Jackie Thomas is a New Zealand singer who won the first New Zealand season of The X Factor in 2013. Competing in the Girls category, she was mentored in the series by Daniel Bedingfield. Her winner's single "It's Worth It" was released on 22 July 2013 and debuted at #1 on the Official New Zealand Music Chart and was certified Gold in its first week, reaching Platinum by its third week.
|Birth name:||Jackie Thomas|
|Born:||November 18, 1990, Greymouth, New Zealand|
|Origin:||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Labels:||Sony Music New Zealand|
|Website:||Jackie Thomas (singer)'s Official site|
About Jackie Thomas
New Zealand pop singer known for winning The X Factor who later released her chart-topping single, "It's Worth It."
She studied at Greymouth High School and was employed by her father's slaughterhouse prior to her 2013 appearance on the first New Zealand season of The X Factor.
She performed the Dusty Springfield hit "Son of a Preacher Man" during the fourth round of The X Factor.
Her paternal heritage is Ngapuhi, meaning that her father's family belonged to a New Zealand Maori tribe.
She auditioned for The X-Factor with the indie song, "Skinny Love," which was written by Bon Iver singer-songwriter Justin Vernon.
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