12-year-old Ronan Parke says he can't wait to perform at the O2 on the Britain's Got Talent tour

Ronan Parke

The Britain's Got Talent 2011 live tour kicks off this Saturday and 12-yuer-old Ronan Parke has said he can't wait. The runner up in last week's final will be joined by winner Jai McDowall and the rest of the top 10 finalists on the live show, which will last for one month as it visits venues across the country.

"It is my dream to perform at the O2 Arena. I have seen Beyonce and Lady GaGa there and now I am going to be on the same stage which is amazing," Ronan told The Sun today.

"I really cannot wait. I think it is going to be really exciting. It will be great to be with all the other amazing acts too. I was quite sad when the competition was over because we all built up a great relationship, but now the tour is here it is great for us to hang out together."

The show kicks off in Newcastle at the weekend before visiting Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Nottingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, Brighton, Sheffield, Birmingham and Bournemouth.

Meanwhile, Simon plans has confirmed reports he is set to hand Ronan a £1 million recording contract, saying: "I think we could do something. He's got something special."

Ronan added: "I've always wanted to be a superstar. I just can't wait to get up on stage and sing again."

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