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Rachel Crow To Be A Disney Star?



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The X Factor battle for a $5 million dollar prize and a recording contract are not over yet, but already, some of the contestants have been swamped with offers of work. One of the stars creating a lot of excitement is Rachel Crow (13).

As we previously reported to you, not only does Rachel have a good voice and a great stage and screen presence, she also has a heart warming back story. The teen was adopted as a one-year-old having been born a crack baby to an addict mother and placed in foster care aged six months, with the couple who later adopted her.

It has all proved a winning combination for Disney execs who say they are desperate to sign up the singer. It’s a tempting offer as many stars of music and movies have launched careers with Disney, including Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera.

Disney have already contract Rachel Crow’s reps with some ambitious plans. But get this: prior to The X Factor, she auditioned for Disney a few times and was turned down! Now it seems they want a piece of what they are missing.

The X Factor USA returns with a two-hour live special tonight at 8/7c on Fox with the top 9 finalists performing in a show specially themed for Thanksgiving.

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