Watch fitting duet of 'I See The Light' from Disney's Tangled recorded by Wakefield graduates

Two Wakefield graduates have released a video to lift people's spirits by doing what they love - singing.

Friday, 15th May 2020, 12:28 pm
Updated Friday, 15th May 2020, 12:58 pm

Curtis Gill, 23, from Wrenthorpe and Caitlin Magee, 21, from Leeds, took the decision to duet together due to them struggling during lockdown.

Curtis said: “Being stuck indoors for so long has been such a massive challenge. We have both struggled so much, but by doing this lockdown singing video and doing something we absolutely love has helped us a lot and has put a massive smile on both our faces.”

Curtis and Caitlin studied at Mechanics Performing Arts in Wakefield before graduating with a First Class BA (HONS) degree in performance industries.

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Curtis and Caitlin released the video to lifts people's spirits during lockdown.

“It’s been very hard not being able to go off and audition for professional jobs, it’s like everything has just paused which really it has.” Curtis said.

“We're missing the normality of everything."

The pair perform a popular children's favourite ‘I See The Light’ from the famous Disney Tangled movie.

“We hope that it will help others that are struggling too by watching it.

“We want to say a massive thank you to the NHS who are helping save lives and to all the Key Workers we really wouldn’t be here without you so thank you."

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