Recording under the name Jack Lucien, the Pipewell-born singer was chosen to write a song for Andorra in the Eurovision Song contest in 2007 but it was pulled at the last minute. He's had several albums and a Russian number 7 single. He's now a stand-up comedian.
The Southfield School pupil was one of the breakout stars of the second series of Britain's Got Talent in 2008. Since then, the soprano has gone on to appear at major sporting fixtures and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Internationally-renowned rock band Temples were formed in Kettering by son of fish & chip shop owner James Bagshaw and bassist Tom Walmsley who went to Bishop Stopford School.Their debut album charted at number seven in the UK.