Kevin Simm has admitted chart glory won't be a sure thing despite his win on The Voice.
Some former winners of the show have failed to hit the big time - even the first winner Leanne Mitchell didn't make much of a splash, with her debut album limping to just number 134 in the charts.
And Kevin told the Daily Mirror he knows his own single will be "a gamble".
-- Kevin Simm (@Kevsimmx) April 9, 2016
"You know there are no guarantees," he said.
"You have to work hard to try and make it work. Nobody I met during my time on The Voice wanted to be famous - they did it because they love singing.
"It's always going to be a gamble at the end of the day whether it works out or not."
Kevin, 35, originally found fame in 2001 with the band Liberty X.