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20-Mar-2018 10:23

There is even a book that will hit shelves next Monday.

In 'Matt Cardle: My Story’, you can read all about the “rollercoaster experience” of a bloke nobody had ever heard of four months ago.

Joe had a dream, and that dream was to be a famous popstar.

He worked hard in his performing arts classes, and sang every day after school.

The single itself is certainly a departure from previous X Factor Christmas offerings: a cover of a track called Many of Horror, by the rock band Biffy Clyro.

Many of Horror not being a terribly festive title, it has been changed to the much more X Factor-friendly 'When we Collide’.

Joe was so good that he received a standing ovation from the X Factor judges, including Lord Simon Cowell, the ruler of all of the music industry.

Lord Cowell’s beautiful consort, Princess Cheryl Cole, said that Joe was a “perfect little pop star” and that she was “blown away” by his singing.

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“Matt [Cardle] seems quite head strong and he knows what he wants to do,” says Edmondson.But the success of JLS and Olly Murrs - both runners up, and both far more popular than the people who beat them - show that all is not lost.Paul Williams, the editor of industry magazine Music Week, says that “for some reason, the number of votes you get in the final doesn’t always translate to the number of records you will sell”.And on Sunday, Mc Elderry learnt that his latest single, Someone Wake Me Up, failed to scrape into the top 60.And so it is that Mc Elderry joins the list of X Factor 'winners’ who might use a different noun to describe their experience on the show: Steve Brookstein, Shayne Ward, Leon Jackson, all of them cast into Simon Cowell’s bargain bucket to be picked out by a pub promoter, or a Butlin’s manager, if they are very lucky.

“Matt [Cardle] seems quite head strong and he knows what he wants to do,” says Edmondson.But the success of JLS and Olly Murrs - both runners up, and both far more popular than the people who beat them - show that all is not lost.Paul Williams, the editor of industry magazine Music Week, says that “for some reason, the number of votes you get in the final doesn’t always translate to the number of records you will sell”.And on Sunday, Mc Elderry learnt that his latest single, Someone Wake Me Up, failed to scrape into the top 60.And so it is that Mc Elderry joins the list of X Factor 'winners’ who might use a different noun to describe their experience on the show: Steve Brookstein, Shayne Ward, Leon Jackson, all of them cast into Simon Cowell’s bargain bucket to be picked out by a pub promoter, or a Butlin’s manager, if they are very lucky.He was reduced to covering singles by Norwegian bands called 'Donkeyboy’.