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This must-see video of Caroline Flack singing shows just how big a talent she was


by Grace McGettigan
26th Feb 2020

A video of Caroline Flack singing in London’s West End has resurfaced online, reminding fans just how incredibly talented she was


Caroline Flack’s talents extended far beyond presenting Love Island and the X Factor on television. The late 40-year-old, who tragically took her own life on February 15, was also a talented singer and stage performer, as this video from London’s West End proves.

First shared in December 2018 by the official YouTube channel for Chicago the musical, the video below shows Caroline Flack singing Funny Honey from the West End production.

Caroline starred as the infamous Roxie Hart in the Phoenix Theatre for a number of weeks until January 2019, and during that time she was praised by the audience as “fabulous” and “incredible”. Many others said she had “the voice of an angel”, which judging by the recently-resurfaced video below, wasn’t far off.

Photo: Chicago on Stage, YouTube

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