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What is Lucy, the blind and autistic 13-year-old winner of The Piano doing now? From performing at the Royal Albert Hall to being nominated at the BAFTA awards [Video]

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Viewers of Channel 4‘s The Piano were left captivated by the victorious performance on the show’s debut from then-13-year-old blind and autistic girl, Lucy Illingworth.

The teenager from Halifax in West Yorkshire moved viewers to tears with an awe-inspiring recital of Debussy’s Arabesque, leading judges Lang Land and Mika to call her a ‘genius’.

One year on and the moment was nominated for a BAFTA, in a category with scenes from Doctor Who, Succession and Happy Valley.

Also since her amazing performance on the Channel 4 talent show, Lucy has performed to a packed Royal Albert Hall, and left the King and Queen speechless as King Charles III‘s Coronation concert.

So, where is Lucy now, as The Piano returns to find another hidden musical star

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