Frankie Cocozza - Frankie Cocozza Chops Hair Off, Waits For Career To Pick Up

Is this news? Apparently so, 'X Factor' bad boy Frankie Cocozza has had his hair cut, which we should all be thankful for, the 18 year-old appeared to be looking greasier the more famous he became after being booted out of the singing show last year.
Thankfully Cocozza isn't really that famous, his peak might possibly have been appearing on 'Celebrity Big Brother' but that was a while ago now and it doesn't seem like the teenager is up to anything really worthwhile.
The UK's Daily Mirror reports that Jamie Stevens, apparently the resident stylist on 'X Factor', live tweeted the haircut. "I'm going to be giving FrankieCocozza a new restyle today. The mop is going. I'll be tweeting live picts later as it happens. From 530 x". Following that he tweeted "Getting a lot of abusive messages about frankiesgettinghishaircutoff. Chill, he is in gd hands. I'm men's British hairdresser of the yr!!" So how's he looking after all that? Yeah, alright really, with a seemingly shaven back and sides and then a huge fringe styled upwards. The kid's looking good, if only he had some place to be.


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Nicole Scherzinger Steals The Show As X-Factor Kicks Off in London [Pictures] 3764691 News

Fans whooped with delight as X Factor judges Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger arrived on the red carpet outside Wembley Arena. 2013 marks Ozzy Osbourne's wife, Sharon's first return as a judge on the panel in six years, whilst Nicole, Louis and Gary all returning from last series.

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger Wowed In A Hot Pink Shirt.

As reported by the Press Association via The Independent, Take That's Gary Barlow described Sharon's return as mingling with "royalty," showing his excitement to be working alongside the Black Sabbath manager: "It's great fun, and she's unpredictable and you can't plan for anything. But it's great and it's really good to have her back," He also added that already battle lines were being drawn between the four judges, with Sharon and Louis tending to take sides against him and Nicole, describing the split as "artists versus managers."

Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne's Return Is Like Being In The Presence Of "Royalty," According To Gary Barlow.

Barlow has said that, despite previous difficulties enticing groups to audition, there has been an influx of bands this year who are already showing themselves to be a promising category: "At this point I think the groups are the strongest this year. We've never seen the groups looking so strong. But if there was a category to have, I think it would be that one."

Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow Spoke Of The Strength Of The X Factor 2013.

The Take That come-back artist has announced that this year's series will be his last for the foreseeable future, raising suggestions that the curmudgeonly former judge Simon Cowell may be making a return.

Louis Walsh
Louis Walsh Looking Suave In A Blue Jacket, Said To Side With Sharon In Arguments.

Auditionees had already made it through the first two rounds in front of TV producers, with the best now being given the chance to sing in front of the celebrity judging panel.

Dismissing the notion that the X Factor concept was losing credibility in the face of The Sun's report that 2011 runner-up Frankie Cocozza earned more than winners Little Mix, Barlow explained "I think if you just look backwards, see what the winners have done and what they've achieved from nothing, then that's why everyone's here and they're so excited, and they work so hard to put their audition together.

They're very serious, the contestants are really serious about what they do - and that's why, because the possibilities from this point are enormous."

See More Photos From The X Factor Auditions In Our Gallery.

Fans whooped with delight as X Factor judges Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh, Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger arrived on the red carpet outside Wembley Arena. 2013 marks Ozzy Osbourne's wife, Sharon's first return as a judge on the panel in six years, whilst Nicole, Louis and Gary all returning from last series.

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger Wowed In A Hot Pink Shirt.

As reported by the Press Association via The Independent, Take That's Gary Barlow described Sharon's return as mingling with "royalty," showing his excitement to be working alongside the Black Sabbath manager: "It's great fun, and she's unpredictable and you can't plan for anything. But it's great and it's really good to have her back," He also added that already battle lines were being drawn between the four judges, with Sharon and Louis tending to take sides against him and Nicole, describing the split as "artists versus managers."

Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne's Return Is Like Being In The Presence Of "Royalty," According To Gary Barlow.

Barlow has said that, despite previous difficulties enticing groups to audition, there has been an influx of bands this year who are already showing themselves to be a promising category: "At this point I think the groups are the strongest this year. We've never seen the groups looking so strong. But if there was a category to have, I think it would be that one."

Gary Barlow
Gary Barlow Spoke Of The Strength Of The X Factor 2013.

The Take That come-back artist has announced that this year's series will be his last for the foreseeable future, raising suggestions that the curmudgeonly former judge Simon Cowell may be making a return.

Louis Walsh
Louis Walsh Looking Suave In A Blue Jacket, Said To Side With Sharon In Arguments.

Auditionees had already made it through the first two rounds in front of TV producers, with the best now being given the chance to sing in front of the celebrity judging panel.

Dismissing the notion that the X Factor concept was losing credibility in the face of The Sun's report that 2011 runner-up Frankie Cocozza earned more than winners Little Mix, Barlow explained "I think if you just look backwards, see what the winners have done and what they've achieved from nothing, then that's why everyone's here and they're so excited, and they work so hard to put their audition together.

They're very serious, the contestants are really serious about what they do - and that's why, because the possibilities from this point are enormous."

See More Photos From The X Factor Auditions In Our Gallery.

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Fix Scandal On X Factor As Rylan Is Saved From The Chop 3317174 News

X-Factor judge Louis Walsh is now at the centre of a fix scandal after he was seen talking furiously to a member of the show’s staff while hopeful Carolynne Poole was performing in the sing-off.

According to The Metro, this person was executive producer Richard Holloway, which has led to speculation Louis was told to send the vote to deadlock in a bid to keep Rylan Clark on the show. “Live from the audience at #xfactor Louis saying to Tulisa he was told to take it to DEADLOCK.” said a tweet from an audience member. “Fix!” the masses have cried. “I’m pretty sure the X Factor just showed the whole country how set up it is. Not that we didn’t know that anyway. The producers f*cked it” tweeted the erstwhile X-Factor bad-boy Frankie Cocozza.

It hasn’t been a sterling week for ITV’s flagship talent show; in addition to the ‘fix’ claims, many were angry at the decision to open the phone lines before the acts had even sung. ITV told The Mirror: “This is a hugely positive change to The X Factor voting format to meet the changing needs and behaviour of our highly engaged viewers.” But viewers have been moved to label the show “money hungry” as the animosity continues. The X-Factor hey? It never fails to make the headlines.

X-Factor judge Louis Walsh is now at the centre of a fix scandal after he was seen talking furiously to a member of the show’s staff while hopeful Carolynne Poole was performing in the sing-off.

According to The Metro, this person was executive producer Richard Holloway, which has led to speculation Louis was told to send the vote to deadlock in a bid to keep Rylan Clark on the show. “Live from the audience at #xfactor Louis saying to Tulisa he was told to take it to DEADLOCK.” said a tweet from an audience member. “Fix!” the masses have cried. “I’m pretty sure the X Factor just showed the whole country how set up it is. Not that we didn’t know that anyway. The producers f*cked it” tweeted the erstwhile X-Factor bad-boy Frankie Cocozza.

It hasn’t been a sterling week for ITV’s flagship talent show; in addition to the ‘fix’ claims, many were angry at the decision to open the phone lines before the acts had even sung. ITV told The Mirror: “This is a hugely positive change to The X Factor voting format to meet the changing needs and behaviour of our highly engaged viewers.” But viewers have been moved to label the show “money hungry” as the animosity continues. The X-Factor hey? It never fails to make the headlines.

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