He dazzled audiences around the world with former boy band Blue but since their split in 2004, Duncan James proved he was only scratching the surface of his career.
Skating his way into the final of Dancing on Ice and scooping the role of slick lawyer Billy Flynn in the hit West-end musical Chicago, Duncan is now returning to perform a one-off intimate gig.
The heart throb will be performing the familiar R'n'B infused pop hits that shot Blue onto the music scene in the noughties as well as new solo tracks at the stylish 1940s themed Pigalle Club in Piccadilly on Sunday December 14.
For one night only, Duncan is set to turn the heat up at The Pigalle Club which has showcased high profile acts such as Van Morrison and Duffy and seen celebrities such as Beyonce and Orlando Bloom hit the chic cabaret supper spot.
As one quarter of the successful former band Blue, Duncan and the boys were two-time Brit award winners selling 13 million records since they stormed the charts with their single 'All Rise' in 2001.
The foursome including Lee Ryan, Simon Webbe and Antony Costa soulfully collaborated with Stevie Wonder on 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' and duetted with the acclaimed Elton John for 'Sorry Seems to be the hardest word' before the band separated to pursue solo careers.
In 2005, Duncan recorded a duet with opera singer Keedie and 'I believe my heart' reached number two in the charts despite his pour album sales of 'Future Past'.
His savvy performance of corrupt lawyer Billy Flynn at the Cambridge theatre was extended to include summer 2007 and between December and February this year.
Despite suffering back injuries during training of Dancing on Ice, Duncan went on to claim third place in the competition and took part in the sell out UK tour.
With regular slots on The National Lottery and GMTV's Entertainment Today, the 30-year-old is set to star in a Channel 4 sitcom 'Plus One' to be aired in January 2009 and is currently filming a new show for ITV.
But with all his TV appearances set for the New Year, the audience will expect nothing less than an 'All rise' performance as the singer goes back to his routes on centre stage this weekend.
Tickets cost £55 for dinner and show or £20 standing. Doors open at 7pm.
For tickets call 0871 230 0010, for further information call 020 7644 1420 or visit www.thepigalleclub.com
The Pigalle Club, 215 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HN.