The strong voice flying the flag for Scotland

Hugger's promising career ended in 2009 when he endured a serious eye injury (photo: iStock)
May 2nd, 2014 7:03 am| by admin
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It was 100 percent for Scene Kunst Skoler, the theatre school group founded by Russell Collins back in 2008 that caters to aspiring young Danish and international performers in Zealand, at the auditions of ‘Voice – junior’ as four of its current or former students sailed through.

Among them was Iona Mulholland (cover photo), performing at SKS, flying the flag for Scotland and Denmark, who impressed hip-hop judge Wafande with a Danish song, proudly watched

(Photo: go.tv2.dk/voicejunior / screenshot)

by Collins (centre right) and her Scottish dad Joe (right)

Tune in over the coming weeks (Friday 20:00) to see if Iona can make it past the next round. 

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