Phone Salesman Amazes Crowd

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This is a great tale from the program Britain's Got Talent. The audience has little assumption for this mobile phone salesperson, Paul Potts, up until he brings them to their feet with an incredible performance of a very hard opera song – Puccinis Nessun Dorma. Within two minutes, Paul shows extra feeling than all the participants incorporated. I'm not right into opera however also I needed to see this video a number of times.

Bio: Paul Potts was raised in Fishponds, Bristol, by his papa Roland, a bus vehicle driver, and also mother, Yvonne, a grocery store cashier. Paul has two bros as well as one sister, and participated in St. Mary Redcliffe institution where he initially created his love of vocal singing.

In the meeting that was broadcast prior to his performance in the semi-final, Paul specified that he had problem with being bullied in institution, and that it may have had an influence on his lack of self-esteem.

Up until June 19, 2007 Potts worked as a supervisor at the Bridgend Carphone Storage facility, a mobile phone shop around 8 miles from his residence town.

On June 9, 2007, Potts' tryout of Simon Cowell's new search-for-a-star show Britain's Got Ability was telecasted on ITV in UK. The actual audition was held at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff on March 17, 2007. Paul sang a condensed version of Giacomo Puccini's "Nessun dorma", which impressed the judges and also got an applause from the target market of 2,000 people.

In the semi-final on June 14, 2007, Potts carried out main verses of "Disadvantage te partirò" with appreciation from the audience and courts.

Phone Salesman Amazes Crowd

This is a terrific story from the show Britain's Got Talent. The audience has little expectation for this cell phone salesman, Paul Potts, until he brings them to their feet with an amazing performance of an extremely difficult opera song - Puccinis Nessun Dorma. Within two minutes, Paul shows more emotion than all the contestants combined. I'm not into opera but even I had to watch this video a number of times.

Biography: Paul Potts was raised in Fishponds, Bristol, by his father Roland, a bus driver, and mother, Yvonne, a supermarket cashier. Paul has two brothers and one sister, and attended St. Mary Redcliffe school where he first developed his love of singing.

In the interview that was broadcast before his performance in the semi-final, Paul stated that he had trouble with being bullied in school, and that it may have had an influence on his lack of self-confidence.

Until June 19, 2007 Potts worked as a manager at the Bridgend Carphone Warehouse, a mobile phone store around 8 miles from his home town.

On June 9, 2007, Potts' audition of Simon Cowell's new search-for-a-star show Britain's Got Talent was televised on ITV in UK. The actual audition was held at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff on March 17, 2007. Paul sang a condensed version of Giacomo Puccini's "Nessun dorma", which impressed the judges and received a standing ovation from the audience of 2,000 people.

In the semi-final on June 14, 2007, Potts performed main verses of "Con te partirò" with praise from the audience and judges.