WORCESTER’S Pavarotti Luke Swatman has appeared on Good Morning Britain.

Mr Swatman, of Bromyard Road, was a guest on the show this morning (Wednesday, June 13).

Previously, Mr Swatman left regulars at the Eagle Vaults pub, in Friar Street, Worcester, speechless after his rendition of Pavarotti’s Nessun Dorma.

His performance, which had been filmed, was uploaded onto Facebook and soon went viral.

Speaking to the Worcester News, the 34-year-old said: “It was lovely on Good Morning Britain. The crew were fantastic- so friendly and welcoming. Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid were really amazing. It just doesn’t feel real.

“It is a fantastic experience - it is all happening so quickly. Everyone has been so supportive, especially the Eagle Vaults.”

He added: “It was an absolute honour to meet Stephen Hawking’s daughter (Lucy Hawking).”

Posting after his appearance on Twitter, he said: “Can’t thank everyone enough for the incredible support.”

Since the video was posted online, he grabbed national and international media attention.

Mr Swatman started taking singing classes when he was six-years-old and had tuition for an hour a week until his early 20s.

He then took some time off before resuming his lessons at the Elgar School of Music.

Mr Swatman said: “Of course it is a childhood dream to take it on fulltime but you need a break and the type of money that you can support yourself.”

He moved to the city about one and half years ago. He is now in talks about various exposure opportunity including possible further coverage with Good Morning Britain and The Sun. Mr Swatman works as a commercial controller for a traffic management firm.