/Martin Bashir Croons to Success on Celebrity X Factor – out of finals
Martin Bashir Croons on Celebrity X Factor

Martin Bashir Croons to Success on Celebrity X Factor – out of finals

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Martin Bashir Croons to Success on Celebrity X Factor. Then opened up on why he wanted to be a part of the show and the whole story left the judges feeling emotional.

Martin Bashir Croons to Success on Celebrity X Factor. Despite early success Martin is now out of the singing race. Shame we loved him.

Award-winning journalist Martin Bashir won hearts on the Celebrity X Factor when he opened up about why he was really taking part in the singing show.

The broadcaster is best known for his hard-hitting interviews with the late Princess Diana and Michael Jackson.  Martin picked up the microphone to sing the Nat King Cole swing song L-O-V-E.

He received a standing ovation from the judges on the ITV show for his smooth performance.  Nicole Scherzinger said: “Who are you? I mean, it is nice to meet you. I feel we got to see a whole other side of you.”

Martin then bowed his head to explain that he was there after being inspired by his late brother Tommy who had muscular dystrophy.  It is the genetic condition that sees the muscles in the body weaken and eventually waste away.


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