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X Factor duo serenades surprised fans in M'boro

A GROUP of unsuspecting music fans was treated to a special surprise on Friday as the X-Factor's Taylor Henderson and Caitlyn Shadbolt popped in for a visit to Maryborough's Community Lifestyle Agency.

Only a select few had heard about the pending visit from the talent show finalists who were happy to stop by the disability support service ahead of their performance at the Brolga Theatre last night.

Team leader Sara Delhaas said it was a delight to see the eager group, many of whom were "true fans" and had tickets to the show, "light up and walk around with smiles on their faces".

The singing duo serenaded the group with a few of their favourites before handing around to meet with everyone, pose for photos and sign autographs.

The X Factor finalist Taylor Henderson sings for clients of the Community Lifestyle Agency.
The X Factor finalist Taylor Henderson sings for clients of the Community Lifestyle Agency. Brendan Bufi

 

Topics:  brolga theatre, maryborough, taylor henderson, the x factor




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