Ferguson claimed she experienced 'deeply disturbing' treatment earlier in her music career.
The former 'X Factor' contestants claim the artists who appear on the show are treated like slaves and need to be protected.
The former X Factor star shares a shocking open letter about the abuses she endured in her music career.
“I wouldn’t get a boyfriend in a music video. What if you split up and then you’re haunted by that video!” Rebecca told The Daily Star. “Imagine having to watch that with your husband! – J-Lo had that with Ben Affleck.
It’s also been revealed that this year’s cast will include a total of 15 celebrities, which means two of this year’s 17 professional dancers will be left without a partner, and will traditionally serve as substitutes in case of injuries or illness. During the Strictly launch show we will discover which celebrities and which pros have been partnered together, before the stars take to the floor for the first time to perform a group number. Additionally, former X Factor stars Olly Murs and Rebecca Ferguson will both appear as musical guests on the opening show.
X Factor’s Rebecca Ferguson has spoken out for the first time since the woman who conned her out of £43,000 was jailed last month. Rachel Taylor, 54, was jailed for 16 months for frauding Rebecca out of £43,086, some of which the singer believed was being used to set up a trust fund for daughter Lillie May.