JACK Duff wowed Britain's Got Talent judges when he sang for them nine years ago as a young teen.
But now the talented singer, who hails from Ireland, is unrecognisable with tattoos across his body as he continues to carve out a career in music.
Back in 2013, at the age of 13, he auditioned on the ITV show with his school pal Cormac Connell.
With Cormac playing the guitar, they gave a near perfect rendition of Little Talks by Of Monsters and Men.
It ended with the crowd giving the duo a standing ovation and David Walliams describing their act as "One Direction meets Simon & Garfunkel".
Alesha Dixon described Jack's voice as "beautiful", before they progressed to they next round of the competition.
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At the semi-finals Jack was accompanied by Cormac as he sang I Knew You Were Trouble by Taylor Swift.
Unfortunately they missed out on a spot in the finals, which went to fellow teen singer Gabz.
Now at the age of 22, Jack is still treating his fans to music and often shares snaps of his tattooed torso on his Instagram page.
His collection includes the word 'Broken' just under his neck, a cherub brandishing a rifle and a rose with the Irish gaelic phrase 'dún do bheál' written across it – which translates as 'shut your mouth' in English.
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Back in 2016, Jack joined the boy band RoadTrip as a trial member and was later made a permanent fixture.
He later announced he was leaving the group – who found fame covering hit songs on their YouTube channel – in December 2019.
Jack also dated YouTuber Kirsty Belle Addison for some time before they broke up in 2019.
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