Former student of Walthamstow's Sir George Monoux College wins The Voice

Jermain Jackman has won The Voice 2014

Jermain Jackman has won The Voice 2014

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A former Sir George Monoux College student gained national acclaim last night after winning the BBC TV programme The Voice.

Jermain Jackman, the Labour Party youth coordinator for Hackey, graduated from the Walthamstow college last year.

The 19-year-old is the first man to win the competition and he has landed a major record deal.

He won the public vote after performing Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus and Pure Imagination from the 1971 Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory film.

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12:06pm Sun 6 Apr 14

Howard Wolowitz says...

Congratulations from an Old Monovian.
Congratulations from an Old Monovian. Howard Wolowitz
  • Score: 6

12:11pm Sun 6 Apr 14

SpursSupporter1 says...

Congratulations too you young man, watched the programme and you sounded fantastic the right person won, may you have a long and happy career in the buisness
Congratulations too you young man, watched the programme and you sounded fantastic the right person won, may you have a long and happy career in the buisness SpursSupporter1
  • Score: 9

2:26pm Mon 7 Apr 14

cynicalsue says...

That final performance had 'winner' written all over it. Well done to him and what a nice chap he seems too!
That final performance had 'winner' written all over it. Well done to him and what a nice chap he seems too! cynicalsue
  • Score: 5

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