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- Me, Myself, and I
- 18-year-old Lucie from Pentrych in Wales loves where she lives - but dreams of breaking out of the little village to make it big. Only four people stand in the way of her dream - will they deny Lucy her dream?
Lucie wowed the judges in her first audition to I will always love you, a very hard song to sing and she bloody pulled it off.
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So we’re beginning to get used to the new show format, we’ve reacquainted ourselves with the things we know and love about The X Factor, namely the jaw-droppingly good and toe-curlingly bad auditions… but what’s been lacking in the first two shows is dancing.
That’s right dancing. And if you were after a spot of freakish, unbridled dancing; from people who really should know better, then the opening of tonight’s show was just for you.
First up was Alan Busby the dancing equivalent of a broken watch, followed by high-kicking Tom Idelson, Gurdip and his dad dancing, plus a gyrating cowboy. So far, so bad.
Then things took a turn for the better when teenage rugby player Daniel Williams took to the stage and put a smile back on the judges' faces with his cover of Let It Be by The Beatles... and the mood was further lifted by Ashanti Webb.
But the ray of sunshine we had all been waiting for breezed onstage in the shape of 18-year-old Lucie Jones, who blew the judges away with her stunning rendition of Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You.
“That was my favourite performance of the day,” beamed Cheryl: “I don’t think you realise how amazing you are!”
These sentiments were echoed by the other judges, with Simon emphatically proclaiming: “This is why we come to Wales!”
High praise indeed… but how will the second half of the show measure up?
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