X-Factor winner Matt Cardle caught on video in Essex

PUBLISHED: 17:03 02 March 2011

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X-FACTOR winner Matt Cardle has been captured on video at a venue in an Essex village just weeks after registering a number one hit.

Matt is known to be a very humble guy and he came back to one of the venues that helped launch his career prior to the X-Factor success – High Barn in Great Bardfield.

He performed there in early February during one of the venue’s acoustic open mic nights and put in an amazing performance, but don’t take our word for it, organisers at the venue caught the whole thing on tape.

See the video at the High Barn website here

www.high-barn.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=24


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