X Factor winner James takes city by storm

Wednesday 02 January 2013 Updated: 03/01 15:14

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CHART-TOPPER James Arthur reminded fans in Worcester of the powerful singing talent which helped him win the X Factor with a storming festive performance at Tramps nightclub.

Thrilled revellers packed out the club to see him perform a string of hits including Sexy and I know it by LMFAO, Call my name by Cheryl Cole and his own debut single Impossible which is currently riding high at number one in the UK charts.

Mr Arthur also spent time mingling with his fans, many of whom grabbed the chance to have their photo taken with the 24 year old.

Tramps director Dean Hill said: "James was energetic and vibrant on and off stage and deserved to be crowned the X Factor winner 2012. He was stunned by the crowd and what Tramps had to offer and happily participated in photo opportunities with fans after the event. He was a pleasure to have at the venue."

"We knew by the advanced tickets sales that it was going to be popular having James perform but the night and his set exceeded all expectations!"

The night also helped to raise funds for Acorns Children's Hospice which is one of the charities set to benefit from sales of his chart-topping single.

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