Paul potts britains got talent

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paul potts britains got talent

One Chance: A Memoir by Paul Potts

This is a totally delightful book! Most people know about Pauls catapult from phone salesman to stardom as the first winner of the TV show Britains Got Talent. What many people dont know is the depth of the adversity Paul had to overcome to reach that momentous event, or how much he still struggles to heal the scars from his past. What is most special about this book though, is that Paul tells his story complete with all the bumps, warts and scars, but he never actually blames anyone for his previous misfortune and misery. Instead, Paul uses this book to encourage others who struggle with similar situations and to praise anyone who had a positive impact on his life. I found Pauls kind and humble words incredibly endearing and uplifting. At one point when Paul suffers yet another unfortunate physical mishap I really felt myself wondering just how much this poor man could endure, but time and again Paul manages to get up, brush himself off and carry on. Paul is a very special person who just happens to have an amazingly gifted voice. In a world where Divas and superstars are often in the headlines for being difficult, foolish or obnoxious, Paul stays focused on being humble and staying true to himself. After finishing this book I couldnt wait to buy some of his music! Needless to say, I wish Paul and his lovely wife Julz a lifetime of happiness, good health and great success.
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Paul Potts: Incredible Opera Singer Performs "Nessun Dorma" - America's Got Talent: The Champions

BGT's first ever winner Paul Pott has hit back at critics' cruel jibes about him getting his job back at Carphone Warehouse.
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Britain's Got Talent: The Champions' Amanda Holden speaks out about Paul Potts' shock departure

The ITV spin-off will see the very best former-contestants compete to be crowned the ultimate Britain's Got Talent champion, and the line-up is made up of some of the show's most memorable acts, including singer Paul Potts, who was crowned winner of the first ever series back in But what is the BGT champ up to now? Is Paul Potts still performing? Well, according to his official website, the Britain's Got Talent winner is keeping himself very busy indeed, and has a string of European tour dates lined up throughout the month of November. Following his victory, the BGT winner's debut album One Chance went on to top the UK album charts, and has sold more than 2 million copies to date. During an interview with the Radio Times , Potts revealed that his decision to audition for the first season of Britain's Got Talent arrived completely by chance after he accidentally clicked on a pop-up advert for the ITV series. In the interview, Potts also revealed that despite his performing abilities, he still struggles to overcome his shyness.

However, he failed to even make the top three acts after the audience of thousands were able to choose one contestant to send through to the final. No Paul Potts in the final??!!!! BGT what the hell? Paul Potts should be in the top three. What a joke! They should have put it to the public vote and should have been live. Paul Potts was amazing he should have gone through.

Paul Potts became an overnight sensation in when he appeared in the first series of Britain's Got Talent. He later won the whole competition, beating 6-year-old Connie Talbot in the final, and became an international hero. Here is all you need to know about Paul and his career since his life-changing moment, as he returns for BGT: The Champions :. After winning the show, Potts recorded the album One Chance , which topped charts in 13 countries. He also served as a Bristol city councillor from until , and also performed in amateur opera from to Paul's debut album One Chance went to number one in the UK in summer , and sold over 2 million copies. He has since released five more albums, the most recent of which being 's Winter Dreams.

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Registered in Ireland: The classical singer, the first winner of the ITV show, performed on the Champions series at the weekend and failed to make it through to the final. The judges were visibly surprised and viewers later expressed shock that the singer had not made the cut. To those that thought I was sulking - that's what I look like most of the time lol I can prove it with this still from the original audition: I don't do fake smiles, but it doesn't mean I am grumpy sulky or feeling entitled. Potts, 48, rocketed to fame after appearing on the first series of BGT in and has since released a flurry of albums, including the number one record One Chance. He was one of several returning Got Talent stars to take to the stage on the Champions show.

BGT's first ever winner Paul Pott has hit back at critics' cruel jibes about him getting his job back at Carphone Warehouse. The talented opera singer, who won the first ever series of BGT in , was dumped from the ultimate competition in its very first week after judge Simon Cowell called his performance "shaky". And while Amanda Holden paid tribute to the former mobile phone salesman's down-to-earth attitude towards fame, cruel trolls on Twitter tried to take the mick. One even tweeted a screengrab of Carphone Warehouse jobs at Paul, adding a row of laughing-crying emojis after he thanked fans for their support. When the troll wrote back a mean jibe about not seeing Paul in the final, the singer responded: "I'm disappointed in you. I actually thought you were genuinely being funny.


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