02:30AM, Thursday 12 June 2014
Swing king Andrew Bourn was 'thrilled' with his group's performance in the Britain's Got Talent final as they finished in fourth place.
The dad-of-two from Wooburn Green led Jack Pack in their performance of 'Feeling Good' which saw judge Amanda Holden tell the quartet they had stolen Michael Bublé's crown during Saturday's live finale.
The group had stormed their way through the competition and were among the favourites to win.
After their final performance, music giant Simon Cowell said: "It was by any standard, forget this competition, an outstanding performance."
Andrew, 32, said: "It's been so, so nerve wracking. I am more nervous than I have ever been.
"We are thrilled with the comments, thrilled with the performance and thrilled to be here.
"It's been an incredible journey."
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