A SINGER from Wooburn Green finished fourth in the final of Britain's Got Talent last night.
Jack Pack won their semi-final last Saturday but victory was just out of reach yesterday as singers Collabro received the most votes.
Andrew Bourn, 32, from Boundary Road, Wooburn Green, told the Bucks Free Press earlier in the week they just wanted to give another good performance.
At the time, he said: “We are still nervous and excited ahead of the final, but we are a little bit daunted ahead of the day again, this experience has been quite scary and a bit of a roller-coaster.
“The semi-final went really well, my voice quivered a bit at the start but I think that was just nerves. It was unbelievable we did feel quite nervous about the performance and what the judges might say, but all the comments were unbelievable.
“We were all quite emotional after that performance and relieved because we had delivered everything we had waited for.”
The four friends received another standing ovation last night from the judges after they performed Nina Simone’s classic Feeling Good.
Simon Cowell said: “This was by far the best performance you’ve given in this competition. You’ve got to have swagger, and you had it. An outstanding performance.”
Amanda Holden added: “I’m running out of adjectives, you could absolutely win. For years we’ve had Michael Buble for this but I think you’ve just stolen his crown.”
The group finished this year's competition fourth behind Collabro, Lucy Kay teenage duo Bars and Melody.