Hull singer Calum Scott has finished in sixth place in tonight's final of Britain's Got Talent. The 26 year old had stumbled over his words in his performance earlier in the evening with Simon Cowell saying he hoped the public would judge him on the second half, rather than the first half of his performance of 'Diamonds in the Sky':
The competition was won by Jules O'Dwyer and her performing dog Matisse who will now perform at the Royal Variety Performance and go home with a prize of £250,000.
Calum Scott has taken to twitter to say he has loved every part of his Britain's Got Talent journey ahead of tonight's final.
A singer from Hull could be crowned this year's Britain's Got Talent winner this evening. Calum Scott is one of the favourites to win the contest as James Webster now reports:
Hull singer Calum Scott is one of the favourites to win tonight's Britain's Got Talent final. The recruitment officer's rendition of Jermaine Stewart's We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off on Friday night secured his place in this evening's programme:
The 26 year old previously secured show judge Simon Cowell's golden buzzer taking him straight to the live shows. William Hill are offering odds on him winning of 2/1, behind Welsh choir Cor Glanaethwy on 6/5.
It is being billed as the biggest-ever UK sport and music outdoor tour. Over the next few months Madness will be visiting golf, football, rugby, horseracing, motor-racing and cricket grounds - including Doncaster Racecourse and Headingley.
But the tour kicked off last night at Sincil Bank in Lincoln - and we sent Adam Fowler along.
Madness promoter Liz Hobbs has told ITV Calendar about how they came up with the idea of a tour of outdoor sporting venues - as the band looks to play live to 260,000 people across the country.
The tour kicks off tonight in Lincoln and employs 87 full time staff touring the UK, along with 30 local crew at each of the venues.
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