Joe McElderry Biography

Joe McElderry is one of the twelve finalists of the sixth series of The X Factor.

Joe McElderry wins X Factor with 61 per cent of the vote.
Sunday December 13th Joe will sing: "Don't Stop Believin'".
The winner will sing the single "The Climb", the track will be released once the public have chosen their champion.

Saturday December 12th Joe McElderry sang: "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" with George Michael, "Dance with My Father" and his favourite performance "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word".

In week nine He sang: "She's Out of My Life" and "Open Arms".

In week eight Joe sang: "Could It Be Magic" (Barry Manilow) and "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" (Elton John).

In week seven he sang: "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me".

In week six Joe sang: "Somebody to Love".

In week five he sang: "Circle of Life" (Elton John),

In week four Joe McElderry sang: "Don't Stop Believin'" (Journey)

In week three he sang: "Sway".

In the Second Week he sang: "Where Do Broken Hearts Go".

In the first week he sang: "No Regret".

Joseph McElderry, 18, is from South Shields, and is a student at the Newcastle College of Performing Arts. He started singing when he was 14. He took the role of Danny in Grease performed at Harton Technology College.[citation needed] McElderry auditioned in Manchester singing Luther Vandross's "Dance With My Father".
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