Bailey May joins pop group Now United

17 Nov – Singer and "Pinoy Big Brother" alum Bailey May has been announced as part of the global pop group Now United.

As reported on ABS-CBN, the confirmation was made by the British-Filipino singer himself on Instagram with a clip of the members dancing to RedOne and Daddy Yankee's "Boom Boom", and another clip of himself which he captioned, "dream come true."

Back in September, May hinted that he passed the audition by sharing a clip of the group, captioning it, "I'm so excited."

Created by Simon Fuller, creator of hit show "American Idol" and "Pop Idol", Now United is "a new interactive pop group for new generation" composed of "incredible young performers from all over the world."

The other 10 performers who are part of the 14-member group are Lamar from United Kingdom, Josh from Canada, Shivani from India, Heyoon from South Korea, Any from Brazil, Hina from Japan, Noah from USA, Diarra from Senegal, Joalin from Finland and Sofya from Russia.

(Photo Source: Bailey May Instagram)