Amy's journey down the yellow brick road started when she was six years old, when she sang "Over the Rainbow" to her music teacher, and discovered her ability to sing. She had lessons at college to further develop her voice, and took acting and dancing classes to become more of an all-rounder.
She has danced on cruise ships, enjoyed a successful modelling career (including work for The Sun and Nuts). She also sang for a production company that has toured the world - she has visited China, America and Canada, but she's always doing lots of auditions trying to make her big break. She also had a small part in the BBC One series Hustle.
Amy is very close to her family, and loves visiting them and their new one year old puppy called Teddy Pom Poms.
Amy sings Big Girls Don't Cry
Bronte won the Dorothy mission and chose Amy, Emilie and Jessica to perform an extra song. Watch their farm girl version of the Girls Aloud classic, Love Machine. All the Dorothys came together for Merry Old Land of Oz and a mash up of Anything You Can Do and Broken Heels.
Amy and Steph find themselves as the two Dorothys with the lowest votes. In the sing off they perform Whistle Down the Wind for the panel but only one of them could go through. Unfortunately when the result was announced Amy found herself saying a final goodbye.
We get to meet the final 20 Dorothys and watch them perform Follow the Yellow Brick Road and We're Off To See The Wizard. Amy then appears in group five with Emilie, Danielle and Claire Hillier performing Rihanna's Take A Bow and If My Friends Could See Me Now from the musical Sweet Charity.
Selected to be in the final 20 Dorothys from thousands of auditions.
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