LEIGH’S latest singing sensation may not have managed to be crowned The Voice, but he is still preparing for the big time.
David Julien’s quest to win the BBC’s latest talent search came to an end on Sunday evening when he did not make it through to the show’s semi-finals.
However, despite the disappointment of leaving the show the 23-year-old is upbeat and says he is determined to concentrate on the positive aspects of the experience, including singing live in front of millions of people on national television and becoming a household name.
He says he hopes to keep in touch with some of the other contestants on the show and his mentor, The Script front man Danny O’Donoghue, and has set himself the task of beginning his next musical project by Christmas.
David said: “I’m gutted that I’m not still in the competition, but it’s not the end of the world and this is the beginning of my career.
“Apart from not making it through there’s not a single thing I would change, and I want to take the momentum I have been given and make sure I don’t lose it.
“I really want to do an album, and I’m also looking to collaborate with some other people, particularly to work on some faster songs, and I still need to figure out fully who I am as an artist and up my game.”