Becky O’Brien, BGT Singing Sensation, is arguably best remembered for bringing TV’s harshest talent judge, Simon Cowell, to tears with her rendition of “Over The Rainbow”. Becky has toured extensively across the globe with various shows & has also had the honour of performing at some wonderful venues including the Edinburgh Fringe, Disneyland Paris, Various Theatres from America to China, but possibly her favourite to date is The London Palladium. Since 2017 Becky has toured her solo shows internationally & has performed her tribute show “A Garland for Judy” in London’s West End and on 42nd Street, Broadway and is looking forward to an upcoming tour around the USA in 2021. Alongside her stage career, Becky is the Survivor Ambassador for the domestic abuse charity, Women’s Aid UK and patron for The Freedom Programme. “Why didn’t you just leave?” I think I have lost count of how many times I have heard this question asked of not just myself, but of so many victims suffering Domestic Abuse. What many people don’t realise is that when a victim chooses to leave their abuser, they are at heightened risk of violence and even fatality. As a Survivor of Domestic Abuse I know only too well how important it is to be protected when trying to leave the relationship safely. It’s time we raise awareness of the issues surrounding domestic abuse and help people realise that help is out there to support them and assist them to make a safe exit from a dangerous situation. This is why I wholeheartedly and actively support NCDV. They are a vital link for victims and survivors of domestic abuse and can help them obtain the protective orders they need to safeguard themselves and any children they may have.