BRITAINs Got Talent singer Faryl Smith is getting a steep education in the business of celebrity. While shes no pop ingTnue, the mezzo-soprano has had to undergo a makeover - a photo shopped one at least - for the cover of her new album Faryl. The fresh-faced youngsters gappy teeth have been magically transformed into a Hollywood worthy smile, reminiscent of last years BGT winner Paul Potts. On the album cover titled 'Faryl the 13-year-old is seen with a smile worthy of a model from a Colgate advert. But thankfully, rather than force the growing singer to endure a battery of dental surgery, it appears that she owes her new look to computer wizardry. As earlier this month, she - and her unretouched teeth - could be seen in all their natural glory at the Classical Brit Awards. After coming fourth in last years Britains Got Talent contest, the teenager from Kettering, Northamptonshire, signed a 2.3million record deal with Universal Music, a record-breaking sum for a schoolgirl. Her first album, Faryl, is outselling even U2s latest offering, and she became the youngest-ever performer to sing at the Classical Brit Awards, held at Londons Royal Albert Hall. On Saturday Faryl will sing the national anthem at the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium in front of a crowd of 90,000 and a world-wide audience of around 500 million. DM Herself a keen footballer, Faryl has won various trophies whilst playing right back for the Kettering Generals Youth Football Club. Faryl said: 'Me and my family are football mad. Ive been playing football since I was seven and have won loads of medals. 'Im so excited to have the honour singing at Wembley DM