Shayne Thomas Ward Born: 1984/10/16
Birth Place: Clayton, Manchester, England
Years Active: 2002-present
Shayne Thomas Ward (born 16 October 1984 in Manchester, England) is an English pop singer, who rose to fame as the winner of second series of ''The X Factor''. He has had number one albums and singles in the UK and Ireland. During ''The X Factor'' competition, Ward was mentored by manager Louis Walsh. The Bookies' favourite to win the show, he defeated duo Journey South and singer Andy Abraham in the final screened by ITV1 by a margin of 1.2% of the vote, out of a reputed 10.8 million phone votes cast by viewers (since the programme was watched by an audience averaging 9.2 million people, it is likely that some viewers cast multiple votes for all finalists). His first single, "That's My...
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