BRITAIN's Got Talent star Jodi Bird looks very different these days – after wowing the audience away performing Let It Go on the show.
The Welsh singer, actress and musician stunned the judges with her version of the Frozen track in the semi-finals in 2014.
She was taking her GCSE exams in Barry during her time on the show, which wasn't plane sailing.
Simon Cowell cut her off in her first audition when she sang Don't Rain On My Parade' by Barbra Streisand.
The head honcho asked her for "something a little less smiley – just a better song" and rather than crumble Jodi blew the judges away.
She was allowed to start again and stunned the judges with an original song, and later said: “In that moment I was devastated.
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"Everything I had done had led to that moment, and I thought it was the end. But when Simon let me sing again I came out fighting.
“It’s been a rollercoaster ever since."
Jodi lost out on a spot in the BGT final when the judges decided to put through Addict Initiative instead – without knowing she had won more of the public vote.
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She embarked on a career in theatre after the show and was named Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod’s International Voice of Musical Theatre for 2019.
The win got her the opportunity to perform at the Musicale Concert Gold Coast Eisteddfod in Australia in October 2019.
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That year she also released an EP entitled Greener on The Other Side, which failed to crack the charts.
The 24-year-old is also able to play the harp and the piano, and has received an Ian Fleming Scholarship.
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