Acorns Hospice ambassador is a hit with the ladies at the Pride Of Britain awards

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X Factor judge and pop princess, Nicole Scherzinger, has invited a brave Pride of Britain winner to be her VIP guest at the final of the ITV talent show.

17-year-old Moin Younis, won Nicole’s heart at the Daily Mirror’s 'Pride of Britain Award's' on Monday and was even more thrilled when her manager contacted him, inviting him to be her VIP guest at the X Factor final. Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Moin, who has Epidermolysis bullosa which makes his skin blister and tear at the slightest touch, said:

“I can’t wait to meet all the judges again at the X Factor final. Nicole has said I can go backstage and everything.

"Nicole and I got on really well on the night. All my mates were really jealous that I got a kiss.”

Despite his constant pain, Moin, from Handsworth Wood, Birmingham, won the Teenager of Courage award for his work as an ambassador for Acorns Children’s Hospice, which looks after life limited children in the West Midlands. 


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