LEIGH singer David Julien may have lost his place on new talent show The Voice, but he is remaining positive.
BBC One viewers heard that the 23-year-old packed in his job at Sainsbury’s in a bid to pursue a singing career, but despite making the final four of coach Danny O’Donoghue’s group, he lost out last weekend.
He told Goss: “I’m gutted I am still not in the competition, but it is not the end of the world and this is the beginning of my career.
“I really want to do an album and I’m also looking at collaborating 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.”
David has also spoken to magazine OK! about his experiences on the show.
He said: “I was pretty much the last northerner in the competition.
“Before this I was doing solo stuff at weekends and working at Sainsbury’s during the week,
“The possibility of going back to that life is not one I want to think about.
“I don’t have a back-up plan.”
Ladies better look out, as David admitted he is still single, and has a thing for Kylie Minogue.
He also admitted his feelings towards being compared to former X Factor winner Matt Cardle.
He said: “I’d like some of his success definitely, but I don’t think I look like him.”