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Sexy Lexy & Cutie Craig Set The Pace

Sexy Lexy & Cutie Craig Set The PaceWoS IDOL 2004: It's your last chance to vote for the new face of Wales

Sexy Lexy Johnson and hunky Craig Jones could be soon be packing their bags and sunning themselves in Ibiza.

They are the current favourites to walk off with our WoS Idol title after hundreds of readers voted for them as their number one choice for the new faces of Wales.

Lexy, 19, from Cwmbran, is currently leading the way in the ladies group, while keen rugby player Craig seems to have an army of fans who think he should win the title.

Rachel Rice, from Cwmbran, has also received bags of support, with some fans sending us emails to tell us how great she looks.

Sarah Payne told us "Rachel Rice looks the classiest and that's what this industry needs. We've got too many Jordan wannabes and as for the boys what can I say, that Will Adams looks like Joe Calzaghe. He's well fit!

"These two have my vote, they would look cute together so they are perfect for the WoS Idol".

But, if you'd rather see one of the other gorgeous Welsh lads and lasses enjoying a fun-filled holiday in the party capital with a pal, send us your votes now. Don't just sit there with an opinion - send in the voting coupon and do your bit! 

We've had hundreds of votes so far and this week we're giving you another chance to help your favourite contestant win the Ibiza holiday, thanks to Swansea's hottest club Escape: plus VIP tickets to Escape Into The Park 2004 and a professional photo-shoot with award-winning photographer Glenn Edwards.

All you need to do is fill in the coupon in the Wales on Sunday, telling us which boy and which girl you think deserves to be crowned WoS Idol 2004.

You've got until Thursday, July 29 to send us your coupons but no photocopies, e-mail votes or letters will be accepted.

The Wales on Sunday will reveal the lucky winners next week.

(First published in the Wales on Sunday 25.7.04 and written by Rachel Mainwaring, Features and Showbiz Editor)

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