Britian’s Got Talent Controversy: Jack Pack are Pros

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Britain’s Got Talent contestants Jack Pack claimed they never performed live, but individual members have, bringing more controversy to the 2014 competition series. Viewers are getting disillusioned, thinking that they are watching raw, undeveloped talent when in fact they are watching groomed professionals in some cases.

Jack Pack

Britain’s Got Talent favourites The Jack Pack are actually a bunch of fully fledged singers, it has emerged.

The boyband claimed they’d never performed in public when they took to the stage on Saturday night’s show but one member has even supported the likes of Westlife on tour.

‘Bartender’ Adam Chandler reached The X Factor’s live finals in 2007 as part of boyband Futureproof.

The group were part of The X Factor tour and also supported the Sugababes, Tom Jones, Blue and Boys II Men, according to The Sun.

However Adam told the judges that he found singing for the BGT audience ‘nerve-racking’.

Prior to their audition he said: ‘It dawned on us when we approached the venue today, because a few of us have seen big acts here, and as you approach it you think actually I remember how big the stage was, and how many people are in the audience.’

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Britain’s Got Talent is full of controversy this year. Are we watching raw, undeveloped talent or are we watching groomed professionals? Sometimes, it’s both! However the show does stipulate that non-professionals only can complete. Let’s see how the show’s bosses handle this latest controversy.

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