1. Will Young came in fifth place in World Idol performing the single "Light My Fire" written by the band the Doors.
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9. Will Young took a work experience position at Sony Records to gain insight into the music industry.
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12. On 29 May 1999, Will Young appeared on the programme and performed a short rendition of the Jackson 5 song, I'll Be There, in front of a panel of judges that included Simon Cowell, an artists and repertoire executive at BMG, and Kate Thornton, a former editor of Smash Hits, turned television presenter.
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19. In October 2006, Will Young sang at Nitin Sawhney's concert in the BBC Electric Proms series of concerts.
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30. Will Young undertook a 23 date UK tour including 2 nights at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire in Autumn 2011.
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35. Will Young was awarded the What's on Stage award for London Newcomer of the Year.
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39. In November 2004, Will Young presented a documentary entitled Runaways as part of the Children in Need campaign, highlighting the problems facing distressed teens who run away from home, and the plight they were in being picked up off the streets and railway stations by pimps who offered them work and drugs.
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49. Will Young confirmed on 1 September 2020 during BBC2's Newsnight interview that his new book To Be a Gay Man would be published by Virgin Books on 3 September 2020.
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