He won the title role in the Jesus Christ Superstar national arena tour after winning over the public with his rendition of Queen's Who Wants To Live Forever in the live final, watched in the audience by his proud family and friends.
What does WWTLF stand for?
WWTLF stands for Who Wants to Live Forever (Queen song)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Richie Hayes is at No9 with One Voice, Vanessa Whelan is at No 13 with her operatic version of Who Wants To Live Forever and poor Jim Devine is trailing at No31 with his take on the Garth Brooks' classic The Dance.
It's the latest revelation about the larger-than-life hopeful who last night sang the Queen classic Who Wants To Live Forever wearing a silver and black basque dress.
ON STAGE: JLS The show will feature all of Queen's classic hits including Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, We Are The Champions, Somebody To Love, Who Wants To Live Forever, Killer Queen, Don't Stop Me Now, Fat Bottomed Girls and I Want It All.
We enjoyed fantastic renditions of No Woman No Cry and Queen's haunting song Who Wants to Live Forever during which she presided over a gladiatorial battle.
And during her version of Queen's Who Wants to Live Forever, she presided over a gladiatorial battle, giving the thumbs down to the loser.
Yummy mummy Stacey Solomon showed off that sultry voice with The Scientist, Queen of the Night and Who Wants to Live Forever.
The 20-year-old from Dagenham, Essex, had won lavish praise from the judges for her three songs - with Louis Walsh calling her rendition of Freddie Mercury's Who Wants to Live Forever "vocally fantastic".