Bromley musician, 15, eyes glory in teen talent comp

PUBLISHED: 12:02 27 March 2014 | UPDATED: 12:02 27 March 2014

Abi Hudson, from Bromley, Kent, has been picked to enter a TeenStar comp.

Abi Hudson, from Bromley, Kent, has been picked to enter a TeenStar comp.


A 15-year-old schoolgirl has been given the thumbs up to go through to regional finals of a teen talent competition.

Abi Hudson, a Bromley High School pupil, is yet to decide what she will sing in the finals in April.

However, she is currently working on a cover version of Kate Bush’s This Woman’s Work away from the competition.

Mother Kate Hudson, of Shortlands Road, Bromley, said: “I am absolutely delighted she has got through.

“She has worked very hard with her music - she plays and sings for a couple of hours everyday. She is very conscientious.”

Incredibly, Mrs Hudson revealed her daughter only started learning the guitar a year ago.

Chris Grayston, of TeenStar, said judges are looking for an act with “something unique to offer”.

Last year’s TeenStar winner was X Factor finalist Luke Friend.

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