X Factor UK: Mason Noise Replaces Tom Bleasby in Nick Grimshaw’s TOP 6

Complete a***hole makes a comeback.


Via X Factor’s official website:

You’ll never guess who’s back for Nick’s Judges’ Houses!

Following Tom Bleasby’s decision to withdraw from The X Factor, we can confirm that Mason Noise has been invited to take the remaining sixth place at Nick’s Judges Houses.

Speaking of his decision to invite Mason back, Grimmy said: “After Tom decided to leave the show, Mason was the person I wanted to bring back.

“Yes he was difficult at the 6 Chair Challenge, but people with an artistic temperament can be difficult. He’s talented and in previous auditions excited us Judges. Sometimes a challenge is interesting.”

Mason added: “I appreciate Nick inviting me back on the show. And even more so, I appreciate the fact he understands what I am trying to achieve… challenge accepted!”

Mason will now perform for Nick and his guest Judge at his Judges’ Houses, along with the five other boys in the category – Ben Clark, Ché Chesterman, Josh Daniel, Seann Miley Moore and Simon Lynch.

I don’t know what to think about this. Nick himself said that he would have given Mason Noise a chair if he kept his mouth shut after the performance. Instead, Mason insulted Simon and the producers and then left the stage. He is way too full of himself, but I guess he was the only possible replacement for Tom. The guys who got a chair and were then swapped out would be by default the 6th choice out of 6. They weren’t good enough to keep one of the 6 chairs, how could they have a chance at making the TOP 3 in this category?

At the same time, I think the other 5 guys had enough talent for a good TOP 3. I wonder, are TPTB bringing back Mason Noise just to dump him once again at the judges’ houses or is he basically now already in the TOP 3?

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