Watch: Alexandra Burke Performs For ‘Children In Need’

Published: Saturday 10th Nov 2012 by Sam

Pop powerhouse Alexandra Burke lived up to that billing in a must-see showing for Children In Need.

The ‘Bad Boys’ singer took to the West End stage for C.I.N’s POP Goes the Musical, serving up a rousing performance of ‘On My Own’ from Les Misérables.

Watch the 24 year old vocally fly below…


We can’t wait to hear more of “that” voice on Alex’s upcoming third studio album.

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  1. Monstarebel (Roman will devour T-Balls) November 10, 2012

    She’s irrelevant

    Unapologetic Singles
    2.) Numb (This should be the first urban single lifted off the album I love the vibe to it & it’s my favorite)
    3.)Love Without Tragedy ( This song sounds so f****** good,the beat on it is everything)
    4.)Right Now (This song just screams HIT)
    5.) Phresh off the runway (Its like the birthday cake on this album everybody gonna be on it)
    6.)Lost in paradise (I love the vocals on this song the production as a whole is great on this song)
    7.) Nobodies Business (& She should close the album with this song end this era with a bang b**** and then don’t release another album until 2014)

    • Jeff November 10, 2012

      BOOOOOOO! Your comments stink of desperation and your breath. Give your Ho with a soundtrack stanning a rest and put your energy and pennies into buying the album you love so much

    • Matt101 November 12, 2012

      You’re irrelevant …go back to ur 9-5 minimum wage and put ur fingers to some constructive use …

    • pat smith November 17, 2012

      So sad that you would vent your venom on someone you do not know. I guess it uncompromise jealousy Alexandra is so talented that it just chokes some people. Get over it, and if you can’t say something nice go and find something constructive to do with your mind. If you are capable of a genuine thought, as it takes nothing to be nasty but qite a lot of thought to be nice.

  2. Ukaszenkooo November 10, 2012

    Amazing! Love it!

  3. YASSS MZ HUNTY November 10, 2012


  4. George November 10, 2012

    What’s with her hair? She’s stunning with darker hair. I don’t like the blonde. It washes her out!! Excited for the new album. I pray that it’s not generic pop like the last album.

  5. Britbutnotproud November 10, 2012

    Amazing talent praise when praise is due.

    • pat smith November 17, 2012

      Agree with you Alexandra is an amazing talented young lady. Has a richer voice than leona. My question is why aren’t people eager to criticise people like cheryl cole who can’t sing, but they are quite happy to say something negative about someone so obviously talented.

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  7. Beangelic1000 November 10, 2012

    Excellent performance from Alexandra and all for a worthy cause.

  8. Jonathan Gardner November 10, 2012

    In the 90s we had Mica Paris as The Voice in Britain and now we have Alexandra and Leona.

    I hope this raises Alexandra’s profile again and brightens her public image. I don’t know why so many people seem to not like her all of a sudden

  9. Jeff November 10, 2012

    She did a great job and showed her diversity as an artist, her voice also sounded really smooth whilst singing and didn’t have the rasp and she also sounded good singing at a different pitch.
    I hope when working with Rico Love she gets the Brandy 211 Rico and not the Kelly Rowland Rico, and i also hope she works with Jazmine Sullivan, Ester Dean, Missy (songwriting) and makes a diverse album. I understand pop/dance is big in the ststes and that that with enough of a push “let it go” may have donr well in the states, but she cannot do a whole dance album again with a voice like that

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