Paul Manners has landed his first film role in 'Dead Ringer', due to be released on Monday 17th September 2018. He ironically plays a character called Simon (referring to Simon Cowell who buzzed him during his Britain's Got Talent audition in 2015) alongside a star cast including, Sinitta, Tom Zanetti, Ricky Rayment, Tom Sizemore, Luke White, Amar Adatia and many more. Simon is member of tribute band 'Dive', in which their lead singer (played by Luke White) is an exact lookalike to the lead singer in the pop group 'D5'.
My debut big screen appearance in #DeadRingerFilm will be released on 17th September online and in all good retail stores. Awesome film and looking forward to attending the premiere next month. pic.twitter.com/qgAePcOJJf
Mason Jordan interviews Britain's Got Talent star Paul Manners in an exclusive for 93.7 Express FM Portsmouth. This was aired on Monday 31st July 2018, courtesy of Darren Gamblen. Paul talks about what's happened three years after the show and the newly anticipated remix of 'Hold You In My Arms', which was done by Dual Nature Records; to which he has signed a recording contract with.
The Britain's Got Talent star has landed a record deal on the day his mum died. The "cult icon" as quoted by Somerset: Live has signed a two year deal with Dual Nature Records. "Its only taken 3 years" he states on his social media accounts when the announcement was made. According to the label's website, the only releases that have been announced are 'The One I Adore' and the Britain's Got Talent anthem (of which Paul Manners famously forgot the words to) 'Hold You In My Arms'.
The announcement has been liked by other stars including X-Factor's Stevi Ritchie and TOWIE's Gemma Collins.
Its only taken 3 years 🙈 I’m delighted to officially announce that I’ve signed a 2 year record deal with Dual Nature Records.
The entertainer appeared on Britain's Got Talent in 2015 and became a cult icon among the talent show's fans.
One of Britain’s Got Talent most famous contestants is open to returning to Bridgwater Carnival after his appearance last weekend (November 4). Songwriter and entertainer Paul Manners appeared on the Cornhill Stage with X Factor finalist Stevi Ritchie before performing in front of the main charity float in the Carnival procession. The entertainer appeared on the ITV show in 2015 and became a cult icon among the talent show's fans but unfortunately did not make the live semi-finals.
Paul Manners was interviewed on the red carpet during the Dangerous Game premiere in London's Haymarket. He dropped two big exclusive announcements during the interview, one involving X-Factor's Stevi Ritchie.
Paul Manners has been nominated for the celebrity of the year award at The National Diversity Awards 2017 for his recognition in charity work.
The Breathtaking Liverpool Anglican Cathedral will play host to this year’s awards, to be held on 08th September. Britain’s most inspirational and selﬂess people will come together to honour the rich tapestry of our nation, recognising individuals and groups from grass roots communities. The prestigious black tie event recognises nominees in their respective ﬁelds of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation.
Paul Manners (born February 25, 1984), is an English singer, songwriter, keyboardist, producer, sound engineer host and DJ. Born in Northwick Park Hospital, Brent and raised in Harrow (London, United Kingdom), Paul primarily studied at Park High School and attended Thames Valley University. His first and middle school was St. John's Church of England in Stanmore. In January 2014 Paul had appeared on 'The Only Way Is Essex' on ITV 2, gaining the support of Gemma Collins. He was already supported by good friends James Locke and Daniel Osborne, of which he met through twitter and taking part in celebrity football matches for various charities. In September 2014, Paul provided the entertainment alongside Chris Andre at Danny & Sunny Andre's wedding in Cyprus; resulting being mentioned in October's edition of OK! Magazine and gaining wonderful support/friendship with the entire Andre family, including Peter Andre. He was featured on Britain's Got Talent as a contestant which was aired on Saturday 25th April 2015, ITV 1 performing "Hold You In My Arms". During the performance he famously forgot his own words but ended with a standing ovation; bringing back the phrase "whoop whoop". He received three yeses (from David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden) and won a record deal with David Walliams; but did not get past the next round into the semi-finals. 11.9 million people tuned in to watch this episode, which overtook Eastenders: Live as the most watched television programme. Being drafted as the reserve act for the finals to include signing a pre-contract with Syco/Sony, Paul attended live rehearsals at Thames Television headquarters in London. Since not reaching the finals, a massive uproar was introduced by fans as the show was not the same without him. This was explained by Paul in many interviews. In May, Peter Andre has written an article in New! Magazine stating "Yes, I'm a fan". In 2016 Paul became a celebrity patron of 'Stacey's Smiles', in memory of Stacey Mowle. On the 3rd May saw his appearance alongside his father, Derek on ITV's Judge Rinder; gaining the support of The Sun newspaper. Friday 1st July saw an important day for him, signing a recording single-deal contract with CO Records UK at The Dorchester, London. In 2017 he joined DeeVu records which will see the release of a new song and remix of 'Hold You In My Arms' plus an album. He has helped raise thousands of pounds for numerous charities and continues to be an established favourite to the public.
Microsoft and Direct Line are Headline sponsors of the UK’s largest diversity awards, attracting a growing list of supporters including Sir Lenny Henry, Graham Norton and Katie Piper. Olympic Diver Tom Daley said, 'The National Diversity Awards is a true celebration. A celebration of role models and community organisations who are having a huge impact on people lives. Everybody who has been nominated and shortlisted is striving towards making society better for everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, faith, religion, sexual orientation or disability. I would like to wish all nominees the very best of luck at this year’s National Diversity Awards'. Hollyoaks star Annie Wallace and autism campaigner Aston Avery received accolades at last year’s ceremony alongside a host of incredible award winners.
With support from national Cheerleaders, Mermaids were commended in 2016 for providing incredible support to more than 1000 children and teenagers each year with gender identity issues. And ‘Voice of Nations’ founder Dr. Sylvia Forchap-Likambi was applauded for empowering thousands of disadvantaged women and girls worldwide.
Aim Academy, Black Cultural Archives, and Channel 4 were also recognised amongst some of the UK’s most inspiring role models, community organisations and inclusive employers. The National Diversity Awards receives over 20,000 nominations and votes annually. Founder & CEO Paul Sesay said, ‘Unlocking Britain’s diverse talent and rewarding unsung champions remains at the heart of these awards. As we enter our 6th year, I know there are still so many game changers who remain unnoticed and unheard. We aim to provide a platform for those who have the passion and determination to spread the positive message of inclusivity. I look forward to learning about this year’s nominees and witnessing their spectacular journeys.’ Nominations are now open and close June 09th 2017 - so don’t miss out on your chance to get involved! Shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date.
To nominate Paul Manners please visit: nominate.nationaldiversityawards.co.uk Or for a nomination form please email: firstname.lastname@example.org