The Island Community Glee Club with Medina Community Choir and guests at Medina Theatre last summer. Picture by Robin Crossley.
A GLEE club from the Isle of Wight is hoping Islanders will help them reach the final of a Comic Relief competition to find the best singing groups in the country.
Resonate, a group made up of members of the Island Community Glee Club, is competing in CBBC's Comic Relief does Glee Club.
They made it through to tonight's (Thursday) live semi-final, which will be shown on BBC One at 4.15pm, thanks to a performance of Snow Patrol's Run.
The competition's judging panel was full of praise for the group, led by Medina College teacher Hannah Brear, in yesterday's show.
Vocal coach David Grant, who has worked with the likes of Take That, Joss Stone and the Spice Girls, said: "That was fantastic, beautiful arrangement and beautiful performance."
Fellow judge Sisco Gomez described it as the best vocal performance in the three years the competition has been run, while judge Carrie Grant said it was world class.
This afternoon they will compete against acts from around the country for the chance to compete in a grand final in tomorrow night's BBC Red Nose Day coverage.
A freephone number for people to call and vote will be given during tonight's broadcast.
To see last night's performance click here.
*Resonate has won the grand final on BBC One today (Friday).