Jade's performance has the X-Factor

By Geoff Berkeley Wednesday 07 November 2012 Updated: 08/11 16:08

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Buy photos » Jade Ellis (centre) meets some of her fans at Tramps nightclub. (s)

X-FACTOR fans were treated to a performance of power and personality by Jade Ellis in Worcester on Monday night (November 5).

The 25-year-old had clearly overcome the disappointment of her eviction from the hit ITV as she delighted an excited crowd at Tramps nightclub.

As well as performing Chase & Status's Time and Chaka Khan's Ain’t nobody, Miss Ellis also took the time to hold a meet and greet with Tramps' VIP guests.

Dean Hill, Tramps director, said: "Jade gave one of the best performances we’ve seen from an X Factor finalist here at Tramps - the audience loved her.

"She has a natural ability to engage with the crowd and she has a great sense of fun, which comes across in her performance. The crowd really appreciated how much she was enjoying entertaining them."

This Monday (November 12) will see Kye Sones take to the stage at Tramps after he became the latest act to be voted off the show last weekend.

And we’ve teamed up with Tramps to offer two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to Monday night’s live performance.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets simply email your answer to the following question, along with your name and daytime telephone number to editor@worcesterstandard.co.uk Entries need to be received by 12noon on Monday, Nov 12.

Which of the X-Factor finalists pulled out of the competition last week due to ill health?

A range of tickets are also available at www.nightclubber.com

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