Stop. If you’ve already listened to Emily’s demo, it’s already too late. You don’t know it, but you’ve been hooked, seduced, and now there’s no going back. Had you read these words first there may have been some chance. Some possibility you could get her out of your head. Not now. Let me tell you what’s happened – you’ve become a fan from the very first listen. It only takes a little provocation to turn Emily’s pillow-soft tones into the lunchtime gossip bag and retail super-shopper her friends love. It’s like a switch. Turn on the listener or turn up the comic timing. Your choice. The best way to use her talents is to allow time for her to improvise and work the pauses, silences and breaks between words. You may be caught wanting to use several versions of the same script. Each have their merit and outstanding performances. Give Emily a vocal world to live in. Set the scene and give her a scenario that she can make the most of – if you don’t, she will and then anything could and usually does happen. Emily is a vocal favourite in her native Melbourne and now Kathy Evans Voice Management has set her free, or should that be set her “loose”, on the rest of Australia.