Published: 00:01, 05 April 2014 |
Updated: 21:33, 05 April 2014
From that moment on Jamie knew singing was what he really wanted to do.
And this time the former Brompton Academy and MidKent College student announced: “The drinks are on me.”
He arrived in his trademark yellow Mini as fans chanted his name and wore his face mask.
"Of course he can go all the way now. He’s achieved this through hard work and listening to others" - Tim Robinson, of The Barge
Among the first to hug him were mum Sharla, 43, dad Matt, 45, and sister Jessica, 17, who have followed him through every stage of the contest.
Tim Robinson, from The Barge, remembers Jamie’s first open-mic performance.
He said: “Of course he can go all the way now. He’s achieved this through hard work and listening to others.”
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