Paul Potts on success: ‘I still pinch myself when I wake up’
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EACH night, wherever he is performing in the world, Paul Potts dedicates a song to his wife Julie-Ann. For the classical singing star, who was catapulted to worldwide fame after winning the first series of Britain’s Got Talent, it’s his way of thanking her for “just being there” and offering him so much support in his unbelievable journey from nervous, debt-ridden salesman to award-winning multi-million selling artist.
The 39-year-old, from Port Talbot, who won this year’s Best International Artist in the prestigious Echo Awards in Germany, will tonightFRI perform songs from both his albums, One Chance and Passione, as well as a few surprises, including a tribute to Mario Lanza, who died 50 years ago.
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