As most of you who follow Britains Got Talent series will know, there is a sister show on ITV2 being broadcast after every BGT episode. Paul was featured in one of the recent episodes of Britains Got More Talent, and if you check the link you will see Paul discussing some of the things that he experienced during the past six years, see a short clip of him working on his next (fourth) studio album…AND – the last, but not least – you will see him precariously doing what he’s been postponing for a…while – trying to learn how to DRIVE!!!
In a very interesting blog, Paul Potts takes the time to reflect on bullying he has been exposed to in his youth and to analyse different approaches to bullying by the society we live in and the ways bullying is present in contemporary society and online world. It is a thought provoking blog, and it is a must read, whether you’ve been a victim of bullying or not. It will help you understand a fellow human being that has been through that much better.
You can read Paul’s blog if you click the following link: http://paulpottsmusic.com/2013/05/11/hell-is-other-people-what-about-those-that-are-bullied/
Paul Potts was in Germany (again) several weeks ago, where he joined Steffen Hensler in an attempt to make something decent to eat! Paul is no stranger to apron and kitchen knives, so watch this video to find out just how he managed and was he trustworthy!
As the title of this article (and an ancient conventional wisdom) goes: “Never trust a skinny chef”!!!
In addition, Paul also performed a cover of a beautiful Foo Fighters song called HOME! Check it out!
And the end result…
Sleepless on the tour bus!
Paul’s favourite records
Paul Potts performing his cover of “Home” by Foo Fighters
An interesting article emerged on the web today in Wales Online. We knew that a few weeks ago Paul spent some time in the studio, but it was unclear whether he was working on his new album or some other project. Well, this article answers that question. It appears that Paul and a number of other Welsh stars have come together and recorded “A miner’s song” in their bid to raise money for the upcoming Welsh memorial, which will have its début on March 16 at Cardiff Millennium Stadium before Wales vs England rugby match.
Knowing that both Paul’s granddad and his wife’s granddad were miners, we are more than certain that Paul’s heart was fully in this project.
You can read more about this story if you visit the following link:
Paul Potts will be coming to London on Sunday, February 10, to take part in the festivities bringing in the year of the snake. There will be a variety of events in London as a part of the festivities, and Paul’s set is between 3.30pm and 4pm on Sunday in Trafalgar square.
Culmination is coming at 05.55pm in a form of a massive fireworks display, so if you are in the area make sure you come by!