The gifted singer first came onto the scene during his audition on Britain's Got Talent with his iconic rendition of Robyn's "Dancing On My Own."
"I can't describe how it makes me feel, because I never knew on that day what would unfold. The blowing head emoji... that's all I have," Scott said.
Scott has had an eventful year so far with a slew of hit singles, including his recent Pride Month rendition of Greg Holden's "Boys In The Street."
"I'm so excited about Pride. All's I ever want to do as a songwriter is just help people, move people, try and make a difference. We're on this planet for such a small amount of time. They tell me their stories, they've told me that it's helped them come out to their families and be more confident in themselves. It's so encouraging to hear that kind of feedback."
Now, the star has just released his sophomore album Bridges and he's hitting the road across the US this fall.
"I'm going to be an emotional wreck in 2023 after these shows. [There's] emotion by the bucketload. Tears, crying, emotion overload. I think this second album has really showcased different aspects of my voice, so I think I'm going to be able to enhance my shows from what they were. I've always wanted to help people. In music, it's the universal language. This album helped me become who I am and made me feel more confident with who I am."
Bridges is available now and fans can check out tour dates here.