Bradley Bounces Back

He may have failed to win the X Factor but Merseyside teenager Bradley Johnson has proved he can bounce back.

The singer popped in to the Radio Clatterbridge studios today to promote his debut single Boomerang.

Bradley Johnson

Bradley made it through to the live finals of last year's programme with the Nu Vibe.

The group was disbanded after their elimination but Bradley, from Rainford, revealed that he was going solo and had signed a three-year record deal.

Paul Johnston meets Bradley Johnson

He spoke to Lunchtime Live presenter Paul Johnston about his experience on the X Factor and his hopes for the future.

Bradley has amassed two million views on YouTube, has over 33,000 followers on Twitter and secured a Number One hit with the other X Factor contestants, JLS and One Direction with Wishing On A Star. The single helped raise money for Claire House.

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