Last year he was chosen to represent the UK in carrying the Queen's Baton for the Commonwealth Games, and singer-songwriter Jason Warner, best known as Jsky, is now aiming to empower others with a new anthem about self-worth.
The BBC Radio Manchester presenter, from Bury, was proud last summer to carry the baton as part of The Queen’s Baton Relay. Pride of Manchester judge Jsky carried the baton for the UK in the north west leg of the baton's journey which began in October 2021 with the late Queen Elizabeth II placing her message to the Commonwealth into the baton.
It was carried across the country by inspirational baton bearers, each with incredible stories. They were selected in all nine regions of England and reflected the diversity in communities across the country, a feat Jsky chose to do in heels to "show the power of femininity" and promote "pride visibility".
He was selected for his contribution to the arts, charity and for inspiring through fashion and the media. He became the first to ever to participate in heels since the first Queen's Baton Relay in 1958. READ MORE: Stacey Solomon told 'this is so refreshing' as she shares bikini snaps from family holiday and says 'I'm so grateful for my body' The Naked Beach and First Dates star ran just over 200m from the Lowry Theatre to the BBC at Quay House at MediaCityUK in Salford in a pair of strappy white high heels.