Could new music be on the way from Britain’s Got Talent star Ronan Parke?
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A teenage singing sensation from Poringland looks set to make a big impact on the music industry in 2018.
Ronan Parke, who came runner-up in the fifth series of Britain's Got Talent, rose to fame on the ITV show in 2011 aged only 12.
His self-titled debut album was released shortly after in the UK, followed by EPs and various singles between 2012 and 2013.
In 2014 he announced he would be leaving his record label (AD Records) and since then fans have been desperately seeking new music from the 19-year-old.
Now it seems their wishes may have come true.
Last week the singer shared a new cover video of John Lennon's Imagine on social media.
Support for the video flooded in, with many hoping it was a sign of a comeback for the former Framlingham Earl High School pupil.
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Mark Genrich said: 'It's great to see Ronan Parke singing again. Such a very talented performer. I can see a big future ahead for Ronan. His latest cover of Imagine shows his amazing vocals. So good to see him back performing again.'
Danny Lavery wrote: 'More videos. More live performances. A sign of bigger things to come after a few years break?'
Following the response, Ronan tweeted: 'I want to say thank you for the support with this video. I'm excited for 2018 and your support means the world to me.'
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