Lucy Spraggan has the hots for Tulisa

15:16 26 October 2012

Tulisa has reportedly upset show bosses. File picture: Ian West/PA Wire

Tulisa has reportedly upset show bosses. File picture: Ian West/PA Wire

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Lucy Spraggan fancies her ‘X Factor’ mentor Tulisa Contostavlos.

The gay contestant - who has a girlfriend - “loves” the former N-Dubz singer, as she believes all men and women would.

She said: “I love her - and of course I fancy her. All men and women fancy her!”

Lucy has previously said she would not be comfortable with stylists on the show trying to change her image, and she hopes her taking part on ‘X Factor’ will help encourage women to think they do not have to be stick thin to be successful.

She said: “Best is to be yourself, that’s when I feel comfortable and confident - and I hope me being on ‘X Factor’ helps other women who are average-looking like me. I just put on whatever is clean and go out there and sing.

“My brother is a personal trainer and is always saying that if I want to train with him and get a gym body I could. But it’s not something I want.”

Lucy is looking forward to watch the future brings and already has songs prepared for an album.

She added to The Sun newspaper: “I’d record an album - I’ve got about three ready to go.”

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