Yet Another X Factor Fix Claim Emerges After The Final

The X Factor has been hit by even MORE fix claims. Uh-oh.

This time, something fishy allegedly occured before finalists Louisa Johnson and Reggie N Bollie sang their versions of the winner’s song on Sunday night.

As audience members waited at London’s Wembley Arena, they were handed torches to wave. A nice touch, right?

Louisa Johnson Louisa Johnson won The X Factor

 

But apparently, they were only told to use them while Louisa was on stage – and not Reggie N Bollie.

‘We were all given torches at the beginning, but were told to use them for Louisa’s performance..’ Tweeted one fan.

Author Emma Kennedy wrote: ‘Crowd were given torches but told they could only use them for louisa. SAD TIMES for R&B.’ Hmmmm.

Reggie N Bollie on The X Factor Reggie N Bollie ended up being voted runners-up

 

It wasn’t only this that viewers felt peeved off about.

Considering their styles are so different, some thought it was unfair that both acts were given the same track to cover.

While Rita Ora‘s girl Louisa is used to belting out ballads, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini‘s group Reggie N Bollie are known for their upbeat and energetic performances.

Louisa Johnson on The X Factor Forever Young *did* seem more suited to Louisa Johnson…

 

Jess Glynne – who helped Cheryl choose her contestants at Judges’ Houses – clearly agreed that Bob Dylan’s Forever Young wasn’t the right choice for the lads.


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She wrote: ‘But how can you give them the same song? That’s not fair.. 2 completely different artists! Hear me…’

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Jess Glynne on The X Factor Jess Glynne has stood up for Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s act

 

More fix claims emerged when Louisa reportedly Tweeted and deleted about her debut single being out – two DAYS before winning.

The message read: ‘X Factor-winner Louisa Johnson’s new single is out now! Get the winner’s single “Forever Young” on iTunes now.’


See: Louisa Johnson Is A Very, Very Special X Factor Winner

Louisa Johnson's Tweet This Tweet got The X Factor into a bit of trouble

 

It’s likely that it was an honest mistake, with the message just being scheduled (with the option of deleting) for the wrong date.

But after a series of awkward gaffes, it’s yet more bad publicity for The X Factor.

Let’s hope things go more smoothly next year…