Who is Janice Robinson? The ‘Dreamer’ songwriter who amazed Simon Cowell on ...

X Factor judge Simon Cowell, 58, was left gobsmacked when singing hopeful Janice Robinson took to the stage during tonight's episode.

The singer from Garfield, New Jersey, made a lasting impression as she sang a rendition of Dreamer by Livin’ Joy.

New judge Ayda Field, 39, was insanely drawn to the contestant, referring to her as: “One of my people” as they both originate from America.

However, the songstress admitted during her introduction that she already had a past within the music industry.

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Janice revealed to the ITV judging panel that she was the songwriter and a vocalist for the 1994 smash hit Dreamer.

The 56-year-old was originally a member of the group who had two dance tracks related during the 1990’s.

Dreamer had a successful record on the UK charts, spending six consecutive weeks in the UK top 100 and reaching the number one position.

After a taste of life in the music industry, Janice released her own solo album which also gained favourable reviews.

Wanting to bring her chart success to a more modern audience, the mother-of-two brought the house down with her rendition of the chart hit.

Ayda and her husband Robbie Williams, 44, who also sits on the judging panel this year took to their feet and danced along with the audience.

X Factor 2018: Who is Janice Robinson?X Factor 2018: Who is Janice Robinson? The ‘Dreamer’ songwriter who amazed Simon Cowell (Image: The X Factor, Thames/Syco for ITV, returns at 8pm Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd September.)

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