Britain's Got Talent returned to screens on Saturday and in the first episode, Simon Cowell surprised viewers when he pressed his golden buzzer for one particularly remarkable act – a singer from Hull named Calum Scott.
The promising contestant wowed head judge Simon with his impressive vocals, but viewers at home were also drawn to him for his handsome looks.
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"I've had a few marriage proposals," Calum admitted, speaking to Digital Spy. "I've had a guy tweet me saying he's ready to hand over his soul. Anything could happen by the sounds of it!"
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Singleton Calum Scott, 26, has been receiving "a few marriage proposals" on Twitter
The 26-year-old, who is currently single, has certainly had an eventful start to his Britain's Got Talent journey. Calum Scott. had to audition straight after his sister Jade, who received four rejections from the judging panel and was called a "bedroom singer" by Simon.
"I don't agree," said Calum. "My sister is a brilliant singer. She was really, really nervous – I could see that she was so shook up by the nerves. She is determined and was out the next day gigging."
With their mum watching the auditions and seeing one child go through, Calum admitted that it was "tough" for everyone.
"I've got big boots to fill, basically, from previous acts with golden buzzers," said the singer
"I was so ready to just be jumping around and screaming and things like that, but I was so conscious that my sister was there and the last thing I want to do was rub it in," he said. "So I was silently celebrating and then when my mum met me and my sister on the stairs, there was a lot of emotion there and a lot of tears."
As Simon's golden buzzer act, Calum, who sang a cover of Robyn's Dancing On My Own, has been propelled to the live semi-finals. The move has its ups and downs, Calum said.
"I'm backed by Simon and I got his golden buzzer, so I feel like that's a bit of an advantage for me," said Calum. "But definitely the pressure is on because I've got big boots to fill, basically, from previous acts with golden buzzers."
Calum Scott admitted it was "tough" going through after his sister Jade had received four rejections
Calum, who has previously auditioned on The X Factor and is part of a Maroon 5 tribute band called Maroon 4, saw his Twitter followers jump from 400 to over 25,000 followers after appearing on the TV show's first episode.
"The support since my audition has been completely overwhelming and my phone hasn't stopped!! I cannot thank you enough!! Massive love! X," he tweeted, before following it up with, "Wish I could thank every single one of you for this insane support in the last 24 hours! Absolutely buzzing! THANK YOU! x".