere only we know’. Second was Ellie Maden from St Mary’s Catholic Academy singing ‘Dead Mom’ and third was Amy Howard from South Shore Academy singing ‘Back to Black’.

Key Stage 3 Pop Idol winner was Kaitlyn Fraser from South Shore Academy singing ‘True Colours’.

Our Primary School Pop Idol winner was Thomas Hulme from St Nicholas CE School singing ‘When I was your man’. Second position was secured by Annie Goodson from Roseacre Primary Academy singing ‘Never enough’ and third place was won by Scarlett Kane Bamber from St Nicholas CE School singing ‘To Make You Feel My Love’. Having beaten off all school based competitors, all competitors will be given specific awards having reached our Grand Final.

Music Adviser Andrew White commented that ‘The variety of genres chosen by our fabulous Blackpool children were incredible. All participating schools, their teaching staff and competitor’s parents can be proud of every performance.

Adjudicators Hayley Kay and Tracey Daniel were amazed at the high musical standards particularly in the primary section where singing and performance was exceptional’.

Liam Hindle Libby-May Taplin Lois Brooks Maricia Doyle Rebecca Greenall Scarlett Hackett Ronnie Goller Scarlett Howarth Scarlett Kane Bamber Sienna Hoyle Thomas Hulme Nadia Zerek Lacey-May Healy Lacey Mathieson Kaitlyn Fraser Ellie Maden Diya Shoker Caitlin McMurray Annie Goodson Amy Howard Luca O'Connor