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Hannah Waterman and Marti Pellow

Hannah Waterman and Marti Pellow win Just The Two Of Us 2007



They may have been third on stage but they were first in the viewers hearts as Hannah Waterman and Marti Pellow triumphed in BBC One's singing showdown Just The Two Of Us.

 

Brendan Cole and Beverley Knight kicked off the show with an electrifying high impact, high octane performance of the Rolling Stones' Brown Sugar, gaining two top scores from the judges - with CeCe and Tito both awarding 10 - and a score of 36 points overall.

 

Beverley was so overwhelmed she burst in to tears.

 

Mark Butcher and Sarah Brightman were second on stage with the Henry Mancini classic Moon River in a new swing interpretation - also garnering a top score from Tito and 34 points in total.

 

Hannah and Marti were the third of the finalists on stage with their country number, Bonnie Raitt's I Can't Make You Love Me, but it wasn't such a hit with the judges on bringing in 30 points.

 

In a very close race of votes from the viewers, at 8.30pm Mark and Sarah polled bottom and were first to leave tonight's competition.

 

Brendan and Beverley kicked off the second half of the show with Elton John's Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me during which Beverley could hardly keep her emotions in check, she was so overwhelmed by the occasion.

 

Marti and Hannah came back with Rod Stewart's Have I Told You Lately, winning acclaim from the judges.

 

In a very close viewer vote, at times there was less than one per cent between them.

 

But in the end Hannah and Marti triumphed and were crowned Just The Two Of Us champions.

 

FW

 


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Category: TV Entertainment; BBC One
Date: 07.01.2007
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