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Singer Who Stole TV Show Almost Didn't Appear

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Singer Who Stole TV Show Almost Didn't Appear

Singer Who Stole TV Show Almost Didn't Appear

Singer Who Stole TV Show Almost Didn't Appear

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Paul Potts used to sell mobile phones. Thanks to a show called Britain's Got Talent, he's now a singer with a debut album. Potts says that as he was filling out the show's application form, he wondered if he had the talent to compete. A flip of the coin decided his fate.

Scott Simon talks to him about his life since winning the television competition.

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