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Orchard Park Native A Hit On Simon Cowell’s “The X-Factor” [Video]

Fox’s new show “The X-Factor” is in it’s second week, following last week’s premiere episodes on Wednesday and Thursday evening.  If you watched, you may remember Caitlin Koch.  Turns out Caitilin is a Western New Yorker!

Caitlin Koch belted out “Stop in the Name of Love” for her audtion on Thursday night last week.  All of the judges sang her praises and passed her through to the next round.

WGRZ  reports Koch is a 2007 graduate of Orchard Park High School. Should she win the top prize of five-million-dollars, Caitlin plans to give part of it to the charity Donate-Life  in honor of her neice who passed away in March and donated her organs to others.

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