Back in 2010, a woman nicknamed as Chloe Mafia showed up on the stage. Long story short, her voice wasn’t good enough for the show and she wasn’t taken seriously by anyone. However, Chloe decided to go for it because she wanted to offer her baby daughter a better life.


Chloe grew up in a housing project while her mother was struggling to find food for her family. After her X-Factor appearance, Chloe was known all across the UK as ‘Britain’s biggest chav.’ This is a word the English use to mock a lower class member who wears fake designer clothes.


Although she got enough votes to move on in the show, Chloe was quickly kicked out. The jury, viewers and the media were judging her for her drug issues and her second job of an escort.


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