The Loveable Rogues confident of BGT success
'Britain's Got Talent' hopefuls The Loveable Rogues admits they "aren't the best" band in the world but are still confident of success
'Britain's Got Talent' hopefuls The Loveable Rogues think "attitude and interaction" are what is needed to win the show.
The trio - consisting of Eddie Brett, Sonny Jay and Té Eugene - will be seen auditioning for the ITV1 programme tomorrow night (21.04.12) and are confident they will win viewers over even though they admit they are not the best act.
Sonny said: "We wouldn't say we are the best at what we do, like I can't play the ukulele great but its more attitude and crowd interaction I think. That what's most important."
Brett also says the group are confident of doing well because they are different to many other groups out there.
He told 'This Morning': "It's like urban pop. What it is that I think makes us unique is that we are very different as individuals and we all come from a different style of musical backgrounds.
"We've known each other for three years and we've been gigging as the band for about a year and a half.
"We went to a performing arts college and we all knew what we wanted to do with our careers. I was writing a song called 'Lovesick' and I asked Sonny and Tate. Then we started to gig and they came along to help me out with that one song."
The Loveable Rogues can be seen auditioning in front of the judges - Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams - tomorrow night at 8.30pm on ITV1.