X Factor hopeful makes tattoo promise
'X Factor' hopeful Frankie Cocozza has promised to get Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos' names tattooed on his bum
'X Factor' hopeful Frankie Cocozza has promised to get Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos' names tattooed on his bum.
The 18-year-old aspiring star vowed to have the two female judges' monikers added to the existing collection of girls' names etched on his bottom if he made it through to the Boot Camp stage of the ITV1 competition.
He said: "I'm mental. I'm doing this because I want to sleep with as many women as possible. I did a season in Crete and I came home with seven girls' names tattooed across my bum.
"I'll get Tulisa and Kelly on there if I get through."
To which Kelly replied: "I freaking love the UK!"
After the teen wannabe sang a smooth version of hit track 'Valerie', he was given four yes votes by Tulisa, Kelly and fellow judges Louis Walsh and Gary Barlow.
Gary said: "I think people are going to love you."
Meanwhile, the panel may have already unearthed this year's answer to controversial Katie Waissel - who reached the live finals of last year's competition - in 26-year-old Kitty Brucknell, who sat on the side of the stage after belting out a powerful rendition of Lady Gaga's 'Edge Of Glory'.
Kelly warned her: "Remember who you are. Don't get too familiar with all of this."
Tulisa added: "I think people are going to either love you or hate you."
However, after blonde Kitty waltzed off the stage proclaiming that she expected the paparazzi to start following her soon, the 'When Love Takes Over' hitmaker admitted it was "scary" how much the wannabe changed over the course of her audition.
She said: "I saw two different people up there. She changed so much when people started saying yes to her. It was scary."