LONDON, October 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Last year's X Factor star Amelia Lily has been stunned with a surprise 18th birthday present, a top of the range limited edition car.
The X Factor finalist has wowed the pop world proving that she is a born star after a whirlwind 12 months. Amelia Lily, at just 18 and with a smash hit already to her name, has been given her dream car, a Nissan Juke.
The recently launched Juke Ministry of Sound edition, is Nissan's latest model with only 3,000 going in to production across Europe. With her chart smashing hit, You Bring Me Joy blasting from the specially fabricated sound system
Amelia Lily said:
"I couldn't believe it when I saw the car, it took me a moment to realise that it was actually for me. I just need to pass my test now!"
Against its white exterior, the decoration of the car made it hard to miss. Winn Solicitors, a national road traffic accident specialist that is dedicated to helping young drivers after accidents on the road, is responsible for the generous gift.
Jeff Winn, managing director and founder of Winn Solicitors, commented: "We really wanted to push the boat out for Amelia's coming of age. We got a bit of inside information from her dad Barry and found out that this is her dream car."
To present the gift, Amelia's family and friends gathered at the swanky Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf Hotel to celebrate her milestone birthday with a surprise party.
Amelia commented: "I haven't had much time to spend with my family and friends recently so this has been really special. Winn Solicitors has been extremely kind organising the brunch party and of course giving me the car. I can't wait to be able to drive it."
With a turbulent time in X Factor after her shock exit in the first live shows and then her subsequent reinstatement in to the 6th live show, Amelia has set the pop world alight.
Jeff Winn concluded: "To think Amelia entered the X Factor auditions at just 16 and already has a UK arena tour and a UK number two under her belt. She really is showing the music industry that X Factor is just the beginning for her."
SOURCE Winn Solicitors