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Sweetie, darling?

She fell head over heels in front of Dannii Minogue and survived a tongue-lashing from Simon Cowell, but that’s nothing compared to the now- Hollyoaks star’s toughest challenge yet – our sweetie jar of random questions… Everybody now, in your best X Factor voice, it’s… RACHEL AD-ED-E-JI!

Thank you peter Dickson

What’s the most embarrassing moment of your career so far?

When I fell flat on my face on The X Factor meeting Dannii Minogue. That’s received five million views or so on YouTube.

Which supermarket do you shop in? Oh, all the places. I do love an Marks & Spencer, Tesco and Aldi.

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Out of the Blue: Simon Webbe on why we need to stand up and start talking about mental health. Elsewhere in the issue, Five to Five recreate Take That's iconic Do What U Like video; Julian Clary on embracing one's queerness; celebrated queer actor Cecil Baldwin speaks out against HIV stigma; Shania Twain on the comeback she thought would never happen; Francis Lee on his 'British Brokeback' God's Own Country; an expanded style section that will leave you gagging; plus opinion, travel and much more.