Ruth Lorenzo supporting Alexandra Burke

Ruth Lorenzo and Alexandra Burke
Ruth Lorenzo, who has already been offered a contract to release her own album, will be supporting Alexandra Burke...READ MORE

Ruth is back at the house in Wembley

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Ruth Lorenzo in Southport on December 28th

Ruth will be performing at Banks Leisure Centre, Greaves Hall Avenue, Southport, Merseyside PR9 8BL, on December 28th, 2008. Ruth Lorenzo will appear in a matinee performance.

Ruth Lorenzo at Battersea Park for Capital Rocks !

Ruth Lorenzo - Battersea Park

On Tuesday 2nd December 2008, Ruth Lorenzo was at Battersea Park, South London for a charity event hosted by Capital Radio. The event, a Russian Wonderland-themed called Capital Rocks, aimed at raising cash for young people. Celebrities including Lisa Snowdon, Brendan Cole, Johnny Vaughan and Sharleen Spiteri have turned out. Spiteri and girl band The Saturdays were on the bill to perform at the bash - and Ruth was also set for a surprise performance.


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Ruth will not be singing in the Nineth Show

Ruth Lorenzo - Fifth Live Show

Ruth Lorenzo has not been saved by the public vote and will not be singing in the nineth Live Show on Decembers 6th, 2008.

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Ruth Lorenzo: "I Love Rock'n Roll " - Week 8

Week 8 - Rock on Guitar
On Saturday 29th November, Ruth Lorenzo sang a song previously sang by, among others, Britney Spears: "I Love Rock'n Roll ". Ruth also sang "Always" by Bon Jovi. The Theme for this week live show was... "Britney Spears & American Songs ", here was the song list revealed:
Eoghan Quigg: Sometimes + Together (High School Musical)
Alexandra Burke: Toxic + Listen
Diana Vickers: Im not a girl, not yet a woman + Everybody Hurts
Ruth Lorenzo: I love Rock n Roll + Always
JLS: Hit me baby one more time + You light up my life
(The links bring you to the original version)

Ruth will be singing in the Eighth Show

Ruth Lorenzo - Seventh Live show

Ruth Lorenzo has been saved by the public vote and will be singing in the eighth Live Show on November 29th, 2008. The theme will be Britney Spears & American Songs

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Ruth Lorenzo: "Love aint here anymore" - Take That Week

Take That week - Xfactor 2008
On Saturday 22nd November, Ruth Lorenzo sang a TAKE THAT' song: "Love aint here anymore". The Theme for this week live show was... "Take That ", here was the song list revealed:
Eoghan Quigg: Never Forget
Alexandra Burke: Relight My Fire
Diana Vickers: Patience
Rachel Hylton: Rule the World
Ruth Lorenzo: Love aint here anymore
JLS: A Million Love Songs
(The links bring you to the original version)

Ruth will be singing in the Seventh Show

Ruth Lorenzo - Fifth Live Show

Ruth Lorenzo has been saved by the public vote and will be singing in the seventh Live Show on November 22nd, 2008. The theme will be "TAKE THAT".

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Ruth Lorenzo to sing "Angels" for Best of British

Best of British Flag
On Saturday 15th November, Ruth Lorenzo sang a Robbie Williams' song: "Angel". The Theme for this week live show was... "Best of British ", here was the song list revealed:
Eoghan Quigg: One More Try
Alexandra Burke: You Are So Beautiful
Diana Vickers: Yellow
Daniel Evans: It’s Not Unusual
Rachel Hylton: You Know I’m No Good
Ruth Lorenzo: Angels (El Angel que Quiero Yo)
JLS: I Wanna Hold Your Hand - Twist and Shout - Hey Jude
(The links bring you to the original version)

Ruth Lorenzo to sing "Angel"

Robbie Williams

The song for saturday 15th November 2008 has been revealed, and exclusive to !

Ruth Lorenzo will be singing "Angel" made famous by Robbie Williams. We cannot tell you if Ruth will be singing in Spanish or English...or both, but here is the version of Angel sang in Spanish by Robbie Williams.

XFactor Finalists in Oxford Street for the Christmas Lights

Oxford Street Christmas Lights with the Xfactor Finalists
The 49th big switch-on of the UK’s most spectacular and iconic Oxford Street Christmas Lights took place at House of Fraseron Wednesday 12 November, when tens of thousands gathered for the unveiling of Christmas in London’s West End. This year’s lights was switched on by the Sugababes, one of the most successful all-female acts of the 21st century, performances by X Factor finalists and joined by presenters from London’s Heart 106.2.
Ruth Lorenzo, Alexandra Burke, Daniel Evans and Rachel Hylton performed their latest single: "HERO". They also sang an amazing version of "All I want for Christmas is you ". The Christmas Lights switch happened at 6:17pm but performances started at 5:45pm. Oxford Street was closed to traffic from 4pm to 8pm on Wednesday 12 November 2008 from John Princess Street to Portman Street.

Ruth will be singing in the sixth show

Ruth Lorenzo - Singing week 5
On November 8th, Ruth Lorenzo had to sing for a survival after ending in the bottom two again. Ruth chose a Guns and Roses song: Knocking on Heavens door. After singing her survial' song, Ruth was followed by Laura White, one of the favourite for this year XFactor competition. Despite a fantastic performance, Laura was sent home. Simon decided to save Ruth, while Cheryl and Dannii chose to save her own acts, the decision was in Louis' hands. Ruth was saved.
Ruth Lorenzo will be singing next week on November 15th. The sixth live show will be dedicated to "Britishness" with the theme "Best of British". Ruth Lorenzo will interprating a song by Robbie Williams. The guest singer will be Leona Lewis

"HERO": The Video Released

Hero - Single and Video
The video for the Song "Hero" in aid for the Charity "Help for Heroes" is available here

Ruth to Sing for Mariah Carey's Night

Mariah Carey - X Factor UK 2008
On Saturday 8th November, Ruth Lorenzo sang a Mariah Carey' song: "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)". The Theme for this week live show was... "Mariah Carey ", here was the song list revealed:
Eoghan Quigg: Anytime You Need A Friend
Alexandra Burke: Without You
Diana Vickers: Always Be My Baby
Laura White: Endless Love
Daniel Evans: Open Arms
Rachel Hylton: Against All Odds
Ruth Lorenzo: My All
JLS: One Sweet Day
(The links bring you to the original version)

Ruth Lorenzo & the diet show

Ruth Lorenzo - Cooking - Diet

Ruth is too just too busy to eat!

She said: "I have lost weight - a lot of weight, but I didn’t plan it". "I am a typical Spanish girl - I'm used to having everyone sit around the table having a lunch that lasts a few hours." "I've always been a big girl. I've always had big thighs and big breasts. "But I am so busy these days I can't help but lose weight - and I wouldn't change my lifestyle now for the world!"

Ruth's weightloss has been so extreme that you can see the changes in her from day to day! She admitted, "I went for my dress fitting on Tuesday last week, and by Thursday they had to fix it. By Saturday it was too big for me again"!

But Ruth has a plan to keep hold of the curves she loves so much. "I am blessed because I have Alexandra's mom to look after me... she's become my English mom too! She's always buying food or making food." "And everything she gives to Alex, she gives another portion to me!"

Ruth will be singing in the Fifth Show

Ruth Lorenzo - Fifth Live Show

Ruth Lorenzo has been saved by the public vote and will be singing in the fifth Live Show on November 8th, 2008. The theme will be Mariah Carey!

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Ruth to Sing "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)" for Disco Night

Disco Theme - Ruth Lorenzo

On Saturday 1st November, Ruth Lorenzo sang a Barbra Streisand & Donna Summer' song: "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)". The Theme for this week live show was "Disco", here was the song list revealed:

Movie Premiere for Ruth Lorenzo & XFactor

Red Carpet - Ruth Lorenzo - Leicester Square
Ruth Lorenzo has been walking the Red Carpet in Leicester Square for the World Movie Premiere of the latest James Bond: Quantum of Solace, staring Daniel Craig. Part of the Royal Family was also attending the event as Princes William & Harry were there. All the profit from the event went to two charities: Help for Heroes (same charity supported by the release of Hero the Single and the Royal British Legion
007 star Daniel Craig, Bond girls Olga Kurylenko and Gemma Arterton, & Oscar-winning actress Judi Dench from the movie were received by a huge crowds gathered outside the Odeon Leicester Square cinema. The 22nd official Bond film is Craig's second outing as the fictional British spy and the new movie continues where "Casino Royale" left off -- a darker portrayal of Bond but still with plenty of gritty action and glamorous locations.
Bond travels to Panama, Chile, Italy, Austria and Mexico in a movie packed with rooftop chases, hand-to-hand combat and stunts involving bikes, boats, jets and cars. Craig, who performs as many of his own stunts as possible, has been injured in the line of duty. The 40-year-old severed a fingertip and had eight stitches in his face after being accidentally kicked on set. His right arm has been in a sling following a shoulder operation and will likely be greeting fans with his left hand.
Leicester Square is the traditional home for film premieres in Britain and the Odeon is the largest single screen cinema in the kingdom. Thousands of fans were expected to pack the square to welcome the film's stars, despite the chilly autumn weather. "Quantum of Solace" was the name of a short story in Bond creator Ian Fleming's 1960 anthology "For Your Eyes Only". "Casino Royale" -- the most lucrative of all Bond films, clearing more than 300 million dollars (200 million euros) at the box office worldwide -- depicted Bond at the start of his career. The story in the new film begins just an hour after the last one ends with a heartbroken Bond tracking down the mysterious Mr. White. "It's not a revenge movie," Bond series producer Barbara Broccoli has said of director Marc Forster's film. "It's much more complicated than that. There's much more action and it also deals with the inner turmoil of Bond following 'Casino Royale'." Judi Dench, in her sixth outing as M, the boss of Britain's overseas intelligence agency MI6, said cinema-goers would see her in a stand-off with Bond and their relationship would be "pretty prickly".
With Remembrance Day approaching, William and Harry asked for funds raised at the glitzy premiere to go towards supporting two charities that help war veterans. As part of the London Film Festival, ordinary fans will be given a chance to see the new movie, with a public screening minutes after the end credits roll at the premiere. The movie has been released in Britain and Ireland, November 14 in North America and November 19 in Australia.
The XFactor contestants mingled with the movie's stars at the film's champagne reception, where Bond's boss M - alias acting legend Dame Judi Dench - revealed she is a big fan of the show! In fact, Dame Judi let a big secret out of the secret service bag by revealing who she wants to be the winner. She told singer Ruth Lorenzo, "I think you are wonderful and my family and I vote for you every week on the show!" Ruth was delighted, especially when Judi continued, "You have always been our favourite - I thought the version of Purple Rain you did was outstanding too"! We're wondering if Ruth and Dame Judi might like to try a bit of a job swap, as Ruth has revealed that, in return, she is a big fan of Her Majesty's Secret Service. She said, "I've always wanted to be a Bond girl. I'd be a good sexy one because I am a good girl".

Ruth & Daniel not on stage for "Hero"

Ruth and Daniel sang for Hero
10.6 million people tuned in to The X Factor on Saturday, watching the X Factor finalists perform Hero in public for the very first time. Eagle-eyed fans will have noticed, however, that Daniel Evans and Ruth Lorenzo were missing from the historic line-up for the song.

And while everything went smoothly on-stage, all was not well behind the scenes. Moments before the song, the pair lined up with the others awaiting their cue to go on stage. But while the stage set doors opened for the other performers, Ruth and Danny were several metres away, their entrance hampered when the door on their side of the stage refused to open in a classic malfunction style!

Daniel Evans and Ruth Lorenzo are very much part of Hero single. And with microphones on, they sang behind the scenes on Saturday instead (if you noticed the camera cut to Austin looking a bit confused and like he wasn't singing - that's because it was Danny singing instead)!

Like the other contenders, the pair are proud to be very much part of the campaign to back veteran British forces. Danny, said: "I'm so happy to be involved in this single. It would be wonderful if we could give just a tiny bit back to the guys who are out there risking their lives for us every day. It makes you feel warm inside to think you are making a difference".

And Spaniard Ruth reminded, "I am very proud to be involved. Spain is also involved in the conflict in a supporting role". "There are young kids, dads, brothers, and sisters they've all been to war and they are all suffering. We forget they are suffering, and they are all heroes, no matter what. " And Ruth revealed the conflict had caused devastation close to home. She said, "For me personally, I especially meant what I was singing. One of my good friends went and he lost one of his legs. It is too bad he is not here because I don't think there is a charity like this in Spain. It's not just about losing a leg but also what horrible things they've had to see; I want to do everything I can".

Buy "Hero", the first single from the XFactor 2008, in aid of Help For Heroes and The Poppy Appeal.

Ruth will be singing in the Fourth Show

Ruth on the Third Show

Ruth Lorenzo has been saved by the public vote and will be singing in the fourth Live Show on November 1st, 2008. The theme will be Disco !

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Ruth to Sing "Summertime" for Big Band Night

Ruth Lorenzo - Big Band Week

On Saturday 25th October, Ruth Lorenzo sang an Ella Fitzgerald' song: "Summertime". The Theme for this week live show was "Big Band", here was the song list revealed:

  • JLS Ain't That A Kick In The Head
  • Eoghan Quigg L.O.V.E
  • Scott Bruton That’s Life
  • Diana Vickers Smile
  • Laura White God Bless The Child
  • Alexandra Burke Candyman
  • Daniel Evans Lady Is A Tramp
  • Ruth Lorenzo Summertime
  • Rachel Hylton Feeling Good

Wrong Song or Wrong telephone Number ?

A huge amount of people emailed us regarding the telephone number used to vote for Ruth last saturday (18th October 2008). As you can see on the picture below, the number is not complete. This mistake was not present all the time, but because the mistake was not even revealed to the public, a huge amount of people dialed the wrong number, and thought that the line was simply busy.

Ruth Lorenzo - Wrong phone number

If you tried to vote for Ruth last saturday on number you could not get through, contact us

Where is the Purple Rain video ?!?!?

Censored Ruth Lorenzo version of Purple Rain

Wow...Purple Rain...Purple Rain. Youtube, Dailymotion, seems that everyone is totally obsessed by Ruth's interpretation of the song.

Questions keep coming: where is the video ? why the video has been withdrawn ?

So, here is an article from the Guardian explaining the situation:

"Prince threatens to sue his fans over online images" - # Owen Gibson, media correspondent # The Guardian, # Wednesday November 7 2007

He's a singer who has made some odd career moves in his time, from changing his name to an unpronounceable love symbol to scrawling "slave" on his cheek in protest at his record company.

But industry experts yesterday warned that Prince's latest decision might be the most controversial of all.

He has threatened to sue thousands of his biggest fans for breach of copyright, provoking an angry backlash and claims of censorship.

His lawyers have forced his three biggest internet fansites to remove all photographs, images, lyrics, album covers and anything linked to the artist's likeness. A legal letter asks the fansites to provide "substantive details of the means by which you propose to compensate our clients [Paisley Park Entertainment Group, NPG Records and AEG] for damages".

The singer himself is believed to take a close interest in unofficial use of his image and music, monitoring websites from his sprawling Paisley Park studio complex in Minneapolis.

A coalition named Prince Fans United, representing Housequake, Prince fans and, has been formed by the website organisers to fight back. They said they would contest the action on the basis that it was an attempt "to stifle all critical commentary about Prince". They added that the "cease and desist" notices went as far as calling for the removal of pictures taken by fans of their Prince tattoos and their vehicles carrying Prince-inspired licence plates.

"It's a really short-sighted and futile move," said Nicola Slade, editor of the industry newsletter Record of the Day. "Prince has got a lot of fans and as he's decided to take a more leftfield approach to releasing his material, he should be nurturing the relationship. I'm shocked, really."

The singer had been considered to be in the vanguard of efforts by some artists to cut record labels out of the equation and forge their own relationships with fans through the web and live concerts, having been one of the first to sell music directly to fans via his website.

He recently completed a 21-night residency at London's O2 arena, effortlessly mixing up the setlist each night to draw on a rich back catalogue that includes Purple Rain, Raspberry Beret, Kiss and Sign o' the Times, and was lauded for a genius marketing move in giving away his CD to concertgoers and with copies of the Mail on Sunday.

Alex Burmaster, an analyst at Nielsen Online, said: "It's a paradox that a musician who has done so much to bring himself closer to his fans, particularly with his 'them and us' crusade against the record labels, should be engaging in a course of action that effectively removes the raison d'etre of fansites.

"But it's the mark of the man who always goes against the grain that he should be doing this at a time when other artists and their labels are suddenly embracing the social media phenomenon."

In 1993, amid a bitter dispute with the record label, Prince changed his name to an unpronounceable "love symbol" as a step towards his "ultimate goal of emancipation from the chains" that he said tied him to Warner Bros.

Yesterday's move follows an earlier declaration of war on copyrighted material hosted by web giants such as YouTube and eBay.

In September, he appointed the internet company Web Sheriff to police the removal of up to 2,000 clips from YouTube. Web Sheriff managing director, John Giacobbi, said at the time that the singer wanted "to create a template for other artists". "Prince doesn't really want to go around suing people - he'd much rather people just respected his rights. He will be victorious," he said.

Controversy followed this decision, too, when a mother from Pennsylvania posted a clip of her baby dancing to his 1984 hit Let's Go Crazy and Prince's lawyers demanded it was taken down.

Lawyers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation have vowed to contest the claim on her behalf, saying the song is hardly audible and constitutes fair use.

By going after the Google-owned YouTube, Prince was merely following the lead of a handful of other big rights owners - including MTV-owner Viacom, the estate of Elvis Presley and the Premier League - that believe the video sharing site makes advertising revenue off the back of their copyrighted content. But while some artists have resorted to the law in an attempt to persuade websites or internet providers to remove pirated songs and there have been disputes over lyrics, most decided long ago that it was counterproductive to attempt to get fans to remove images and album covers.

"You can get things taken down, the legal tools are there to do it," said Caroline Kean, a partner at the law firm Wiggin. "The reason people don't is partly practical, because there are so many images, but also due to the bad publicity you get from going after your biggest fans. Most people soon realised it was counter-productive."

A spokeswoman for the fans' campaign said the sites had always tried to work with Prince's management. But it appeared that Prince wanted to edit his past and there was "no sign" of his lawyers backing down, she said. "He's trying to control the internet 100% and you can't do that without infringing people's freedom of speech," she added.

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Ruth Lorenzo will be in the Third Show

Ruth Lorenzo - Second show singing I just can't be loving you
After a very emotional end. Ruth will now be performing on October 25th, 2008, on ITV1 at 7h25pm.

This week, Ruth Lorenzo and Girl Band were in the bottom 2. Both acts had to perform a second song to secure their place in next show. Ruth sang an amazing version of "Purple Rain", from Prince. Girl Band perform "I don't want to miss a thing", from Aerosmith.

Although Louis agreed that Ruth nailed the song, he decided to save his group: Girl Band. An obvious choice was also for Danni who saved Ruth. Cheryl also decided to save Ruth. However, the surprise camed from Simon Cowell who blamed Louis for the poor performance of his girl group, and therefore Simon decided to give a second chance to Girlband bringing the situation to "DEADLOCK". The public vote was then needed, and Girlband was sent home.

Ruth Lorenzo will therefore be coming back next week. According to Simon, Ruth finish in the bottom 2 this week due to the fact that she did not sang in Spanish this week.

Ruth to sing "I just can't stop loving you"

Ruth Lorenzo sing Michael Jackson
On Saturday 18th October, Ruth Lorenzo sang a Michael Jackson' song: "I Just Can't Stop Loving You". The Theme for this week live show was Michael Jackson and the Jackson's Five, here was the song list revealed:
  • Scott Bruton She's Out Of my Life
  • Alexandra Burke I'll Be There
  • Austin Drage Billie Jean
  • Daniel Evans One Day In Your life
  • Girlband Heal The World
  • Rachel Hylton Dirty Diana
  • JLS The Way You Make Me Feel
  • Ruth Lorenzo I Just Can't Stop Loving You
  • Eoghan Quigg Ben
  • Diana Vickers Man In The Mirror
  • Laura White You Are Not Alone
  • The Spanish Tiger made it through !

    Spanish Tiger Ruth Lorenzo
    ASHTEAD'S Spanish Tiger has made it through another round of judging in X Factor after she took one judge's breath away last Saturday. Spanish-born Ruth Lorenzo, 25, wowed viewers and judges alike when she performed a multi-lingual rendition of Take My Breath Away in the first live show of this year's X Factor. In a stunning Grecian-style white dress the Ashtead resident left TV's Mr Nasty a bit hot under the collar with her performance.

    On judging Ruth, Simon Cowell, famed for his sharp responses, was literally tongue-tied. He said: "You've certainly made an impression on me Rachel – I mean Ruth – you have a very powerful presence and what I love about you is that you are a real woman." And following jibes from fellow judge Louis Walsh for fancying the stunning contestant, Simon frankly admitted: "Well, yeah I do."

    The news surprised Ruth. She said: "I was so flattered. That man makes me go so red, it is really bad. "I think Simon is a very good looking man. He reminds me very much of a Spanish or Italian person in his personality," she added. However Ruth said he would have to work pretty hard to win her heart as it already belongs to her fiance Juan Manuel. The compliments also rolled in from the other judges, with Cheryl Tweedy labelling Ruth a "sexy senorita" and Dannii Minogue lavishing praise on her. However Louis Walsh was tough on the singer stating that she might go down better in Benidorm than in the UK.

    Ruth moved to Ashtead from London seven months ago, and said she loved her adopted hometown. "I love England and Ashtead. I love relaxing where there are no high buildings, so you can see sky and kids playing in the street. The people are so friendly in Ashtead and I have felt very welcomed. "I can't wait to get back to there and I want to thank everyone in town for all their support." And Ruth also had some good words to say about her X Factor competitors. She said: "Alexandra and I are like best pals, she is one of the best girls I have ever met and an amazing singer. "We all have so much fun together in the house, we really get along and when Bad for Lashes got sent home last week the house felt so empty. It's very sad but that is the nature of the show. "We are all very conscious of what we are here for and people aren't really competitive with each other because we know that it is up to the judges and the public."

    *Viewers can watch Ruth on Saturday on ITV1 at 7.25pm.

    Ruth Lorenzo likes to keep fit !

    Ruth Lorenzo - Run to Live - Ashtead
    Local X Factor finalist Ruth Lorenzo made it through the show’s rigorous Bootcamp but sought advice closer to home on staying on top form for the final stages of the competition. Ruth, 25, a PR consultant from Ashtead was delighted to make it through to the final 12 on the talent show and is now looking forward to being mentored by judge Dannii Minogue. Despite her hectic schedule Ruth has taken up running to keep herself fit and help with her breathing control and singing. She also found time to pop into her local running shop Run to Live to speak to the team about her running schedule and staying fit for the
    demanding live shows to come. Nicky Donbavand of Run to Live in Ashtead was delighted to welcome Ruth to the shop. She said: “It was great when Ruth called in. She’s a local girl and we’ve all been following her progress on the show. She has got an absolutely fantastic voice and we’ll be backing her all the way. “There are good support teams on the show but we just had a chat to her about the importance of staying on top form and keeping healthy so that she’s fighting fit for the forthcoming performances.” To find out more about Run To Live: Contact Nicky at Run to Live on 0845 263 8801 -

    Ruth on ITV this Saturday

    Ruth Lorenzo,25, from Murcia, Spain. She used to work for a real estate agent. In England, Ruth is now based in Ashtead, Surrey, UK, where she works for a holiday company.

    SPANISH X Factor contestant Ruth Lorenzo is backing a Dorking charity's campaign to help keep children in Africa warm this winter. Lorenzo, who is in the over 25's group mentored by Dannii Minogue, took time out of her busy schedule to help launch a Christmas appeal for Dorking charity Kids for Kids.

    The Christmas Blanket Campaign aims to provide blankets and mosquito nets for children living in remote villages around Darfur. "I know what it is like to live in a hot country and yet need a blanket at night," Lorenzo said. "I want to help every one of those kids in Darfur to have something to curl up under in the dark."

    Lorenzo, who works in PR for Polaris World, moved to Ashtead from London in August. She said she heard about the Christmas Blanket Campaign through her friend Sally Hunt's children Oliver and Sam, who told her about a Darfur girl called Amira who had nothing but a hand-me-down dress to wear and nothing to sleep under at night. "I want everyone to give a gift to a kid this Christmas and if my singing will help, then wow, I'm happy," she said. "We all have so much, how about giving a blanket to a kid in Darfur? That's something isn't it."

    Kids for Kids helps families living in remote villages in Darfur by loaning them goats and donkeys so they can provide for themselves. Charity founder Patricia Parker said of Lorenzo's offer to back the campaign: "It is just so touching to find someone with so much happening to her right now, taking time to think about the children the rest of the world has forgotten." To make a donation to Kids for Kids, telephone 07957 206440 or write to Kids for Kids, PO Box 456, Dorking, RH4 2WS.


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