Hull’s Got Talent, but Calum stays grounded

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Published: Tuesday 14th April 2015 by The News Editor

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Hull-born Calum Scott has vowed to stay grounded despite already being among the favourites to win Britain’s Got Talent this year.

The singer wowed the judges, especially Simon Cowell, during his rendition of the Robyn hit Dancing On My Own.

It not only won Scott a fast-track to the BGT live shows but got him a golden buzzer off Cowell.

The Hull City Council recruitment worker insisted his new-found fame will not go to his head. And Scott, who describes himself as “humble”, said he hoped that his colleagues will treat him no differently.

His first attempt at showbiz proved a flop, however, as he failed in his X Factor audition three years ago.

Scott applied for BGT with Jade, his sister. She received a quartet of no’s, but her brother believes that her time will come again.

He said that Jade puts Cowell on a pedestal and both siblings were out to impress him.

Copyright Press Association 2015

Published: Tuesday 14th April 2015 by The News Editor

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  • Thorntontiger

    Wouldn’t it be better to call him Calum throughout the article and not “Scott”

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