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What does OTV stand for?

OTV stands for One True Voice (band)

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Johnson had his first major taste of fame in 2002 when he made it through public votes to the final of ITV's Popstars The Rivals - which also produced girl group Girls Aloud - to form One True Voice with four other young men.
It was way back in the sepia-tinted days of 2002 when PopStars: The Rivals introduced us to Cheryl, Kim, Nadine, Nicola and Sarah as the girls were picked from 10,000 hopefuls to go head to head with male harmony group One True Voice for the Christmas number one slot.
After all, he'd secured and lost two record deals by the time he was 18 and his high-profile stint as a teenage pop star came to a sudden end when One True Voice disbanded due to poor record sales.
The 19-year-old one hit wonder, who found and lost fame with One True Voice on Popstars: The Rivals, has splashed out on the studio at his mam and dad's house, where he still lives in Mancot, Deeside.
One True Voice split after poor record sales but Girls Aloud are tipped to be the new Spice Girls.
One True Voice are struggling to follow in the footsteps of their female rivals from the show, Girls Aloud, whose two singles have entered the charts at number one and number two respectively.