Photo Coverage: Danielle Hope in Sold Out and Stunning 54 Below Debut!

Last night, Danielle Hope made her American debut in front of a sold out crowd at cabaret hot spot 54 Below, along with special guests Dan DeLuca, Ceili O'Connor and Edward Baker-Duly. The evening was expertly music directed by Steven Jamial (Music Director and Piano), with Allison Seidner (Cello) and Micah Burgess (Guitar).

Hope lit up the stage and showed off the many sides of her immense talent and range with new songs, classics, and a stunning Disney medley that you'd have to see to believe. In front of a roaring crowd of fans both old and new, it was a night to remember from start to finish. The evening paid tribute to songs she grew up with, music that's moved her and a very moving tribute of 'The Music of the Night' dedicated to celebrating three of the important men in her life Andrew Lloyd Webber (for writing it), Michael Crawford (for singing it) and her father (for whom it's his favorite song).

Check out photos of the performance below and stay tuned for exclusive video coverage and news on the recording of the evening! There's no doubt that last night's American audience fell in love with the British star, and here's hoping (no pun intended) that we see much more of her in NYC -- and soon!

Danielle started her career, making her professional debut as Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz at the London Palladium alongside Michael Crawford and is currently touring as Maria in the new UK production of The Sound of Music.

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