Sunderland AFC stars show support for X Factor hopeful Molly Scott

Sunderland AFC players have given their backing to teenage singer Molly Scott as she gears up for her second live performance on the X Factor.

Thursday, 25th October 2018, 10:30 am
Updated Thursday, 25th October 2018, 1:38 pm
Molly Scott has has the backing of Sunderland AFC as she prepares for the second week on the X Factor.

In it, the pair said the club was rooting for the Easington star to win the competition.

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Power said: "Molly, congratulations on making it to the live shows.

Honeyman added: "Good luck Molly, from everyone here at Sunderland."

Their backing is the latest in a wave of support Molly has received since appearing on the ITV show.

On a brief visit home this week, the young performer said she was 'overwhelmed' by the amount of support from the likes local businesses and people in the region, with many putting up 'Vote For Molly' posters.

SAFC midfielderMax Power, along with captain and fellow midfielderGeorge Honeyman, showed their support for X Factor star Molly Scott. Image by SAFC.

She met with teacher Nadine Kennedy Wood and fellow dancers to fill them in on her incredible experience.

In a Tweet this week Molly said: "I am so grateful for all your love and support!

"Please please vote for me on a landline or mobile and add 04 to vote for me.

The Stadium of Light in Sunderland. SAFC players Max Power and George Honeymanare backing Molly Scott to win.

"Also, vote of the X Factor app, you get five free votes.

"Can’t thank you all enough, but please keep supporting me."