Paul Potts On His Amazing Life Change
WITH £38,000 worth of debt, a burst appendix, a tumour in his abdomen and a broken collar bone, Paul Potts was in danger of becoming the unluckiest man in Britain.
Today, three years after climbing out of a hospital bed, Paul is just back from turning on the Christmas lights in Manhattan.
Fresh from a transatlantic flight and a promotional tour of Canada and America, he is pondering his fortunes, still amazed that he was invited to open the Christmas decorations display in the window of the legendary Bloomingdale's department store.
As recoveries go, this guy makes Lazarus look poorly.
Since winning Britain's Got Talent in the summer his schedule is less like that of a sickly mobile phone salesman and more that of an international rock star.
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