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Connie Talbot: Over the Rainbow Sing-a-Long

Connie promoting her Wii game at E3.

Tuesday, 2nd June at 3pm booth 441

Florida, America. Data Design Interactive - a successful video games publisher and games developer, are pleased to announce that Connie Talbot the singing sensation who came to fame from the massively popular UK based talent show Britains Got Talent will be attending the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles on Tuesday, 2nd June at 3pm, booth 441 to promote her highly anticipated Nintendo Wii video game Connie Talbot Over The Rainbow Sing-a-Long which is scheduled for summer 2009. Its 12 tracks include songs from her debut album, 'Over The Rainbow', but with specially designed videos and backscene footage. Players can sing solo in karaoke mode or with friends and family members for some multiplayer fun.

Since her unforgettable appearance in 2007 on Britain's Got Talent, Connie Talbot is undoubtedly the original breakout superstar find from the show. Now a whole 8-years-old, Connie continues to build on her global success, with the most recent achievement being state side, as music from her debut album, Over the Rainbow (AAO Music/Reality) delivers hit after hit.

The albums second single in the USa gorgeous rendition of the classic I Will Always Love You, is currently at the 6 position on the Billboard Hot Singles charts. It follows the success of her first single, a cover of Bob Marleys popular Three Little Birds which previously reached #1 on the Billboard Chart.

I Will Always Love You, most often associated with Whitney Houston, has a deep personal meaning to the young singer, as her grandmother, "Nan," sang it to Connie when she was a baby. The single also features the newly re-vocaled "You Raise Me Up, the track that closes Over the Rainbow. Sales of the album are stronger than ever as music fans continue to discover the young singer who has already charmed not only Mr. Cowell and his fellow judges, but the likes of US chat show Queens, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres.

Connies album Over the Rainbow will be available in the UK as a re release on 8th June nationwide in store.

Early May saw Connie embark on a promo trip of the US appearing on several high profile US chat shows, with a action packed promo trip to Tokyo planned for June, to launch her album to the Japanese market. The album has already been released in Asia, selling over 100,000 units in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Korea and the Philippines, with Gold and Platinum awards being received in all Asian territories released in.

Press Inquiries: Lydia Sherwood Presto Public Relations, USA

Email: presto.ls@gmail.com

Tel: 360 734-8315

Connie is available for interview please contact Christianne with all press enquiries.

Email: Christianne@emmsix.co.uk

Tel: 020 8846 3737

Mobile: 07770 504 506

www.connietalbot.com

www.myspace.com/connietalbotofficialmusic

www.youtube.com/connietalbotofficial

NOTES TO EDITOR:

Over the Rainbow will be available in the UK as a re release on 8th June nationwide in store

Connie has earned two Guinness World Book of Records titles

Connie has received five gold and platinum albums

Connie has received over 100 million YouTube hits, making her the #18 all-time most viewed on the site

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