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X FACTOR judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has scoffed at ratings rival Strictly by saying her contestants walk off with life-changing opportunities - rather than just a glitterball.
I think it's great for people to see us walking because it helps everyone remember the less fortunate people around the world, and also in this country,'' said 17-year-old Jennifer Fornandly, who was about to walk off with friend Clair Walla, also 17.
Tomorrow, either Charlotte Hobrough or Jackie Carey will walk off with the pounds 1 million prize.