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Mon 7 Feb, 2011
By Sam Bristowe

We did two tracks and I'm very proud of them and I cannot wait for everybody to hear them

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Hundreds packed into the world famous Heaven G-A-Y venue to get their swag on to the controversial X-Factor finalist Cher Lloyd this weekend.

Sporting a new fiery red hair-do to match her equally fiery personality the 17-year-old singer-come-rapper took to the stage and got the sold out crowd bopping along to many of her mash up hits from the ITV talent show last year.

Hundreds queued for hours to finally get a glimpse of the star after she had previously postponed her appearance at the club under the arches due to a last minute trip to Los Angeles to record material for her debut album.

Meanwhile 200 other fans were forced to stay outside in the cold and listen through the walls as the club reached its capacity.

Lloyd, originally from Worcester, has been working with producers such as Ronald 'Jukebox' Jackson and Red One. Speaking about her new material in an online YouTube blog she said: “We did two tracks and I'm very proud of them and I cannot wait for everybody to hear them,

I literally live in the studio nowadays so it's really good to be able to make the tracks I want to make. I can't wait for the album to come out and for everyone to hear it.”


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