Francine Lewis is an English actress, model, television presenter and impressionist, best known for participating in the ITV talent show series Britain’s Got Talent in 2013. She has also been on several other television shows such as Loose Women and The Generation Game.
Lewis also rose to fame on the Channel 4 show Very Important People, in which, alongside Morgana Robinson, she impersonated a host of celebrities. While the show had been commissioned to run again, it was later announced a second series would not be produced.
Lewis entered the seventh series of Britain’s Got Talent. Her audition saw her perform impressions of Stacey Solomon, Amy Childs, Katie Price, Holly Willoughby and Cheryl Cole and she was put through to the next round. When the judges selected who to put through to the live shows, they said that Lewis and fellow contestants Alice Fredenham and Robbie Kennedy were “the three easiest yeses they had ever given“. In the semi-final, Lewis repeated Childs, Cole, Price and also included Dot Cotton, Sharon Watts, Sharon Osbourne, Nadine Coyle, Audrey Roberts and Deirdre Barlow. She won her semi-final, receiving 23.1% of the public vote to earn a place in the final.
Lewis participated in the final where she performed impressions of Alan Carr, Geri Halliwell, Solomon, Audrey Roberts, Barlow and Janet Street-Porter and concluded her performance by singing a parody of “Barbie Girl” called “Glamour Girl”, in character as Price. She failed to win, however and finished in tenth place overall.
Lewis has been in numerous theatre performances, notably Aladdin, Bugsy Malone and Snow White. She is currently starring in the theatre production of Cinderella.
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When at corporate events, Francine is known to talk about the following topics:
- Britains Got Talent
- Variety Shows
- Musical Theatre