Union J have managed to make the most of their time on X Factor two years ago and are about to release their second album.
However, the boyband probs won’t be making bezzies with anyone from this year’s show, as they have claimed none of them are putting the work in required to win!
Outspoken singer Jaymi Hensley said: “I think they’re lazy. There’s no consistency. I’m not saying we were consistent, our first week on X Factor was rubbish, but we really progressed.
“Everyone in our year got better towards the end, but look at Lola Saunders – she started off amazing and then it all went away. Fleur East is the one to watch. No one took notice of her at auditions, but she’s working hard and getting better and better. She wants to get signed, and 100% at the moment, she’s the only one that could be.”
And it seems George Shelley agrees with him – especially when it comes to everyone’s favourite little Italian bear Andrea Faustini and octoband Stereo Kicks.
He said: “I think people are getting bored of Andrea, he’s doing the same thing every week. He’s great, but there’s got to be a journey. With Stereo Kicks, they all blend into one a bit, don’t they?!”
We may not agree with you George, but you’re welcome to your opinion. We live in a democracy after all.
But we LOVE us some Andrea.
However, the group – who recently entertained crowds at Westfield Stratford to launch the Singstar Ultimate Party on PlayStation4 – are very supportive of the new judging line-up, specifically Mel B.
JJ Hamblett added: “I think the judging line-up is world class. Having Simon Cowell back and Cheryl there is great, and I think Mel B is awesome, she’s not getting the credit she deserves. You could tell she doesn’t care and I love that about her.”
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