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Middlesbrough pop star James Arthur has tweeted his sadness after a suspected terrorist attack in Berlin.
Twelve people died and 48 were injured when the vehicle rammed into a market on Monday evening.
James was signed by Sony Germany before he rejoined Simon Cowell’s Syco label in the UK.
So sad to hear what happened at the Christmas market in Berlin today, I left that spot just this morning. Thoughts are with the families x
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The X Factor winner James Arthur’s new single could reach the official number one spot.
The Teesside musician’s new track, Say You Won’t Let Go, debuted at number 25 in last week’s Official Singles Chart.
Say You Won’t Let Go is the most downloaded track of the chart week so far. It has already been announced that the track hit number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 chart (based on iTunes).
His comeback follows some controversial moves by the singer from Saltburn who admits he has been on 'self destruct'.
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Singer-songwriter James Arthur has tweeted to pay tribute to radio presenter Ali Brownlee following the sad news of his death.
Saltburn's X-Factor winner James Arthur has confirmed that he is no longer with Simon Cowell's company, Syco.
There was speculation earlier this year that he had been dropped by the record label.
Last night, though, James Arthur posted these messages on Twitter:
Just to clear things up - I am no longer with Syco. I would like to thank all at the label for making a great record with me.
Saltburn's X Factor winner James Arthur said he was 'concentrating on his music' after reports that he had been dropped from Simon Cowell's record label.
The singer was reportedly dropped by Syco after it emerged his song Follow The Leader included the lyric "I'm gonna blow up your family like I'm a terrorist".
A spokeswoman for Syco declined to comment and James tweeted to defend the song, which he insisted was "not promoting terrorism".
As far as I know I am still with syco but I am exclusively signed to Sony. People look too deeply into the media circus. It's about music.
Saltburn's James Arthur has denied speculation that he was dropped by Simon Cowell's label Syco. It has been reported that The X Factor winner was sacked because of controversial lyrics.