Chloe Jasmine

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Chloe Jasmine
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Chloe-Jasmine at the MyFaceMyBody Awards 2014
Born
Chloe-Jasmine Whichello

(1991-07-04) 4 July 1991 (age 29)
Sussex,[ citation needed ] England
Education Canford School, Dorset Beaumont Natural Health Centre
OccupationSinger, model
Years active2006–present
Known for The X Factor
The Face
Celebrity Big Brother

Chloe-Jasmine Whichello (born 4 July 1991) known as Chloe Jasmine, is an English singer and model. She is best known for participating in the Sky Living modelling show The Face in 2013 where she was mentored by Naomi Campbell, [1] and the eleventh series of The X Factor in 2014. Chloe Jasmine made it to the live shows, where she was mentored by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, but was eliminated in week 2 and finished in 13th place. [2] She later competed in Celebrity Big Brother in 2015.

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Career

2014: The X Factor

In 2006, Jasmine auditioned for The X Factor but did not progress to the next round. In 2014, she re-auditioned for the show and advanced to the next round. For her arena audition, she performed "Why Don't You Do Right?". She progressed to bootcamp and was mentored by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini. She was one of the six girls chosen for judges' houses. After her performance at judges' houses, Jasmine was put through to the live shows. In week 1, she performed Britney Spears' song "Toxic" and was saved by the public. In week 2, she performed "Fame" by Irene Cara, but this time received the fewest viewer votes and was in the bottom two against boy band Stereo Kicks. Only Fernandez-Versini opted to save Jasmine, with the other three judges saving Stereo Kicks, meaning she finished in thirteenth place.[ citation needed ]

Performances during the show

Other appearances

On 29 January 2006, Jasmine appeared on Big Brother's Little Brother as part of Chantelle Houghton's fake band Kandy Floss, in a reunion special for the fourth series. After the performance, she introduced herself as "CJ from Bournemouth". [3]

Jasmine began modelling full-time aged 17 and has enjoyed a limited international career, appearing on some front covers and working for companies such as Marc Jacobs, James Lakeland, Michael Spiers, Wella and L'Oréal. She continues to perform internationally.

In 2013 she placed tenth in the UK TV series The Face . On 23 October 2014, she appeared on an episode of Celebrity Juice . Jasmine has appeared on Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side five times as a panellist. On 8 August 2015, Jasmine and her ex-fiancé Stevi Ritchie appeared on an episode of Keep It in the Family . Jasmine and Ritchie also appeared on an episode of Who's Doing the Dishes? .

On 27 August 2015, she and Ritchie entered the Celebrity Big Brother house to participate jointly in the sixteenth series. [4] They finished in fifth place. The following year in 2016 she split up from him. [5]

In 2018, Jasmine gigged with Ben Volpeliere-Pierrot from Curiosity Killed the Cat.

She has walked at London Fashion Week for various designers including Prophetik, Emre Tamer, Ilyes Ouali, Yevjac, Hellavagirl, Vin and Omi, Kolchakov Barba and Vivienne Westwood closing NK fashion week with Madeline Stuart and Norish (PhD).

She collaborated with Mattel and Chavez for a PPE demonstration.

CJ is a contributing editor for VUE-USA.

Television

YearTitleRole
2006, 2014 The X Factor Herself/Contestant
2013 The Face Herself/Contestant
2015 Celebrity Big Brother Herself/Housemate)

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References

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