Wooburn Green singer stars on Britain's Got Talent

Andrew Bourn on Britain's Got Talent. Photo courtesy ITV

Andrew Bourn on Britain's Got Talent. Photo courtesy ITV

First published in Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

ANDREW Bourn proved Wooburn Green's got talent as he and the rest of his band were compared to star Michael Buble in booking their place in the next round of a popular reality TV show.

The 32-year-old was part of the Jack Pack who received a standing ovation and three yeses from the judges as they were sent through to the last 32 of Britain's Got Talent on Saturday.

Andrew - who revealed on the show he mends ovens for a living - and the rest of his band mates wowed the audience with their version of the Frank Sinatra hit, That's Life.

And they impressed the judging panel, with each member emphatically saying yes to sending the Jack Pack through to the next stage.

Amanda Holden said: "We don't have anything like this. We've got Michael Buble but we need something for Britain."

And fellow judge Alesha Dixon gushed: "I just love you guys - it's just perfection."

The Jack Pack - who have only been performing together for six months - are now among the bookmakers' favourites to win the show.

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