Then I came home and I saw I had loads of missed calls, loads of e-mails, loads of texts.
And I called John Gilhooly and he said “Milly, could you step in for the concert on Saturday night,because Ruby Hughes has tonsillitis.”
So I said “Yes.”
It was very, very nerve-racking,but when I realized that things were going to plan I just started to really enjoy it.
And all of the other singers were very, very supportive, really looked after me and really calmed my nerves.
Yeah, so I started again in September.
So I think I’ve just signed up for my first lot of shifts.
And I’m going to go and do my Masters at the Royal college, which I’m very excited about.
But has this experience spurred you on?
Has it incentivized you in your longer term career?
Yeah, it’s given me hope that perhaps there’s a chance that I could have some sort of singing career.
So, but I’m still keep working hard, keep going.
I’m still very young.
So I’m just keep doing everything that I can to get where I want to be.