Brooke Scullion has shared the sweet message her former singing teacher sent her, after Brooke performed for the BBC Mixtape.
The Derry girl performed Never Enough from The Greatest Showman with the Ulster Orchestra, at the BBC Mixtape: Songs from Lockdown, in celebration of keyworkers.
The performance was televised on BBC One NI, with Brooke’s former singing teacher, Jolene, watching the show. Afterwards she praised the singer, sending Brooke a sweet message, saying: “Just watched BBC One. Absolutely fantastic performance, I was standing in the kitchen with tears in my eyes.”
“You looked stunning and belted out that ballad! Amazing! Very Proud!”
Brooke was touched by the sweet message, sharing it on social media, and gushing over her former teacher.
Writing: “My school singing teacher, means the world that I can represent her like this.”
Speaking about the gig, Brooke wrote on Twitter: “The show celebrates [Belfast County Council] giving key workers Freedom of the City.”
“It was a magical night”
Brooke’s career has been going from strength to strength since she made her Eurovision debut.
After making it to the semi-final with her track, That’s Rich, the former The Voice contestant has been busy working on new music, and is currently preparing to release her debut EP, Chaotic Heart.
She has also released two tracks, Heartbreaker and Tongues, along with playing at the iconic Glastonbury Music Festival.