Lucie Jones
Lucie Jones is a singer, actress and model from South Wales.

In January 2017, Lucie was selected to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 when she competed in the UK national final selection show, BBC Two’s ‘Eurovision: You Decide’.  Lucie performed ‘Never Give Up On You’ which was co-written by Emmelie de Forest, Daniel Salcedo and Lawrie Martin and which she will take to the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 finals in Kyiv, Ukraine this May.

Lucie was a finalist in the 2009 series of ITV's ‘The X Factor’. She toured the UK playing to sell out arena crowds in 2010.

Lucie’s theatre credits include Cosette in the West End production of Les Misérables for which she was selected by Sir Cameron Mackintosh. Lucie appeared in the 25th anniversary concert of Les Miserables at the O2 arena, London. She played Kelly in The Prodigals at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe, was cast as Meatloaf in the We Will Rock You World World Arena Tour playing to thousands across Europe and originated the role of Victoria in the world premiere of ‘American Psycho’ the musical, at London's Almeida Theatre.

Following a tour of Asia playing the lead role of Molly Jensen in Ghost - The Musical, Lucie won the Best Actress in a Musical award for her performance as Elle Woods in Legally blonde the musical for Nikolai Foster at Leicester Curve and to critical acclaim in South Korea. She is currently playing Maureen Johnson in the 20th anniversary tour of ‘RENT!’ the musical.

Lucie appeared as Melody Carver in ITV's prime time drama, ‘Midsomer Murders’. She originated the role of Emma in new musical ‘Like Me’ at The Waterloo East Theatre.

An avid sports fan, Lucie has had the honour of performing the Welsh national anthem at sporting events in The Millennium stadium, Cardiff City stadium and Twickenham stadium. She has also performed God Save the Queen at Wembley Stadium.

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