Video: Britain’s most unlikely choir which can’t sing

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Here is Britain’s most unlikely choir which was set up exclusively for people who CAN’T SING.

It was started by Nadine Cooper, 48, who wanted to join a singing group but never had the courage because she was aware she could not stay in tune. Her self-consciousness started when she was a child after a music teacher ordered her to keep her mouth shut because of her awful singing. Since appealing for bad-singers to get in touch with her she was been inundated with people wanting to join the ‘Tuneless Choir’. The group of around 50 bad singers now meet every Thursday night to practice and are even planning to perform a concert in the summer with covers of classic pop hits, including Abba and Queen.

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