Jacqueline Jossa’s fans compliment star on her ‘unreal’ singing talent as she wows in West End debut

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After making her West End Debut in A Christmas Carol, Jacqueline Jossa has blown her fans away with her singing talent.

The mum-of-two, who paid tribute to Barbara Windsor after she sadly passed away, took to Instagram to share some positive reviews she had received about her vocals.

One fan wrote: "I knew she could sing but wow. Unreal @jacjossa."

While a second added: "An evening of beautiful theatre. A massive well done to @jacjossa smashing her west end debut."


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A third explained that it was "pure joy" watching her on stage at the Dominion Theatre in London.

The 28 year old is starring as Emily and the Ghost of Christmas Future in the adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel.

Jacqueline revealed the special news of her West End debut in November, with the poster alongside fellow castmembers Matt Willis and Brian Conley.

Sharing her excitement, the actress gushed: "PINCH ME!! MY WEST END DEBUT!!

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"I am so excited to be joining the WEST END cast of @LondonXmasCarol this Christmas! I will be playing Emily in this brand-new, musical staged concert of Dicken's classic – A Christmas Carol, from 7th December this year!

She added: "With live music from the incredible @thelmto and the wonderful cast including @realbrianconley and @mattjwillis this is the 2020 event that will unite friends, families and loved ones with the magic of live entertainment, the perfect post-lockdownn treat."

The former Eastenders star, who looked as loved-up as ever with husband Dan Osborne recently, also shared a glimpse into her costume before her first live performance.

She was seen wearing a true Dickensian outfit, with a pink and purple dress, with sheer finger less gloves and her hair curled to fit the character.

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"Costume vibes. Love her already .. hey Emily. Link in the bio for tickets, come and see us," Jacqueline excitedly captioned the post on Instagram.

Coronation Street's Brooke Vincent commented: "Ahhhh I am so proud of you!!!!! I'll deffo be making a visit."

Emily Atack wrote: "Go on!!!!!" alongside a red heart emoji, while Helen Flanagan added: "I need to come and see you."

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