A TALENTED trio of singers managed to wow judges on a popular ITV series, The Voice.

The band, Remember Monday featured an all-female group who made it through a rigorous application process to be picked to be on Jennifer Hudson's team on singing competition.

Holly-Anne Hull, a professional singing coach at Stagecoach in Bracknell, alongside Charlotte Steel who is a choreographer at South Hill Park and Lauren made it through to auditions, which had over 10,000 applicants.

The girls successfully beat their opponents to be chosen by the American Idol finalist, before making it through to the semi-final stage however, they got knocked out of the competition.

Holly said: "The girls and I are so proud of everything we have achieved over the last six months.

"This has truly been a once in a lifetime experience and I can not wait to return to Stagecoach Bracknell to share everything I have learned with my students." The group received high praise from fellow judges, with celebrity coach Will.i.am tweeting 'you guys are amazing, I would love to work with you guys in the studio one day.'

Holly said: "I am a firm believer of the Stagecoach ethos, and my time on the show highlights the importance of instilling each and every child with 'Creative Courage for Life', giving them the skills and confidence to pursue their ambitions."

Charlotte, who is also choreographing Bracknell's South Hill Park performance of High School Musical, has seen success through her career in the arts.

She said: "As the whole show is full of fast-paced dances, it is hard to say any part of the process was easy however 'Getcha Head in the Game' has over 16 basketballs in so there is much room for error. "I have a wonderful large cast, of all different dance abilities and dance backgrounds which has been a lot of fun."

The Easter production will hit the stage from Wednesday, April 17 to 22.