The X Factor is still huge across the pond, with the show the show taking the United Kingdom by storm series after series.
OK! magazine claims that the singer has deleted a number of tweets in which he criticised the competition.
Judges Cheryl and Simon Cowell have both admitted they made a mistake, with the Girls Aloud star saying: “You were the biggest regret of my category past year”.
Thankfully CHÉ CHESTERMEN, the 18-year-old singer and song writer from Basildon and HAVVA REKBE restored the quality.
We’re still waiting for that hair-raising moment from her first audition a year ago but with more to prove than anyone else when faced with those six stools on Saturday, we’re going to guess the best is yet to come.
During Sunday night’s episode of the show, he wrote: “I was so nervous but thanks guys x”.
If she literally means literally it’s OK, there’s always medical assistance on hand in the form of Cheryl Fernandez-Versini wearing what appeared to be a white doctor’s coat.
X Factor’s bootcamp comes to an end tonight, Sunday 27 September from 7-9pm on ITV.
Following his performance the judges argued over if Josh was right for the boy’s category.
Bupsi, Ben Clark and Philippine girl band 4 Power also made the cut.
X Factor bootcamp comes to a dramatic conclusion tonight which will see the judges select the final contestants for the Six Chair Challenge.
Following her performance, Louisa said: “Whenever I sing I just go blank”.
Unfortunately, the sense of occasion is also diluted by the fact that there are still simply far too many people left for viewers to feel remotely emotionally invested. “I just go into my own little world and I don’t really remember what I was thinking but wherever I was it was wonderful”.
X Factor hopeful Monica Michael locked herself away and became a recluse after suffering cruel taunts following her brother’s death past year. At day three of bootcamp, spirits were high and nerves were felt by all, EF is here to give you the recap on what happened.