Jewish X Factor hopeful Katie Waissel has survived another week of the competition.
It was a near miss for the 24-year-old from Pinner, after she was placed in the bottom three during the first live show of the series. The singer failed to attract voters with her version of Queen’s We are the Champions.
The theme of this week’s competition was number one chart hits.
Dressed in a Lady Gaga style outfit, with a colourful warrior helmet X Factor judge Louis Walsh told her: “You are all style and no substance.”
With Katie Waissel performing on X Factor, and three Jewish candidate's battling it out to become Lord Sugar's next Apprentice, reality TV has never been more kosher. But before Katie, Melissa, Alex and Joy, there were others...
Katie Waisel was picked by Cheryl Cole to go through to the live stage of this year's X Factor competition. Watch her perform Smile and see if you agree with Will.i.am's assessment that she "effed that one up".
After all the excitement over Stacey Solomon last year, is there anyone with the J-factor this year?
Step up Katie Waissel (left) from Hertfordshire, who made her mark at last week's X Factor audition by forgetting the lines to Queen's We Are the Champions and successfully persuading the judges to let her do another song instead.
But the participation of the part-time receptionist - who went under the name Katie Vogel aka Katie V when we spoke to her about her singing ambitions a few months ago - may
X Factor hopeful Katie Waissel has run into controversy just days after appearing in the first programme in the series.
The Jewish singer from north London, who claimed to be a part-time receptionist with no musical experience to speak of, has in fact recorded music under the name Lola Fontaine and earlier this year released a jazz-inspired song collection.