Lucie Jones was a contestant on the 6th series of the UK talent show, The X Factor, in 2009. On her first audition, she won over the judges and the live audience with a stirring version of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" earning herself a standing ovation by the live audience, and 4 yeses from the judges to move her into the bootcamp stage of auditions. In bootcamp she sang Christina Aguilera's "Hurt" and once again wowed the judges, and found herself moving onto the final stage of auditions, where she was picked to be in Dannii Minogue's top 3 girls for the live shows.
Chenai was the 9th place finalist on the second series of British The X Factor. http://www.myspace.com/chenaimusic
There are various artists with the same name: 1. James Michael (born on September 26, 1968 in Holland, Michigan) is an American record producer, songwriter and musician best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist for Sixx:A.M. (which features Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe and Dj Ashba of Guns N' Roses, formerly of Beautiful Creatures). With Sixx:A.M., he released The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack as well as the Live Is Beautiful EP while his debut solo album, titled Inhale, was released in 2000.
Kitty Brucknell is a British singer. She was born in 1984. (age 26) in Cheltenham. She is one of the British X Factor 2011 contestants. The show is still in the air and she is in the top 7. Her favorite artists are Adam Lambert, Cher, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga. On the auditions, she sang Lady Gaga's "The Edge of Glory" and after that perfomance become a real pop star.
Jamie Archer is an 34-year-old musician, also known as 'Jamie 'Afro', who has been gigging for over eight years. When he was 10, he watched Jimi Hendrix perform in concert - he knew right then that he wanted to be a musician. He got through to the live shows of Series 6 of the X Factor (2009), under mentor Simon Cowell, where he finished in 7th place.
Lisa Hordijk ( stage name: Lisa Lois) (born in Wageningen, Netherlands, June 22, 1987) is a Dutch singer and winner of the second season of X Factor. Her debut single, a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" went straight to number one in the Dutch Top 40. Before Lisa participated in X Factor she was in a band called Left Lane Lisa which was quite popular in her hometown and in some other parts of the Netherlands.
Matt Cardle (born circa 1983), resident in Little Maplestead in Essex, is an English singer. On 12 December 2010, he won the seventh series of the ITV television programme The X Factor winning a £1m recording contract to Syco Music owned by Sony Music Entertainment, finishing ahead of Rebecca Ferguson. His cover of Biffy Clyro song "Many Of Horror", renamed "When We Collide", was released immediately after winning the contest.
Lloyd Daniels (born 14 December 1992), is the youngest act in the sixth series of The X-Factor. He comes from Wales and, in his first audition in Cardiff, Cheryl Cole described him as "the first person to actually have the X Factor this year". Cheryl proceeded to select Lloyd as one of her top 3 finalists in her Boys category. He began the live shows by performing fairly consistently despite some questionable song choices by Cheryl Cole.
Misha Bryan (born 10 February 1992 in Manchester), known as misha b, is a British singer-songwriter, rapper and recording artist who came to national attention when she auditioned for the 2011 series of the The X Factor (UK) with Aretha Franklin's Respect, complete with a rap break. She was described as "one of the most exciting singers to emerge from the show" Music-News.com while The Daily Telegraph picked her first performance as one of the highlights of the series, saying she "oozed star quality from the start.