Tuesday, 2 June, 2020

X Factor 2015: Louisa Johnson crowned the winner, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie are runner up!

Louisa Johnson has become the winner of X Factor 2015, with Reggie ‘N’ Bollie finishing in 2nd place.

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Che Chesterman, Louisa Johnson and Reggie ‘N’ Bollie all made it to the final, after Lauren Murray narrowly missed out in a place in the final three. Sadly, yesterday Che Chesterman left the competition after finishing in third place.

No one could have called who was going to win, after both contestants performed to the best of their ability, but in the end it was Louisa Johnson who received the most votes and takes home the record deal with Simon’s record label Syco.

Both contestants have sung their favourite track, a celebrity duet and on their respective winner’s singles.

Simon Cowell has confirmed that 100% of all profits from the winners single will be donated to children’s charities Shooting Star Chase and Together for Short Lives.

Bob Dylan’s Forever Young song is available to download now on iTunes.

Reggie ‘N’ Bollie has finished in 2nd place and spoke of their time in the competition: “We came here empty handed and we leave fully loaded.”

Their mentor Cheryl also spoke about their journey: “They’ve been incredible, Louisa’s win was truly deserved”

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Louisa Johnson has become the winner of The X Factor 2015 and also spoke about their time on the show and how happy they were to win: “You have no idea how much this means to me, thank you so much!”

Their mentor Rita also expressed their glee: “Can i say thank you to everyone who voted,

“Louisa was the most gorgeous and hard working winner. Thanks Simon for this experience, it’s been incredible”

Are you happy with the result? Let us know!

X Factor will be back next year with a brand new set of contestants hoping to follow in … footsteps.

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