|Birth Date||20 March 1991|
She was born in the Welsh village of Pentyrch, on the outskirts of Cardiff, on 20 March 1991. She had vocal training from the same person who trained fellow Welsh woman Charlotte Church.
The X Factor
She auditioned in 2009 singing "I Will Always Love You" and was eventually chosen by Dannii Minogue to go through to the live shows. She survived being in the Bottom 2 until Week 5 when she found herself singing for survival against twins John and Edward Grimes. The judges' vote went to deadlock and she was controversially eliminated after it was revealed she had polled fewer votes than the twins.
|Audition||Free choice||"I Will Always Love You"||Advanced|
|Bootcamp(Part 1)||Group performance||"Hero"||Advanced|
|Bootcamp(Part 2)||Free choice||"Hurt"||Advanced|
|Judges Houses||Free choice||"Anything for you"||Advanced|
|Week 1||Musical Heroes||"Musical Heroes"||Safe (4th)|
|Week 2||Divas||"How Will I Know"||Safe (6th)|
|Week 3||Big Band||"My Funny Valentine"||Safe (3rd)|
|Week 4||Rock||"Sweet Child"||Safe (7th)|
|Week 5||Songs from films||"This Is Me"||Eliminated (8th)|
Post The X Factor
Since the show she has gone on to be signed to a modelling agency and there were plans to release her debut album but it never materialised. In 2015, she appeared in an episode of the English crime drama "Midsommer Murders".
On January 23, 2017, she was shortlisted as an entrant for the UK's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev and four days later was chosen to represent the nation in May. Fellow Series 6 finalist Danyl Johnson was also competing for the right to be selected. Lucie competed in 2017 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Never Give Up On You". She recieved 111 points and finished in 15th place which is the UK's best result since 2011
|Series 6 Finalists|
|Danyl Johnson • Jamie Archer • Jedward • Joe McElderry • Kandy Rain • Lloyd Daniels • Lucie Jones • Miss Frank • Olly Murs • Rachel Adedeji • Rikki Loney • Stacey Solomon|