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The album also featured covers of old swing and vocal jazz classics, some of which were recorded by Frank Sinatra himself.
Quinn made British music history as he was the youngest male solo artist and the first person ever, to have a number one album without releasing a single.
The album became a critical and commercial success.
It entered the UK Album Chart at number one, and sold 127,000 copies in its first week of release, before being certified platinum.
‘Out of respect for the privacy of my family I don’t want to delve into my private life too much however what I will say is that our lives, after a period of time, have gone down separate paths,’ it read.
Ray also said that he would be continuing his UK tour and his new single, which seems an odd detail to add to a statement about splitting from your wife if you ask us.
Murray's featured storylines on the programme included bullying and murder.
The child killing became a controversial subject on television and in the media, to which some people have called it one of the most shocking storylines in British television history.
Ray won the fourth series of Dancing on Ice in 2009 and the final 'All Stars' series in 2014.
In week five, he was placed in the bottom two against Nikitta Angus, but survived elimination.
He managed to progress through the competition up to week 10, where he was the series runner-up, losing to eventual winner Leona Lewis.
He also appeared in the episode "The Singing Cactus" for the BBC series, The Afternoon Play as John Reilly, who grieves after his mother's death and flees into his own world with his "singing cactus".
Quinn rose to further prominence when he auditioned for the third series of The X Factor, singing a medley of "Ain't That a Kick in the Head? Prior to appearing on the show, he was a performing arts student at the Merseyside Dance and Drama College, where he previously received some vocal training.
Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne, in the earlier stages of the competition, queried him over his ability as a pure singer rather than a 'song-and-dance' man.