A hospital worker who loves performing will be transformed into a superstar on a Saturday night TV talent show.
Cylvian Flynn, who lives in New England Road, Haywards Heath will be singing on ITV show Stars in their Eyes on Saturday night.
The secret of who the singer will be performing as still remains a secret and will be revealed on the night.
“My ambition has always been to be a singer since childhood and I have performed in local and charity events including It’s Magic events for Tim French,” Cylvian told the Middy.
“I really enjoyed the experience of being transformed into a super star and would recommend anyone to apply to be on future shows.
“Harry Hill is a great host and made us all feel less nervous about the process.
“It is well worth watching the show and I hope you enjoy every performance. I have seen it from start to finish and the quality of the acts is pretty high this week.”
As well as working for Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust, Cylvian also performs around Mid Sussex.
She is getting ready to perform at a British Heart Foundation event at the United Services Club on February 21, and has recently appeared as Gary Coleman in Avenue Q at the Martlet Hall in Burgess Hill.
The long-running show is well known for the catchphrase, ‘tonight I’m going to be’ and has won television awards in the past. Contestants chat to new presenter Harry Hill before disappearing through doors and reappearing as the act they are going to impersonate.
At the end of the show the audience votes for their favourite act. Stars in Their Eyes will be shown on January 17, on ITV 1 at 7pm.