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Sheridan Smith: 'Dad would have been so proud'

Sheridan Smith has told BBC Radio 5 Live that her dad would have been “so proud” of her performance at the commemorations to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Portsmouth.

The singer and actress performed Vera Lynn’s ‘We will meet again’.

Speaking to Rachel Burden she said: “I’ve just been really overwhelmed by it all… it’s been a day I’ll never forget.”

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