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X Factor favourite has been on The Jeremy Kyle Show – where she was accused of STEALING

She failed lie-detector test in DNA row

As Kayley Taylor bellowed out the Evanescence track My Immortal on Saturday night’s episode of The X Factor, we got a real sense of déjà vu.

That face – we couldn’t help thinking we’d seen it somewhere before.

Sure enough, it transpires that the talented hopeful has been on TV before, in rather different circumstances.

The 27-year-old from Liverpool appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show three years ago, where she was accused of stealing her dad’s mobile phone.

Kayley is determined to make up for any mistakes she’s made in the past (Credit: ITV)

In the segment – I found my long-lost father and I hope DNA proves he’s not my dad – Kayley’s old man accused her of pinching his handset, an allegation that she denied.

However, Kayley was made to take the ITV daytime show’s infamous lie-detector test – and FAILED.

Now, though, the tattooed mum says she’s determined to make amends for past slip-ups.

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“I don’t pretend to be perfect – I’m human,” she told The Sun.

“I’ve made a number of mistakes in the past and I’m now trying to better my life.”

Kayley appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show three years ago (Credit: ITV/YouTube)

She made the best possible start when she appeared on Saturday’s X Factor – the curtain-raiser for the ITV singing show’s 14th series.

As well as wowing the judges with her crooning skills – she secured four yeses from the judges – she had the place in stitches.

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First, she turned around to reveal a tattoo she’d had done on her lower back – of Simon Cowell’s name alongside a heart.

And then she described herself as a “Vicky Pollard lookalike” – a reference to the overweight character from sketch show Little Britain.

But putting Kayley through to Bootcamp, Sharon Osbourne told her: “Stop all the [expletive] about the weight – it doesn’t matter.

“It’s who you are.”

Well, if Saturday’s performance is anything to go by, Kayley’s a potential winner – and that’s definitely not a lie.