X Factor rebel Frankie Cocozza has been caught up in scandal throughout his time on the show but it seems the Brighton boy has finally gone too far and subsequently has been axed from the show. Meanwhile, retail giant Marks & Spencer revealed their annual Christmas advert, which has been given an X Factor twist.
After news of Frankie’s departure from the X Factor house had spread, he released a statement saying: “I no longer deserve my place in the show, so I am therefore leaving. I would like to thank everyone who has supported me.”
Questioned on Frankie’s actions, his mentor Gary Barlow admitted: “I’m hugely disappointed that he’s thrown away an opportunity like this after working so hard to get here.”
Now no longer in the show, Frankie will also not feature in the collaborative Christmas advert with Marks & Spencer, which sees the X Factor finalists singing When You Wish Upon A Star.
All dressed in the M&S Christmas collection, look out for the