The winner from the 2011 fifth group of Britain’s Got Talent, Scottish classical pop singer Jai McDowall ended the show’s run of victorious dance acts, but struggled to attain anywhere close to the same success as his homeland’s most well-known talent show contestant, Susan Boyle. Delivered in Tarbolton, Ayrshire in 1986, McDowall was raised on nation music and, motivated by his dad (who frequently performed over the town’s regional club circuit), started singing in a variety of karaoke contests. After learning music and sound technology at Ayr University for just two years, he joined up with both Ayr Amateur Opera Business as well as the Loudoun Musical Culture, showing up in productions of Seven Wedding brides for Seven Brothers and Fiddler on the top. While working being a support employee for young handicapped people, he reached the boot-camp phases of 2010’s The X Element, but went very much further a 12 months later on, when his audition little bit of the Chess display melody “Anthem” impressed Britain’s Got Talent judges Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden, and David Hasselhoff plenty of to place him to the live phases. After topping the semifinal vote along with his overall performance of Evanescence’s “Bring Me alive,” his rendition of Josh Groban’s “To WHAT YOUR LOCATION IS” helped him to defeat bookies’ preferred Ronan Parke in the ultimate with 29.1 percent, scooping in the £100,000 prize along the way. After playing many dates in the BGT tour, he agreed upon to Syco and documented his debut record, Believe, with Westlife manufacturer Steve Mac. Offering collaborations with Hayley Westenra (“The Prayer”) and Scala & Kolacny Brothers (“With or Without You”) alongside addresses of Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams,” Elbow’s “1 DAY SUCH AS THIS,” and Nickelback’s “How You Remind Me,” it charted at a unsatisfactory number 54, weekly before he performed before Princess Anne on the 2011 Royal Range Performance.