The third instalment of the series last weekend saw Tom Jones heap praise for the singer.
Before auditioning, the 27-year-old former flight attendant told viewers she was “Greek Cypriot” and her beaming smile and bubbly personality clearly made a good impression on the studio audience.
Christina was born in Liverpool and lives in London. She has performed in several pubs in Camden, singing acoustic covers of big names in the industry, such as Whitney Housten, Rita Ora, Coldplay and Zayn Malik.
On last week’s show, she only required one judge to “turn around” in order to make it through to the next stage of the competition, but Will.i.am, Tom Jones and Olly Murs all turned around!
Olly Murs in his performance reaction to Christina said, “That was amazing. Fantastic audition. I love your voice, love the energy, I love looking around and seeing the place feel alive.”
Tom Jones commented: “I love what you did (with your voice) your in control of that song. I couldn’t find any fault with you at all.”
Christina chose Will.i.am as her coach, who she once met on a flight she was working on.
Will.i.am recollected “The year 2012 or 13…” when he met Christina at the airport lounge. That for sure is a pretty happy coincidence.
Christina was supported by her grandmother in the ‘holding area’ with hostess Emma Willis.
Grandma appeared delighted at seeing Christina’s progression to the next round.
Christina mentioned on the show that she enjoyed cooking Cypriot dishes with her grandma.
The singer plays the piano and has an Official Facebook and YouTube channel.
London Greek Radio wishes Christina the best of luck in the talent show.