Gary Barlow: Rough Copy need more chaos

Rough Copy

Rough Copy

Gary Barlow wants Rough Copy to bring back the chaotic energy they displayed in their auditions over fears they are losing their edge.

Gary Barlow is on a mission to make Rough Copy more mischievous.

The 'X Factor' judge has told the group they have been "very well behaved" during their time on the show and encourages the trio - Kazeem Ajobe, Joey James and Sterling Ramsey - to bring back the chaotic energy they displayed during their auditions.

In a video of Gary speaking to the boy band ahead of their live performance on Saturday night (02.11.13), he told them: "I feel like you've been very well behaved. But you guys know what you need to be doing; we've seen you in auditions, it's chaos when you come into the room."

Rough Copy quickly won over the judges with their street-style and bubbly personalities during the audition stages but a new trailer suggests the group fear they are losing their edge.

Sterling replied: "We need to get Rough Copy's 'sweet but street' back!"

Gary's crisis talks with Rough Copy follows Miss Dynamix's exit from the show after judges Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh decided to save Nicole Scherzinger's contestant Hannah Barrett during the sing-off.

Gary's efforts to keep his category safe come after his other remaining act Kingsland Road narrowly escaped the boot after they landed in the bottom two weeks ago.

Gary Barlow

Solo from Take That's songwriter-singer, promoting his new album, the cheesily titled Since I Saw You Last.


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