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When you match 4 balls + Thunderball on The National Lottery’s Thunderball game WITH a spray tan, heavy make-up and dressed in a glitzy sequined outfit, Ellie-May glides across the stage. She looks every inch the child beauty queen and has the dazzling smile to boot. But this isn’t any ordinary talent contest – and behind her ear-to-ear grin lies a secret story rarely understood by the public. Ellie-May, aged just eight, is one of hundreds of Britain’s gypsy kids who live in caravans, then move on every few weeks to somewhere new.
And now we can get an unprecedented look into their extraordinary and often extremely private lives.
From moving 30 times in six months, to never going to school and competing in their very own contest, The Gypsy Factor, life for these young girls is a rollercoaster.
Ellie-May is lucky that her family love to splash out on expensive dresses and take her to compete in shows.
She spends hours at home in her caravan watching pop star videos and perfecting her routines for each show around doing the housework and helping her mother.
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