Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 28 February 2015

Union J: We couldn't watch X Factor

Union J were in the bottom two in The X Factor voting at the weekend
Union J were in the bottom two in The X Factor voting at the weekend

Union J have confessed they couldn't bear to ever want to watch an episode of The X Factor without being in it.

The lads, who were in the bottom two in last week's show, hope they have a chance of being the first boyband to win the ITV talent show, and are determined to stay until the final.

George Shelley said: "We're fighting so hard this week to make sure we're not in the bottom two again."

Josh Cuthbert added: "We were in the bottom two on Sunday, so it's going to be a hard one. But you never know, everyone's got a chance, because no one is safe every week. So there's a chance, but it's going to be tough."

Jaymi Hensley admitted: "Of course we want to win, but we just want to stay to the final, just so we can say we did everything we could, every week.

"We said in the car we never want to watch a week where we're not in it, because we love it. Even if we got to the final, that would be amazing."

The lads revealed they have been taking time out from rehearsing this week to get to know their fans.

Jaymi revealed: "We're doing a lot of going out to see the fans, going back to our home towns. The people that vote are the people we want to meet. We don't want to just be on a TV screen, we want people to get to know us.

"We maybe haven't shown our personalities as individuals much, so that's what we're really going to work on this week is letting people know who we are and how much we love this."

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