Hello there, Martin pleasure to meet [you] [here] order to remain me to the rest of our mix is where I got my That was really one of the worst things we’ve had in my opinion on screen. Honestly. Oh it wasn’t, it was fun. Oh come on. Have fun out there. Enjoy it. Hello. Hi. Who are you? I’m Martin and I’m Faye. And uh, this is me daughter. Ah. How old are you Faye? I’m ten. And how old is your dad? She’s not allowed to say. Isn’t she? And whose idea was this? We just found out Faye could sing so I thought we’d have a go. Okay What do you do for a living Martin? I think I’ve been singing since I can remember [alright]. Well. Good [luck]. We don’t know oh, oh when we lose our way Lead us to a place. Guard us with Your grace. To a place where we’ll be safe. (Foreign Language) Lovely, lovely, lovely, lovely! On paper you might have thought was a ten-year-old girl her father singing opera together might not work, but it was absolutely lovely Thank you. Love [the] fact that you sing together and give actual daughter. I think that’s beautiful [ten] years old singing like that. Just wonderful. Simon? Say you started off cut that up Martin you were good on the first Chorus So I’m so confused here because I don’t know if it’s the right thing or the wrong thing that you two are still singing together [booing] Can I say if you put her through I’ll go? I don’t know. I don’t want to get rid of either of you. I just wonder whether it’s the right thing for both of you. Yeah. But look let me make this easy right now. It’s a yes. Great! I thought you were wonderful. It’s a yes from me. Yes for me. Thank you. Four yes’! Well done! Thank you!