Five Men Invade the X Factor’s Stage after a Honey G Performance

Police was called to the X Factor studios.

During the live finals of X Factor UK season 6, a young DJ from Scotland randomly appeared on stage with a pineapple on his head during Jedward’s performance. His stage name was Calvin Harris.

Tonight, 5 men rushed the X Factor’s stage right after Honey G’s first performance. She performed a mash up of “Can’t Touch This” (MC Hammer) and “Super Freak” (Rick James). Right as judge Louis Walsh started delivering his comments (He loved everyone and everything tonight!), something started happening on stage. I was busy typing up the comments and the cameras were turned towards the judging table anyway, but I quickly realized Simon wasn’t at the panel anymore. Louis continued talking like a pro until the situation on stage was resolved. Check out the video taken from the audience to see what really happened.

The Sun reports:

X FACTOR bosses called police last night after five men launched a stage invasion during controversial rapper Honey G’s first performance.

Cops arrived within minutes to Fountain Studios in Wembley, North London to question the men who had been held on site by show bosses.

X Factor sources said the men – aged between 20 and 30 – had got into the audience by pretending to have disabilities.

They then all stormed the stage when Honey G was rapping.

Police and X Factor bosses are believed to have asked the contestant if she felt she had been assaulted during the stage invasion as theydecide what action to take.

A show source said: “Honey is shaken but OK. The police arrived quickly and she was asked if she felt any sort of assault had taken place.

“She said she didn’t feel she had been assaulted and vowed to go ahead with her second performance.”

The group are believed to be serial pranksters who have previously been jailed for their activities.

Met police said they were called to a disturbance at Fountain Studios Wembley.
No arrested have been made.

One of the suspected stage invaders, Daniel Jarvis, posted a picture of himself in the X Factor studio earlier in the evening with the caption: “Making my X Factor debut today so excited.”

X Factor insiders furiously denied the stage invasion was any sort of fix.

Apparently the guys were on a mission to steal Honey G’s cap and sunglasses.

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X Factor contestant Honey G was left shaken after four serial pranksters stormed the stage and tried to steal her trademark cap and sunglasses.

Simon Cowell looked terrified as the camera quickly cut away from the stage as one of the men grabbed hold of Honey and tried to wrestle away the microphone.

The music mogul jumped up in horror and rushed to the controversial singer’s aid while a security guard was seen running to stage.

One of the men was identified as convicted criminal Daniel Jarvis, an internet prankster from Gravesend, Kent, who has served time behind bars.
Read more: Daily Mail

Twitter goes into meltdown as Honey G’s X Factor performance is hijacked by pranksters in dramatic stage invasion… while show is branded a ‘FIX’
She’s been a controversial act throughout X Factor.

But Saturday night’s show almost descended into chaos as pranksters stormed the stage in an apparent attempt to remove Honey G’s trademark hat and glasses.

Simon Cowell was seen looking horrified as the camera stayed off-stage during the kerfuffle, while the judging panel attempted to remain calm.
Read more: Daily Mail

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I recently graduated from the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In my free time I like to read books, watch TV and listen to music. I'm also a huge cat lover. I cover X Factor UK for