X Factor star Lucy Spraggan looks completely unrecognisable as she shares her incredible body transformation

X FACTOR star Lucy Spraggan stunned fans as she showed off her incredible body transformation.

Lucy – who appeared on the singing competition back in 2012 – looks unrecognisable as she shared a series of photos of her trim physique and rock hard abs.


It was a far cry from her days on The X Factor, when she sported dark locks and baggy tops.

In one photo, the singer showed off her trim figure in a neon orange figure-hugging dress.

She then slipped into a stripy bikini and showed off her tattooed arms.

In the images, Lucy looked completely different with blonde tresses, a fedora hat, a beige shirt and leather trousers.

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Lucy was a popular contestant during her time on the ITV talent show and impressed the judges with a song she had written.

Although she didn't win the competition as she had to pull out due to illness, the Sheffield singer went on to sign a record deal with Columbia but later went independent.

Last year, the songwriter transformed her body through intense workouts, quitting booze, and cutting down on her food intake.

But she warned fans not to copy her 500 calorie-a-day diet after her three-stone weight loss.

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She told the Mirror: "All I really want to do is guide people on the same journey I have been on, that I am still on, but without all the mistakes.

"At the beginning I was eating 500 calories a day, which is not enough for an adult human being.

"And I just wanted to be able to put my message out there but with a qualified personal trainer and a nutritionist who know what they are talking about, to assist people to do the same."

Lucy also underwent a boob job at the end of November after he weight loss caused her boobs to shrink from from a 36/38C to a 32A.

In 2020, Lucy said she had "never felt as alive and awake" after she quit drinking.

"Today I am 11 months sober," she told fans, saying it's her biggest achievement to date.

"11 months ago I had no idea what kind of an impact giving up alcohol would have on my life but I knew that I’d had enough of burying my problems, hiding behind the false confidence that drinking gave me and spending so much of my life just incredibly sad.

"I didn’t drink every day, I didn’t physically depend on alcohol, I couldn’t think of anything worse than drinking in the morning and I used to think that meant I didn’t have a problem. I didn’t fit the mould of what a person with an alcohol problem looked like.

"I was a self-described ‘life of the party’ which meant I needed everyone to be having MY kind of fun, everything had to be 100mph, I’d be pushy if you weren’t keeping up with me and I was always the last one to bed. Or not sometimes.

"But I always ended up in this miserable trance, either at the end of the night or for the days after."

Lucy admits she still struggles with moderation – but not just when it comes to alcohol.

She added: "I either have the whole cake or no cake at all. I either work out so hard I fracture my own rib or I don’t work out.

"I know now that it wouldn’t just be one cheeky Guinness, so for me, it’s none at all. I have learnt what discipline means. With stopping an entire lifetime of habit I have learnt what it means to say no to myself, and in turn what it feels like to say ‘yes’ to myself.

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"To push my body to do incredible things, learn new skills, let actual authentic happiness into my brain. 11 months of sobriety, amongst a lot of other achievements I hold highly, is my biggest to date. Next month I turn 29 years old and 12 months sober.

"I have never felt as alive and awake as I do right now."



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