A SINGER from Bradwell took to the stage for the first time in a BBC show which is set to air on Saturday.

Michael Joslin, 21, has lived in Bradwell all his life, and has been singing for the past three years.

Now, Michael has been lucky enough to get a spot on BBC One’s All Together Now, with his show set to air on Saturday.

Michael’s appearance on the show follows that of Natalie Lomax from Mayland, who featured on last week’s episode.

He had been auditioning around for various productions and shows alongside his gigs, when he was lucky enough to be invited to audition for the show before Christmas.

Four auditions later and he was through to the televised show.

Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, the show sees a range of talented singers take to the stage to perform in front of the 100 - a unique panel of music experts and performers from all over the UK.

Each act is hoping to get as many of the 100 singing along with their performance as they can, because the more of the 100 who join in, the higher the act scores.

At the end of the series, the act with the highest overall score will walk away with a cash prize of £50,000.

Michael said: “It was a really great experience being on there, we filmed it a while ago now so to finally share with people is fantastic.

“It was my first time that I’d sung and performed on a proper stage, which was daunting but a lot of fun.

“And to have my first stage performance on a TV show was a huge bonus for someone only actively singing for three years.”

The show will air on Saturday evening on BBC One.