"Really silly" or not, the truth always comes out.
Although Stacy Francis has continued to assert that she's been an unemployed, single mother for the past 12 years, more and more proof continues to surface that suggests quite the opposite!
The X Factor contestant has claimed via Twitter that she "never toured with Madonna, Chaka Khan, or Prince" and that she "never had a solo record deal, nor has one ever been released," but according to the bio section on her now-deleted website:
Stacy performed in "Girlfriend", a made for television movie produced by Oprah Winfrey and appeared on Broadway in the show, "Boys Choir and Friend's on Broadway."
An ardent desire to perform in musical theater lead to a starring role opposite the legendary recording artist, Chaka Kahn in the West End production of "Mama I Want To Sing" in London. This afforded her the opportunity to perform at the Olivier Awards, Britain's equivalent to the American Tony Awards.
Before returning to the States, Stacy performed in Tokyo and then returned home to star in "Born To Sing," at Madison Square Garden with gospel greats, CeCe Winans and Shirley Caesar. Rave reviews for her performance led to an invitation to join the cast of "Smokey Joe's Cafe" on Broadway. This was followed by roles in "Street Corner Symphony" and the hit Broadway show, "Footloose" where she originated the role of Rusty.
Other noted performances include singing background vocals for Madonna and having the privilege of performing in concert beside Prince - he featured her with his band.
And, of course, you can check out a screengrab from the website, which says blatantly on the main page "You can enjoy clips of her new CD release HERE." (above)!
We don't know if she's trying to hide all of this herself, or if it were the producers on X Factor, but obviously, we think it's time to stop the denial and come clean!
Especially now that the public is behind the voting now! They're not going to like being lied to, gurl!
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