This is why you should always pay attention to buskers

We’ve all done it - rushed through Grafton Street on a busy Saturday afternoon, heard an amazing busker outside BTs but didn’t take the time stop.

Well, you will after you hear who was casually busking in Waterloo station over the weekend.

This is why you should always pay attention to buskers

None other than the comeback king, James Arthur.

Going by the name of Willy, the X-Factor winner donned a long white beard and prosthetic mask to disguise himself from the crowds.

He serenaded commuters with his current number one single Won’t let go as well as songs from his new album Back From The Edge.

Without forgetting his X-Factor single Impossible.

We'll never pass a busker the same again.


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