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Matt, 48, reportedly took Rebecca out for a spooky date as they took part in a private Jack the Ripper tour of East London before heading to Brick Lane for a curry.
A source told The Mirror: "It was a bit of a bizarre date, but they seemed really loved-up and only had eyes for each other.
Police enquiries are still pending."I'm not allowed," the 27-year-old says, hesitantly. Just false people all round, really."To suggest that Ferguson has been through the mill since coming second on The X Factor in 2010 (losing out to Matt Cardle) is to understate matters.
On the show, she was a cripplingly shy 23-year-old single mother of two and, in her own words, "such a nice person; that's how everyone saw me. I was too giving, too trusting."This is why Freedom is such a stark album.
As with much that comes from Simon Cowell's stable, it boasts the rather anonymous high-gloss sheen of any modern soul record, but this doesn't, mercifully, mask her exquisitely husky, old-school vocal, nor the stinging sentiments that soar in songs like "Fake Smile" and "Hanging On".
This is, in its own way, a protest record."It's pretty much about depression and frustration," she says, summoning up a hollow laugh.
As she sits and gets comfortable, she admits there is much she cannot talk about, however much she'd like to.
She can't, for example, discuss her former management company, Modest!
The pair are believed to have been enjoying a romantic date in the capital just days after they met during a taping of the The Jonathan Ross Show.The insider said: "It was clear they liked each other and things just started from there." Rebecca shot to fame on The X Factor in 2010 when she finished as runner-up to winner Matt Cardle.She was on the show at the same time as One Direction, and later revealed she enjoyed a brief romance with bandmember Zayn Malik.People would have wanted more from him."You have to learn not to care.It's just fame, it's so fickle."Fame can be a good thing but you can't get obsessed with it.