Francine Lewis 'panicking' about Britain's Got Talent final
Impressionist Francine Lewis admits she is "panicking" about the final of 'Britain's Got Talent' this Saturday (08.06.13) as she hasn't yet decided who she will mimic on the night
Francine Lewis is "really panicking" about the final of 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The 37-year-old impressionist - who won over judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon by embodying various stars, including Cheryl Cole - was so convinced she wouldn't make it this far that she didn't plan a routine for of the big finale.
Speaking on ITV's 'This Morning' earlier today (03.06.13), she said: "I did not think I'd get to the final so I feel very unprepared! I do not know what I'm doing and who I'm doing - I'm really, really panicking right now because I did not think I'd get there, I was so over whelmed and shocked and to get the public vote meant everything."
Despite not yet knowing who to mimic, the mum-of-two is keen to take a "risk" with her big performance and has hinted at what viewers can expect from her humorous show on Saturday (08.06.13).
She added: "I will bring a couple of new ones to the table that I've never ever done before, but I won't reveal who yet because it could change, but I may even bring in a man.
"It's going to be a big risk but you know what, I really enjoyed my semi final and I intend to do it on the final, I'm going to go out and have fun!"
Francine will be battling out against several other acts for this weekend, with competition from performers including singer Jordan O'Keefe, ex-buskers The Luminites and dance troupe Pre-Skool.