Mixed fortunes for Sots singers bidding to make semi-finals of ITV's The Voice

There were mixed fortunes for two Scottish singers on The Voice as one progressed to the semi-finals and the other missed out.

Sunday, 28th February 2021, 12:03 pm
Updated Sunday, 28th February 2021, 12:42 pm

Craig Eddie, of New Carron, stormed into the next round after his rendition of This City wowed judges on the hit ITV show last night.

The 22-year-old took on James Robb in The Battles as the duo dovetailed superbly.

Expressing his gratitude to his team leader in a Facebook post, he wrote: “Thank you so much, Anne-Marie.

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“Words can’t express how much I appreciate all the support. On to the semi-finals.”

However, fellow Falkirk district singer-songwriter Cameron Ledwidge bowed out of the competition following his performance of Beautiful People alongside Leona Jørgensen.

The Denny 18-year-old tweeted: “This is just the beginning.

Craig Eddie and James Robb perform on The Voice. Picture: Rachel Joseph/ITV Studios.

“The Voice has brought me amazing new friends and has opened my eyes to a world that feels right for me.

“Time to work hard and make a difference on the journey from the small town to the global stages.”

Cameron Ledwidge, of Denny, missed out on the chance to perform in the semi-finals of The Voice. Picture: Rachel Joseph/ITV Studios