1997 年 生まれ。
- After a moment of hesitation, Jafargholi rallied and sang 's "", based upon the recording. His first audition song was a cover of the version of The Zutons song, "". Archived from on 22 April 2009. Broadcast director Andy Griffiths, said: "Shaheen will take centre stage in our bank holiday schedule. This performance was highly credited by the audience and the judges, earning a standing ovation. He appeared, un-credited, in , and a short film called Day at the Beach. A planned advert with ex-footballer was cancelled. Minor work includes UK touring productions of character — Son of Macduff , and choir. During the final on 30 May 2009, Jafargholi performed "Who's Lovin' You", the song which he had sung during his audition, and received a standing ovation from the audience. Minor TV appearances include , and in which he was involved in the celebration to switch on the Christmas lights in Swansea city centre in front of 30,000 people. A press release described "Last Train Home" as an "original string-soaked ballad with a nod to an era gone by", while "Hip Teens" is a cover of soul group Frank Popp's 2007 hit "Hip Teens Don't Wear Blue Jeans ". His performance was preceded by the eulogy from the song's writer,. He will present it himself, picking his favourite songs, talking about his experiences on the show and offering advice to other kids on how they can succeed. When the judges were about to choose the second place between Jafargholi and dance troupe MD Showgroup, Simon Cowell chose MD Showgroup, but Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan selected Jafargholi. The album was to be called When I Come of Age, and was said to be a mixture of original material and rare '60s soul covers. He had been originally invited to perform with Jackson in his series of London concerts. In November, it was announced that the single and album were being delayed until March 2011 "due to huge international interest and some exciting overseas opportunities", but to date they have never been released. Following Jafargholi's tribute, leaned forward and asked founder , "Who is that"? Archived from on 24 April 2009. He has also acted in the episode "" playing Danny — the child of a crazed gun-wielding father and took part in an episode of the medical drama series playing Christy Skinner, a patient with incurable hiccups. He later performed "" and "Who's Lovin' You" at the BBC Gala in Cardiff and the Live event at the in November 2009, as well as where he performed "I'll Be There", that aired a month later. In response, a spokesman for the show said: " Britain's Got Talent is open to everyone whether they are a professional or an amateur. Jafargholi's previous experience has led to criticism by some fans of Britain's Got Talent as they believe the competition should be open to amateurs only. A month later, he flew to Chicago to tape an episode of performing "Who's Lovin' You", which aired on 14 October. What Shaheen has done in the past has no bearing on his role on Britain's Got Talent. Archived from on 24 July 2010. Videos were shot for both tracks. In May 2016, Jafargholi joined the cast of the BBC , , portraying. Jafargholi has also toured on stage as a young in. He sang the song while being accompanied onstage by Dancers, and and Mitchell Craske from. His mother Karen Thomas is , while his father is. He has also performed as the genie of the lamp in Aladdin. On 29 September 2010, Jafargholi performed at the "Welcome to Wales" concert for the Jafargholi performed in the Britain's Got Talent tour where he performed "" by the Jackson 5. On 1 August 2018, it was announced that Jafargholi had joined the cast of as nurse. His character was two years later in May 2018 in a controversial knife-crime storyline where Shakil was stabbed and killed by a gang. A double A-side single of "Last Train Home", written by Vince Kidd and and produced by and "Hip Teens" also produced by O'Duffy was due to be released on 22 November 2010. Jafargholi has also taken part in advertisements for , and. Grandpa in my Pocket official website.