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Lucie Jones (Martha Percy) – Award-winning actor and solo artist Lucie Jones first came to prominence when she reached the finals of ITV's The X Factor in 2009. Following the TV show, Lucie embarked on a 56-date national arena tour with her fellow contestants, performing to sell-out crowds. Lucie is a lead vocalist on the number-one single You Are Not Alone, recorded by the 2009 The X Factor finalists. Since then, Lucie has performed all over the world as a solo artist and in many musical theatre productions to great acclaim.
Lucie's stage credits include Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre, (for which she won three awards for her performance), Rent at The Other Palace and on UK Tour, Legally Blonde at Leicester Curve, on UK Tour and South Korea Opera House (Winner of the Daegu International Music Festival's Best Actress in a Musical Award), Les Misérables at the Queen's Theatre, American Psycho at the Almeida Theatre, Ghost on International Tour, A Christmas Carol at the Lyceum Theatre, Girlfriends at Bishopsgate Institute – both for LMTO, We Will Rock You on International Arena Tour and The Wedding Singer on UK Tour. Lucie's screen credits include Midsomer Murders (ITV) and The Sarah Jane Adventures (BBC).
In 2017, Lucie was approached by a panel of record label executives and BBC producers to take part in the UK live televised final of Eurovision: You Decide, for a chance to represent the United Kingdom at the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine. Lucie was delighted to win the public vote and subsequently released her first solo single and music video for her song Never Give Up On You. Lucie performed at the live final to a worldwide audience of over 300 million viewers. The final result was the best the UK had received in eight years.
In 2020, Lucie performed a live concert to a sold-out audience at London's Adelphi Theatre. Accompanied by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra, the concert was recorded for a live album, Lucie Jones - Live at The Adelphi.