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X Factor USA’s Rachel Crow Signs Columbia, Nickelodeon Deals

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Former X Factor USA contestant Rachel Crow has signed contracts with Columbia Records and Nickelodeon.

Rachel (13) made it as far as the quarter-finals during the Fox reality competition’s first season late last year. She proved popular with the public and caused quite a stir when she was eliminated.

Now she has signed a joint record contract with Columbia and Simon Cowell’s own record label, Syco.

Crow is thrilled by the offers. She admits she felt down after the elimination an d wondered if her showbiz dreams would come to nothing.

“So, it’s pretty amazing. I’m very thankful and I feel very blessed to have all this.”

“All this” is to share a record label with award-winning artists such as Beyonce and Adele.

Crow has also signed a deal with Nickelodeon which reportedly includes her own musical comedy pilot. She will also appear in at least five episodes of upcoming series Fred: The Show as Starr, a young girl who wants to become famous.

It looks like Rachel Crow won’t be a wannabe for much longer.

Nickelodeon’s Paula Kaplan said that Crow is “an original… [she's] funny, genuine and has raw talent and a passion for performing.”

As we previously reported, fellow X Factor contenders Brian “Astro” Bradley, Marcus Canty and Chris Rene have all joined first season winner Melanie Amaro on Epic Records.

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