Britains Got Talent fans amazed as contestant, 17, is a mini Lucy Spraggan
Britain's Got Talent fans were in complete shock when 17 year old Honey Scott took to the stage on Saturday night.
The teenager was armed with a guitar and sung an original song – two things that left viewers at home comparing her to one very famous X Factor star.
Honey performed a song of her own and left the audience watching in the theatre stunned by her incredible voice and talent.
The judges were impressed too, as the young star ended up getting four yes votes – one each from Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
Taking to Twitter to discuss the likeness of Honey Scott and one former talent show contestant, fans watching the ITV talent contest at home were quick to take to social media.
Fans at home couldn't help but compare young Honey to X Factor 2012 contestant Lucy Spraggan.
"Honey Scott reminds me a lot of Lucy Spraggan got that similar sound with the guitar," penned one viewer.
Another added: "What in the Lucy Spraggan tribute act is going on??"
"Honey is very Lucy Spraggan, isn't she? It's not a bad thing either. I love this style of singing and original song," tweeted a third.
"She reminds me of Lucy Spraggan," said someone else while another noted that Honey was like a: "Mini Lucy Spraggan."
After the teen had belted out her incredible original song, the programme played one of Lucy's songs, which one fan noted when they tweeted: "Funny that they are even playing Lucy Spraggan at the end #BritainsGotTalent."
Lucy is an English singer-songwriter who auditioned for The X Factor in 2012 with her original track Last Night – which was a hit with viewers at home.
She made it through to the live shows but in November after the fourth live show she decided to withdraw from the competition due to being too ill to compete.
Despite pulling out of the ITV singing contest, she went on to have an incredibly successful career – and is still releasing music in 2022.
Prior to her X Factor stint she released Top Room at the Zoo in 2011, and after her time on the show she released Join the Club in 2013.
Since then she has released We Are in 2015, I Hope You Don't Mind Me Writing in 2017, Today Was a Good Day in 2019, and Choices last year in 2021.
In March this year she took to Twitter to update her 500,000 followers, writing: Writing album #7 in the sun. Been taking a break from my phone since December and my lord, it’s serving my soul. Not sure when I’ll be back, but thank you for being here!"
As well as her more than half a million followers on Twitter, she has almost 200,000 on Instagram.
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