December 13, 2017 0

The Pop Icon hopefuls were set to be whittled down from three to two as the challenge enters its last stages

The Pop Icon hopefuls were set to be whittled down from three to two as the challenge enters its last stages
Michelle McManus, Stamp Rhodes what’s more, Sam Nixon are the contenders fighting it out for the viewers’ votes
Only two of them will make it through to the terrific last next week
Cute-faced Sam, 17, from Barnsley, is the bookies’ favourite, taken after by Glasgow young lady Michelle McManus, 22
Mark Rhodes is the untouchable yet he has as of now challenged the chances by winning through to the last three
All the judges had anticipated that the 22-year-old from Darlaston in the West Midlands would be booted out last week
But instead it was Chris Stow away who fizzled the viewers’ vote what’s more, cleared out the competition
Judge Pete Waterman said: “I was totally certain that Check would go what’s more, presently I just can’t call it From presently on, any of these three could win it ”
The two who make it through will spend the next week battling to win, visiting the nation on their claim fight transports what’s more, peddling for votes
All 12 of the Pop Icon finalists are offering for the Christmas number one with a cover of the old John what’s more, Yoko hit Cheerful Xmas (War Is Over)

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