X Factor star Fleur East has shared a moving tribute to her dad Malcolm after revealing he has died.
Fleur, 32, shared an emotional statement on Instagram alongside an array of pictures of them together.
The Sax songstress and I'm A Celebrity star wrote: "I will forever continue to make you proud."
"Daddy East, Max, the ultimate G! What a man you were!
"So young at heart, always living in the moment! Swagger in abundance and such an unforgettable presence.
The singer added: "Loved by so many! You were always my biggest fan! Cheering me on until the end.
"You taught me and Keshia to be confident and to always chase our dreams. I will forever continue to make you proud. I'm so happy you saw us achieve so much."
"Every note I sing, every song I write and everything I do, will be for you. This album is for you Dad."
"Love you so much Daddy Darling. Have an amazing time up there! See you soon."
Fleur didn't provide any details to followers about the reason for her dad's death.
X Factor presenter Dermot O'Leary shared his condolences, as he wrote on the post: "Oh Fleur. So sorry. He was a lovely guy Big love."
Meanwhile Fleur's I'm A Celeb co-star Nick Knowles added: "Deepest sympathies my friend – you and Keshia are testament to who he was."
Girls Aloud star Nicola Roberts also replied, telling Fleur: "Sending you love babe xx."
While fellow pop singer Pixie Lott commented: "So sorry Fleur! Lots of love to you."
Fleur first competed on the second series of The X Factor in 2005 as a member of the girl group Addictiv Ladies. She then returned as a solo artist in 2014 for the ITV show's eleventh series, where she was named runner-up.
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