This week, Bradley Johnson from Emmerdale dazzled onlookers by showcasing his buried singing talent.
On Monday, the ECHO attended a celebration at the well-known made-up community in honor of the program’s 50th anniversary. The celebrations unexpectedly came to an end with a concert in front of the Woolpack bar.
Bradley was introduced to the audience by Mark Charnock, who plays Marlon Dingle on the soap opera. Bradley, who is well-known for playing Vinny Dingle on Emmerdale, joined the cast in 2019.
Bradley had a challenging time portraying Vinny during a trying time in the show because he was one of the characters taken hostage by the evil Meena Jutla.
However, his ITV soap opera character has lately experienced happy times after getting married to Liv Flaherty.
In addition to his acting skills, Bradley also has a fantastic singing voice outside of the Yorkshire Dales. On Monday, he delighted the audience by performing cover versions of timeless songs by The Real Thing and Stevie Wonder.
Bradley has made previous television appearances before his tenure on Emmerdale. He submitted an application for the BBC talent competition Let it Shine because of his amazing singing voice.
The Band, a musical containing Take That songs, was the subject of the 2017 television program, which sought to cast exceptional individuals in the lead roles.
Bradley impressed judges Martin Kemp, Dannii Minogue, and Gary Barlow with his rendition of Bring Him Home from Les Miserables.
The soap opera star advanced all the way to the finals but came in second. He keeps posting videos of himself singing on his Instagram page and has received accolades from celebs like Lorraine Kelly for a wonderful performance of Randy Newman’s song You Got A Friend in Me.
In a conversation with Bradley on her own chat show, she said: “Bradley, what a great performance. You can sing, of course; we heard it on the Gary Barlow show, where you ended up performing. It was fantastic.”