The Britain's Got Talent 2024 runner up spoke to a correspondent from ITV Granada Reports about his ‘whirlwind’ experience.

The Cumbrian magician who enchanted his audience and impressed judge, Simon Cowell was interviewed and invited to the studio.

Jack Rhodes, who lives in Ulverston, revealed he was ‘glad to be home’ after all the craziness of appearing on television screens across the country.

Standing in front of the Laurel and Hardy statue, outside The Coronation Hall, Jack spoke about the ‘madness’ of the last few weeks.

Speaking about his experience on the show, Jack said he is still ‘buzzing’ after his stint on stage and that making it to the final two was ‘amazing’.

The former nuclear engineer lost out to Singer Sydnie Christmas who was crowned Britain’s Got Talent winner on June 3.

While it’s nice to hear people say he should have won, Jack said Sydnie deserved first place after she ‘absolutely blew the house down’.

Jack revealed he has spoken to Sydnie since the end of the show and confirmed there was no ‘snubbing’ on stage, despite what some people have said and accused the singer of.

During his interview, one enthusiastic resident stopped her car in the street to tell Jack how she thought he deserved to be named the Britain’s Got Talent Winner.

When asked if he would be moving to London, Jack said: "I like it here in Ulverston, people say hello, people shout at you from the car, you don't get that in London."

The magic man shared that his plans for the future include a UK tour of his live show 'Part-Time Wizard, Full-Time Moron' which will kick off in London in October 2024 and arrive in Manchester on Sunday November 3.

Jack then appeared in the studio with Gamal Fahnbulleh and Lucy Meacock, where he demonstrated a bit of up-close magic, using only a deck of cards.

Jack’s Granada appearance aired at 8:27pm, on Monday June 10.