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Ward had successful treatment and was indeed able to return to his singing career.In November 2006, he released his autobiography entitled My Story.The tour commenced in Dublin on 21 January and ended in Birmingham on 17 February 2007.After the completion of his successful debut tour, Ward's fourth single and first from his second album, "If That's OK with You" was given a release date of 20 August 2007, but was then delayed and became a double A-side single with "No U Hang Up".Ward's second single, "No Promises", a cover of a Bryan Rice song was released on 10 April 2006, and peaked at number two (behind "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley) in the UK Singles Chart.Shayne Ward, his self-titled debut album was released on 17 April 2006.To date, "That's My Goal" has sold over 1.3 million copies in the UK.Ward also won an Ivor Novello Award for being the Best Selling Single.
It spawned two hit singles: "No Promises" and "Stand by Me".It sold 201,266 copies in the first week and entered the albums chart at number one. It was confirmed in Gary Barlow's autobiography My Take, that in 2006, fellow Take That member, Jason Orange threatened to quit the band, and Ward was seriously considered as his replacement.To date, the album has sold 520,000 copies in the UK and a further 2,000,000 worldwide, reaching number one in eight other countries. Orange, however, later changed his mind and a replacement was not required.Ward quickly became the bookmakers' favourite to win the show, and after making it to the grand final, he defeated Simon Cowell's duo Journey South and Sharon Osbourne's over-25 singer Andy Abraham and was crowned as the winner of The X Factor 2005.He had not fallen into the bottom two throughout the entire competition, and won by a margin of 1.2% of the vote, out of a reported 10.8 million phone votes cast by viewers.