AN X-FACTOR-style competition at Leyton Sixth Form College (LSC) had special guest stars the Addictiv Ladies, who were in the final 12 in ITV's X-Factor.

The show started with sensational dance group, Ghetto Angels, who were followed by an equally talented line-up of LSC students performing dances and solo songs.

The grand finale was performed by the Addictiv Ladies, a local group consisting of Nicola Owusu-Akontah, 16, an A-level student at LSC, Fleur East, 17, and Stephanie Yamson, 17, from Holy Family Technology College in Walthamstow, and Vivienne Umeh, 17, a student Trinity College, Woodford Green.

The audience voted for their three favourite acts at the end of the show and the winner was Eric Mumba with his Michael Jackson Moonwalk.

Felicia Alumu came second with a solo performance of her own song, I Could Never, and dance group Just in Time, with Stephanie Eniafe, Yemi Abiodun and Jermey Karikari, won third place.

Eric said: "I felt really happy about the reaction I got I have never received a reception like that in my life, and I would like to thank everybody that came."