CARDIFF singer Faith Nelson has vowed to keep on singing – despite being knocked out of The Voice at the weekend.
The 18-year-old left the BBC competition after her mentor, Paloma Faith, cut her team down to three acts.
She exited the show on Saturday night after performing Runnin’ by Naughty Boy and Beyonce.
Faith still aspires to make music.
“My plans for the future are just to get back on stage again and perform,” she said.
“I’ve had so much fun and I’m growing as an artist, so I’m really happy with that.
“I am going to start gigging, socialise more and meet people. I also hope to write some music, perform and grow even more as an artist.
“The best thing about being young is that I have a lot of time to grow and learn.”