Students at Trafford College’s Manchester Music Base are rallying in support of fellow student and X Factor contestant Misha B.
Following her shock position on the show in the ‘sing off’ two weeks ago, classmates at the college have joined together to lend their support for the singer.
Misha, currently a vocal artist student at Trafford College’s Manchester Music Base, was saved by the judges in the sing off against Kitty Brucknell for her vocal talent and potential as an artist in the music business.
Misha fought her way to survival with her own unique version of Jessie J’s latest hit ‘Who You Are.’
Her classmates, who have tirelessly campaigned to support Misha from the beginning of her X Factor journey, are encouraging fans and Trafford residents to vote for their local contestant to keep her in the competition.
Her friend Naomi Read said: “When I’ve spoken to Misha, she feels like she’s living a dream, she’s working so hard and she really wants this.
“She’s such a lovely person and always helps other students in college to achieve their best. We’re all voting for her in college and so are our friends and families, we just want all want her to win the X Factor.”
Fellow classmate and close friend of Misha, Courtney Reid added: “There’s a lot of support for her here at the college, and we are doing all we can to encourage people to vote for her.
“We were shocked she was in the bottom two again, as her performance was amazing. We’re promoting her on Facebook and Twitter and are holding events this week in the city centre and at college too. Keep voting Misha.”