The Island Community Glee Club with Medina Community Choir and guests at Medina Theatre last summer. Picture by Robin Crossley.
A GROUP of young singers from the Isle of Wight will compete in front of a massive television audience today (Friday) after reaching the final of Comic Relief does Glee Club.
Resonate, made up of seven friends from the Island Community Glee Club and led by Medina College teacher Hannah Brear, earned one of three spots in today's final after going head to head with five of the best groups in the UK in a public vote.
They will once again need the support of Islanders if they are to win the competition, which is being screened on BBC One at 4.15pm.
Hannah said: "We're so grateful to everyone that has supported us, the people that voted for us and the friends and family who have come to see us perform on the show."
Judges have described the young singers as world class, but they will be up against tough competition tonight in the form of LS8 and Raveheart.
"A lot of the other groups we have competed against have been from stage schools, but we are just a group of friends, who like to sing, and practice in a church hall," said Hannah.
She said they were working hard on their final performance, which would be a song from a West End musical.
"It has seven part harmonies and everyone will get a chance to shine, but it's probably the most complex arrangement I have ever done," said Hannah.
To see the group's performance of the Snow Patrol song Run, click here.