A single coin toss changed Paul Pott's life. Head: entry in British's Got Talent competition, tail: don't. The rest, as the saying goes, is history. "When I took the stage, the audience was practically dying for blood," Potts recalls. "The singer in front of me was an absolute disaster. As I walked to the marker on the ground in my 35 pound suit, I almost immediately wanted to turn around and run. But I didn't run away.” Instead, he gathered all his strength and wowed the audience, the judges and thirteen million television viewers. He was the winner of the first "Britain's Got Talent" relay. The past few years have been an unforgettable experience for the 38-year-old Briton, characterized by hard work and unconditional dedication. His debut album "One Chance", which has sold more than 3,5 million copies worldwide to date, went to number one in the charts in thirteen countries around the world.


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