The crowd erupted when he performed his debut single "Stop Living the
Lie" which was released on Monday and is expected to top next week's chart.
He said he would be "absolutely over the moon" if his
single, which he wrote eight years ago, hit the number one spot.
He also hit out at critics of music shows such as Fame Academy and Popstars:
the Rivals, saying they were the best way to find new music talent in the UK.
He said: "It's very easy for people to criticise shows like the one I was in, but they
proved that there is real talent out there.
"I've been doing this for eight years and to be where I am today has been