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Wednesday 27 August 2014

Pictured: X Factor Jedward twins ditch the quiffs and let their hair down

John and Edward Grimes X Factor finalists at the Park Royal Studios, London
John and Edward GrimesX Factor finalists at the Park Royal Studios, London
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The X Factor Grimes twins John and Edward let their hair down yesterday.





The twins from Dublin, emerged from rehearsals in London sporting new hairdos ahead of tomorrow night's show.

Their famous quiffs were nowhere to be seen.



Instead, the pair, dubbed 'Jedward', wore their blonde hair brushed down on their foreheads, raising questions among their fanswhether they would shed their spikes for tomorrow night's performance.



The Lucan duo have been the talking point of this year's 'X Factor' show thanks to their frenetic dancing and off-key singing.



The boys have also been subjected to a torrent of criticism.



Robbie Williams, a self-confessed Jedward fan, has rallied to their defence, saying they are "really entertaining".



Source Irish Independent

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