Nominee Jahmene Douglas, who was runner-up in the X Factor last year, has arrived at the 18th MOBO Awards in Glasgow and was snapped by Laura Boyd, entertainment reporter for STV.
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Jahmene Douglas has received a stellar verdict from all four of the judges after his first performance on the final of X Factor. Here's what some of them said:
- Louis Walsh - You are living proof that dreams can come true ... Every time you sing you move me because you have so much soul.
- Tulisa Contostavlos - I think you moved everyone ... You've really gone from a boy to a man. Congratulations.
- Nicole Scherzinger - You're my role model ... You're like a beacon of light.
Christopher Maloney has been voted out out of X Factor.
Jahmene Douglas and James Arthur will compete against each other in tomorrow's final at 7:40pm on ITV1.
James Arthur, Christopher Maloney and Jahmene Douglas have told Daybreak that they are "excited to be performing in the final."
James said: "I'm just blessed to be here. We'll be performing infront of 10,000 people.
"For anyone who inspires to be a singer or a musician it's the ultimate sense of achievement."
Speaking about the past week, Christopher added: "Bringing Gary Barlow back to my gran's house was unbelievable. It's something I have dreamed about all my life."
X Factor finalist Jahmene Douglas was mobbed by fans today ahead of a homecoming gig with alongside his mentor Nicole Scherzinger.
The 21-year-old was returned to the Asda superstore where he used to work in Swindon, Wiltshire before performing at the town's Christmas light switching-on ceremony.
X-Factor finalist Jahmene Douglas has told fans on Twitter that he is really excited to be performing in his homecoming gig in Swindon on Wednesday. The 21-year-old will be joined on stage by his mentor Nicole Scherzinger.