Introducing Jamie - find out what Arlene and Bruno really think.
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27 year old Jamie left his family home in Birmingham at the age of 12 to move to Liverpool to join the Elliot Clark Performing Arts School in the city. "It was really difficult leaving home at that age, but I knew that that was what I wanted to do. I lived with a family in Liverpool during this period of my life and it was very difficult because the family were very different to my own and the first year was particularly hard for me."
He persevered though and then when he was 16, moved to Coventry where he started a three year course in performing arts and succeeded with flying colours. After college, Jamie joined a boy band called Jump the Lights. "The band only lasted about six months and I never actually got to do any singing, the music was so cheesy and I think that they only wanted me because I could dance. It soon fizzled out and I really felt like I had wasted my time."
Jamie's mum says "as a child, Jamie was so full of energy that he used to do cartwheels down the supermarket aisles." She decided to take him along to her keep fit classes to help him burn off some of that energy. It was here that a dance teacher noticed his potential and introduced him to dance lessons. From an early age Jamie was winning dance titles such as 'Disco Kid UK', 'Mediterranean Champion' and 'World Champion'.
Jamie only auditioned for DanceX because his friend wanted to apply but didn't want to go to the audition by herself. So Jamie came along too and decided to give it a go.
Jamie's recent work has included a two year world tour with a dance show called 'Spirit Of The Dance'.
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