01:45AM, Friday 26 April 2013
A singer from Windsor will perform in front of millions on smash-hit show The Voice tomorrow.
Jamie Bruce, now of Henley-on-Thames will be fighting for a coveted spot on a team with one of the judges - Will.I.Am, Danny O'Donoghue, Jessie J and Tom Jones.
The 34-year-old soul singer, who lived in Winkfield Road, has previously supported Bon Jovi at the O2 Arena and now works four jobs – as a chef, a carpet fitter, a doorman and a landscape gardener – so he can afford to pursue his dream of becoming a professional singer.
Each of the four megastar coaches must continue to choose artists to join their team based only on what they hear, and use their experience, vision and talent to spot astounding vocal ability.
Holly Willoughby and Reggie Yates will host the penultimate episode of the Blind Auditions as the search for the UK’s next vocal talent continues.
It will be aired on BBC One from 8.05-9.25pm.
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