Screaming fans, being mobbed on public transport, and people camping outside their hotel are becoming the norm for Union J now they’re on X Factor – and it’s only week three.
Stopsley lad Jaymi Hensley and his group Union J stepped up their game on Saturday night’s show, performing Leona Lewis’ Bleeding Love mixed with James Morrison’s Broken Strings, which received a great reacion from the X Factor judges.
Former Putteridge High School student Jaymi found time in his hectic schedule to catch up with the Luton News this morning (October 16).
Jaymi said: “X Factor has been absolutely amazing so far, but it’s really hard work. That’s the biggest eye-opener; the 14 hour days, always working, but we can’t complain because it’s what we’ve always wanted and it is incredible. It’s everything I thought it would be and more.”
To read the full interview with Jaymi, and find out what he thinks about One Directon and his X Factor competitors, see the Luton News out on Wednesday.
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