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OPERA singer Jennifer Parker-Lummis intends to make it third time lucky when she joins hundreds of other hopefuls to audition for Britain’s Got Talent.

The 34-year-old winner of The News’ Instant Star competition has won over Portsmouth with her incredible voice and now she is aiming to win over the country.

PLEASE SAY YES! Jennifer Parker-Lummis hopes to wow TV judges

PLEASE SAY YES! Jennifer Parker-Lummis hopes to wow TV judges

Mum-of-two Jennifer, from Gosport, will make a grand entrance to the auditions for the talent show at Morrison’s, in Horndean, tomorrow as she dashes back from London in her ball gown especially for it.

A large part of the supermarket car park is being sectioned off for a production team from ITV to interview the hundreds expected for the pre-live recorded auditions of the talent show which are taking place between 10am and 4pm.

Jennifer said: ‘It’ll be the third time I’ve auditioned for the show and how could I not when it’s on my doorstep?

‘I’m staying in London with my husband the night before but we’re coming back early because there’s no way I’m going to miss this chance.

‘I’ll have my ball gown on because you have to look the part.

‘This time round I’m going to wow the judges to make sure I get to see Simon Cowell face to face in the recorded auditions in London.’

Jokers, jugglers, singers, dancers and magicians are set to descend on the store, which is the sponsor of this year’s show.

The judges this year are Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams, although they will not be there on Saturday.

Bessie Cursons, from Cosham, won the nation’s hearts when she made it through to the final of the first ever show in 2007.

Now 17, she is a teacher at Youngstar Television and Film Acting School

All entrants must bring one form of identification to the audition.

Any budding superstars who can’t make it can drop off DVDs or memory sticks of their performances in ‘talent boxes’ at any Morrisons store and they will be reviewed by the Britain’s Got Talent team.