X Factor's Janice Robinson found love with a 'charming Englishman' and says she'll stay in the UK to be with him
The X Factor star told The Sun that if it wasn't for her stint on the talent contest then she never would have found her love.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online, Janice, 50, told us:
"I’ve won so much, my fans know i'm back, I’ve met a love interest.
"This story is just amazing and inspiring."
She added: "If I’d never done this show I never would have met this amazing, charming Englishman."
And she reckons her mystery man is so amazing that she said: "Absolutely I would move to London – I met someone worth moving for."
So loved-up is the singing powerhouse that she gushed "I never knew Englishmen were so charming."
The Livin' Joy singer joked that because of her knew English man she was "about to be the Diary of Bridget Jones – the Diary of Janice Robinson honey."
Janice even teased that fans should watch out as she may be going Instagram official with her new man soon.
And for relationship inspiration the 50-year-old can always look to her mentor Ayda Field and her hubbie Robbie Williams.
She told us that she thinks: "They have one of the greatest love stories ever.
"They have a togetherness, they have a bond.
"I just love how Robbie's like 'Wherever I go my wife goes, my family goes.'
"And to see that in 2018 when everything is so divided and divorced….
"He should just be applauded as a family man, as a husband."
She added "Hats off to Robbie Williams and he's got a phenomenal wife."
And she didn't stop there, Janice continued to wax lyrical about the singer.
She said that they shared an "unspoken bond," having both started off as entertainers in the 90's.
Janice even expressed a desire to do a duet on his iconic anthem Angels "because they know how spiritual I am."
Or even perhaps bring Robbie in to sing a verse of her 90's smash hit Dreamer.
The axed X Factor contestant found herself in hot water when someone swore live on air as she got eliminated on last night's show.
Host Dermot O'Leary was forced to issue a grovelling apology after it was revealed that Janice was the third person to leave the competition.
Although it’s not known who shouted the profanity, it was picked up by the microphones surrounding the stage.
When the show came back from an advert break, Dermot said: “Before the break you might have heard some bad language.
“I am sorry about that.I have to apologise to anyone who heard any bad language a moment ago.
“Emotions are running high here!”
Ayda Field looked devastated when Janice was told she got the least votes at the start of the episode.
The US singer gave an emotional speech and said she believed her journey was only just beginning.
Janice explained: “I'm a child of God and when one door closes I trust and believe that God is going to open another door.
“I'm so proud to be an inspiration to everyone around the world for my daughter who is visually impaired and blind, she can't see me but she can see me with her heart.”
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