Jamal Edwards was a British entrepreneur, author, director, DJ, and founder of the online urban music platform SB.TV. He was born in Luton, England, and spent his early years there before moving to Acton, West London, where he lived with his mother Brenda Edwards, his stepfather, Patrick, and his younger sister, Tanisha.
Edwards’ family originates from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Edwards was an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, a youth charity that helps young people set up their own businesses. In 2021, Edwards set up Jamal Edwards Delve, a project aimed at refurbishing and reopening youth centers.
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In 2005, she finished in fourth place in the second series of The X Factor, as of 2019, she’s a weekly panelist on Loose Women. In January 2021, she became a presenter on the BBC One program Songs of Praise.
Edwards appeared in the second series of The X Factor in 2005. She was in the Over-25s category alongside Andy Abraham, Chico Slimani and Maria Lawson, and mentored by Sharon Osbourne. The first live show saw Edwards singing “Son of a Preacher Man”.
This was followed by performances of “Rescue Me” and “Midnight Train to Georgia”. Performances of “I’m Outta Love” and “I’ll Never Love This Way Again” won her a place in the semi-final, where she was voted out after her renditions of “Respect” and “Without You” with just 23 votes separating her and the act in third place.