Axed X Factor contestant Treyc Cohen doesn't want to bear a grudge
Though her fans are still livid about Katie Waissel going through instead of the Birmingham babe, Treyc wants to move on with her life.
‘I feel good. I’m not bitter at all. I’m a true believer of everything
happens for a reason,’ she says.
But Treyc, 27, believes, based her on performance, she was the contestant who should have kept her place in the competition after the sing-off.
‘Everyone has been talking about Katie‘s performance and how she sat down on the floor and I know I finished my song and put my all into it…’ she told Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning.
‘So if it was based on that then yeah, I definitely feel like I should’ve gone through.’