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Sunday 26 October 2014

Romeo Frankie puts love on hold

Frankie has put his love life on hold for the live finals

X Factor romeo Frankie Cocozza has put his love life on hold for the duration of the show.

The teenager from Brighton, who flashed his bottom at the judges during his audition, admitted he was nervous of performing on the live show.

He said: "I think once I'm out there I won't want to leave the stage. Just get me out there."

The 18-year-old, who is holed up in the X Factor house with the other contestants, said he was not interested in a relationship with any of the girls.

He said: "I'm all music now. Now I've got this far I can't have no distractions".

Frankie got the judges' attention during his first audition when he told the panel he had the names of seven different girls he met on holiday tattooed on his backside and then bared all to prove it.

Meanwhile, his fellow contestant Jonjo Kerr could be back on the front line if his bid for X Factor fame does not work out.

The 27-year-old, who has been given special permission by the Army to star in the show, said he was inspired by his mates in the Yorkshire Regiment.

He said: "I don't have to watch TV or open a magazine to see heroes, I can just go to work."

He added: "The battalion is due to go on tour next year in Afghanistan and, if this doesn't work out, I'll go back to proper work - full-time duty."

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