A WORKINGTON teen has fulfilled a life-long ambition of singing at the Palladium, when he auditioned for Britain's Got Talent earlier this year.

Logan Paul Murphy, also known as the 'Beatles Boy', appeared at the Palladium to audition for the hit ITV show.

Despite getting four 'yes's from judges including David Walliams, Logan didn't make it to the semi-final stage of the competition - with Alesha Dixon suggesting he may be 'a bit of a one trick pony'.

On his social media, Logan said: "I sang and played an eleven song Beatles medley on piano to a standing ovation from a capacity crowd and four 'yes's from the celebrity judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.

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"The comments from the judges were all good but Alesha was worried that maybe I was a bit of a one trick pony and would only be able to sing Beatles songs.

"Unfortunately I didn't make it to the live semi-finals. And unfortunately the show decided not to use my audition on TV."

However, the talented 15-year-old was not phased by this, rather being delighted he has had the ability to play on a stage that his idols the Beatles once performed on.

He said: "I travelled to London at the age of 15 and made one of my dreams come true to play at The London Palladium, the same stage many of my heroes played on - including The Beatles.

"I enjoyed my day and met lots of lovely people including Ant and Dec and got to see what goes on behind the scenes in making a TV show.

"Good luck to all the finalists."