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Let's be honest: no matter what happens to Paul Potts, he'll always be known for the moment that launched his career.
Back in 2007, Paul auditioned for 'Britain's Got Talent', featuring everyone's favourite TV villain, Simon Cowell. Nobody expected much, but Paul blew everyone away with his incredible performance. Almost as soon as it appeared on Youtube, Paul's video exploded on line. To date, it's been viewed more than 73 million times.
Within a few months, Paul released his debut album, 'One Chance.' It went to number one in 13 countries, and sold over three and a half million copies.
Paul spent the past three years living the dream: he's toured the world, performed for royalty, and put out a successful follow-up album.
Now, Paul's got a new album, and a whole new reality. For the first time in his career, he's working without Simon Cowell, and he's got more artistic control than ever before. It's hard to believe, but despite everything he's been through, this could turn out be Paul's big moment.