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Sunday, October 14, 2012

'A timeless goddess': X Factor favourite Ella Henderson stuns again as she hits the high notes in Minnie Riperton's classic

By EMILY SHERIDAN

Timeless goddess: Ella Henderson got high praise after performing Minnie Riperton's Lovin' You

She's already stunned the judges and the audience several times since her first X Factor auditions many months ago.
And on Saturday night, Ella Henderson pulled off another perfect performance as she hit the high notes of Minnie Riperton's classic Lovin' You.
The 16-year-old got a round of applause mid song as she hit the F-sharp descending - an incredibly difficult note to sing.

Hitting those high notes: Ella was accompanied by a pianist for the stripped down performance

Head judge Gary Barlow praised Ella for tackling such a challenging song: 'What a risk you took. The F-sharp descending. you completely nailed it. It paid off. Another great week for you.'
Nicole Scherzinger was full of praise for teen, who has previously moved her to tears: 'The difference between you and so many other artists is you are timeless and classic. You're a timeless goddess tonight.'

Fighting the nerves: Jahmene Douglas (left) sang Amy Winehouse's Tears Dry On Their Own while Christopher Maloney performed Heart's Alone

Louis Walsh tried to accuse her mentor Tulisa Contostavlos of trying to style her like Adele in her column Ted Baker dress, however the singer and her act insisted it was her own choice of outfit.
He said: 'It's so hard to believe you're only 16. You're a worldwide recording artist. I think your mentor has been looking at Adele and has been styling her that way.'

Autumn chic: Union J sang Leona Lewis's Bleeding Love

Ahead of her performance, Ella admitted she would find it hard to connect with the song because she's never been in love.
She denied speculation she was dating Union J's George Shelley, insisting they were 'best friends'.
The first performance of the night was Nicole's shy boy Jahmene Douglas, who managed a confident performance of Amy Winehouse's Tears Dry On Their Own, with a brief interlude of Ain't No Mountain High Enough.
Tulisa told the 21-year-old: 'You are looking very dapper tonight. I think the ladies are gonna be lining up after that.

Much better: Union J were pleased with the judges' reaction following less than stellar reviews the previous week

'It's so simple when it comes to you. It's all about the voice. I can't fault you on any performance so far. Amazing.'
Louis was full of praise: ' You're one of my favourites ever, ever, ever. I wanna see you do so well. You are amazing.'
Liverpool Over 28s singer Christopher Maloney was up next, with his version of Heart's Alone kicking off the feud between Gary and Louis.

Smart: The judges walked on stage at the beginning of the show







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