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PUBLISHED: 10:13 14 May 2008 | UPDATED: 22:26 26 October 2009

ONE woman was clearly barking up the wrong tree when she tried to impress Simon Cowell with her doggy singing on one of the year's biggest TV shows. The animal singing Britain's Got Talent reject in question goes by the name of Blue Tulip Edelweiss Warb

ONE woman was clearly barking up the wrong tree when she tried to impress Simon Cowell with her 'doggy singing' on one of the year's biggest TV shows.

The animal singing Britain's Got Talent reject in question goes by the name of Blue Tulip Edelweiss Warby.

The WGC resident, who has had her name changed by deed poll, failed to impress the show's three judges Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan with a rendition of The Phantom of the Opera, sung as a dog.

Fifty-two-year-old Blue told the WHT: "It was a really good day and I enjoyed singing in front of the audience.

"I never really got the chance to show how good I was, but I did meet Ant and Dec who were absolutely lovely."

Despite being buzzed off the show, the Gaddesdon Grove resident insists she still wants to take her unique style of signing further, after originally getting the inspiration to do it from her two dogs.

She added: "It was my dogs Cindy and Benjy who gave me the idea to sing. Cindy said to me one day, 'Mum I think you should sing like a dog' so I did.

"At first I wasn't very good but I have got a lot better.

"What I do is so much different to what is already out there and I would love a record company to give me a deal."

For those of you who failed to catch the ITV show, you can click on the links to see Blue 'doggy singing' exclusively for the WHT.

Blue, who admits she sometimes slips in to dog language in real life, gives her versions of hits such as The Phantom of the Opera and Happy Birthday - but not just in dog. She sings moggie-style as well!


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