Samantha Barks - Career - 2008: I'd Do Anything

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 2008: I'd Do Anything I'd Do Anything In 2008, Barks competed in I'd Do Anything in which she was one of the finalists in a search for a new, unknown lead to play Nancy in a West End revival of the British musical Oliver!. She reached the final where she finished third. I'd Do Anything Oliver! On 29 April 2008, at the midpoint of the competition, Tourism Minister Adrian Earnshaw renamed the Isle of Man to be the 'Isle of Sam' as a sign of support. Welcoming signs at Ronaldsway Airport and Douglas Sea Terminal were changed after a renaming ceremony. In week eight of the show, Barks performed 'Defying Gravity' from the musical Wicked and in the week leading up to the show she received support from American actress Idina Menzel, who achieved fame for her performance of the song as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West in Wicked. Wicked Wicked In week nine, Barks received the lowest number of public votes and so had to participate in the sing off with Rachel Tucker. They sang 'Memory' from the musical Cats. Andrew Lloyd Webber chose to save Barks and eliminate Tucker saying, 'Last night Cameron and I were both saying that we thought both of you would be fantastic Nancys and now here am I faced with this. But I've got to make a decision and I've got to think of where the show ultimately for Cameron is going to go and I think I have to go with you, Samantha.' Cats In the week leading up to the two part final on 31 May, the Nancy finalists posed for publicity pictures recreating some of Madonna's iconic images. Each Nancy also had a 'Master Class' with Liza Minnelli in London. At the end of part one of the final, Barks was announced as finishing third with Andrew Lloyd Webber saying, 'Do you know what, I did think this would happen. But you've done so well to have got this far, Samantha.' Barks said, 'It's been the most amazing experience of my life. Thanks to everyone and the panel for making it so incredible.' Performances on I'd Do Anything Performances on I'd Do Anything I'd Do Anything

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