Falkirk’s Craig Eddie clinches 'life changing' place in final of ITV's The Voice

Falkirk singer Craig Eddie is through to the final of ITV’s The Voice.
Craig Eddie (Picture Michael Gillen)Craig Eddie (Picture Michael Gillen)
Craig Eddie (Picture Michael Gillen)

The 23-year old won the public vote after Saturday’s semi-final, and will now appear on this weekend’s showcase.

The former St Mungo's High School pupil was the pick of team coach, singer Anne Marie but also had to win the public vote before securing his place as one of the four finalists.

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The singer from New Carron, was bowled over by the news which came at the weekend.

He tweeted: “Thank you so much to everyone who voted me into the final, I’m still in disbelief at the news - you’re all amazing.”He also paid tribute to his star coach for putting him through to the public vote, adding: “You changed my life in the best way possible. Let’s do this”

Craig has dazzled audiences with his performances on the show.

On Saturday his rendition of Lovely by Billie Eilish was a stand out.

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