Rough Copy miss out on X Factor final place
Croydon boy band Rough Copy have narrowly missed out on a place in the X Factor final.
Two weeks after finding themselves in the bottom two against fellow Croydon act Hannah Barrett, the group found themselves in the sing off again, this time against Luke Friend.
Singing for survival for the second time, the trio- Sterling Ramsey, Joey Thomas and Kazeem Ajobe sang Boys II Men's classic hit End of the Road.
After the sing off both Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh sent their own acts through to the final. Nicole Scherzinger also chose to send Rough Copy through to the final week, but Sharon Osbourne chose to use her vote to send the decision to deadlock.
With Luke securing more public votes, Rough Copy missed out on a spot at next weekend’s grand final at Wembley Arena, where they would have competed for a £1million record deal.
Last night the trio- Sterling Ramsey, Joey Thomas and Kazeem Ajobe, received glowing praise from the judges after performing Destiny’s Child hit Survivor and Elton John’s Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word.