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X Factor's Mason Noise: I'm great in bed

Published 19/11/2015

Mason Noise
Mason Noise

X Factor hopeful Mason Noise doesn't mind taking selfies with fans, as it's the life he's signed up to.

The X Factor contestant Mason Noise insists he'll never have to worry about women saying he's bad in bed, as he insists he's an "excellent lover".

The 22-year-old hopeful is currently competing in the TV singing show under Nick Grimshaw's boys category. He's already won females over by belting out tracks such as Justin Timberlake's Señorita, and it seems there's another reason he's so popular with the ladies.

"I ain't got nothing to worry about. There's not going to be any bad stories about me in the bedroom," he told Britain's Metro newspaper. "I'm good in that section man."

However, with rumours there's a sex ban in the contestant's house, Mason may not be able to work his magic and with such a busy schedule on the programme, the singing sensation hasn't had time to meet any new women yet.

"I haven't been able to capatalise on any of that yet," he said of his skills. "I think because we're in the X Factor house we're in that bubble, so I haven't experienced any of that yet, you're doing everything with everyone."

Mason is enjoying his rapid journey to fame though and with so many fans following his every move, the pop star wannabe is happy to oblige to their requests for selfies.

"You sign up for it though, don't you?" he mused. "That's the life - later, if you've got the money just disappear to the Maldives and boom, you're done."

Before becoming a contestant Mason hit out at judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on Twitter, slamming the Girls Aloud singer for not belonging on the panel. However, he was reportedly left embarrassed when these comments from 2014 arose shortly after he entered the competition this year (15).

“Mason is absolutely devastated that his messages, particularly the ones about Cheryl, have come to light after his first audition success," an insider told Britain's The Sun newspaper. “When he wrote them he had no idea that he’d be standing in front of her just a year later and he is mortified about the things he said then."

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