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Wednesday 12 December 2012 Updated: 12/12 16:43

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FANS of X Factor star Jahmene Douglas can win tickets to see this year's runner up perform live in Worcester on Monday (December 17).

The Standard has teamed up with Tramps to offer readers the chance to win one of two pairs of tickets up for grabs to see the young singing sensation at the city nightclub.

Jahmene made it all the way to the final two before being beaten in a nail-biting showdown with James Arthur in Sunday's live final.

Club-goers have been revelling in the live X Factor nights at Tramps which have seen the losing finalists appear every Monday night.

This week boy band Union J - who have been tipped to emulate the success of One Direction - were treated to one of the most raucous receptions from screaming fans.

The band performed songs including Taylor Swift’s Love Story, Carly Rae Jepson’s Call Me Maybe, Beyonce’s Sweet Dreams, and Abba’s Winner Takes It All.

Dean Hill, Tramps Director, said: "Having been involved in X Factor for the last few years, Union J had one of the best receptions I’ve seen here at Tramps - the female fans certainly loved them performing!"

To be in with a chance of winning tickets to see Jahmene simply email your answer to the following question, along with your name and daytime telephone number to editor@worcesterstandard.co.uk by 12pm on Monday (Dec 17).

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A range of tickets are still available at www.night-clubber.com

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