The London youth worker was chosen by judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw to join the Six Chair Challenge, where she was knocked out in the 2014 series.
The teacher, who worked at Wellington worldwide School, moved back to the United Kingdom last month to take on her singing career and it definitely worked out for her.
Cheryl and Rita Ora also found themselves on opposing sides with boyband The First Kings’ version of Just Be Good To Me, originally sung by The SOS Band. It was so overwhelming and emotional for me on stage.
Ahead of his reggae-inspired performance, he told the judges: “If you’re looking for a different kind of seasoning or a different kind of flavour, I feel I’m that kind of flavour”.
Cowell will be mentoring the Overs, which include backing singer Anton Stephans, Leeds resident Bupsi, soulful Jennifer Phillips and Irishman Joseph McCaul.
“I think I’m low maintenance, but maybe I’m deluded”, she added. You’d never be allowed to say to somebody, ‘Oh, you look a bit fat.’ And being overweight is unhealthy – it’s actually a bad message to tell someone who is obese that they look “curvy” or “great”.
‘I know my environment isn’t easy – my day gets planned out in advance all the time, so I’m like “Oh, actually change that. We can’t meet tonight”.
Cheryl captioned her Instagram photo: “I usually do not discuss my personal life but to stop the speculation I want to share my happy news”. You’ve got to face up to these things.
The 17th annual Daily Mirror’s Pride of Britain – hosted by Carol Vorderman and featuring David Beckham and Cheryl – airs Thursday night (October 1) at 8pm on ITV. But he knows he was in the wrong now’. But I save it for the big things – I never lose it over the toilet seat being left up, ‘ she explains. “And I love Marmite too, which has B vitamins in it”. “But as time goes on, especially on holiday, I like to be barefaced, so I can differentiate from work”. It was making us ill with stress and worry.