A SINGER from the Isle of Wight came third on Sky1's 'Ultimate A Cappella'.
Lindsey Bonnick, 32, originally from Shanklin, appeared on show with her vocal harmony trio - made up of herself, Chloe Dixon, 26, and Lauren Potter, 26, now based in Portsmouth.
Lindsey grew up on the Island before leaving to pursue a musical career and now works full time as a singer.
She said: "We are absolutely thrilled to bits with third place.
"We were not only the smallest group but also the only all-female group in the final six, so we were representing the trio's, the ladies and the South Coast.      
"That felt and still feels pretty special."
Since the final, the group have been busy, working up to three gigs a day.

"We are extremely excited for the future and cannot wait to see where the road for Timeless leads. Whatever comes our way, we are ready for it," said Lindsey.

The group are currently arranging a tour, with more details available on their website.