The X Factor stars are finding out the hard way that fame isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Union J have already been forced to cancel appearances because they are too popular, and now their huge fanbase is causing problems at the show's hotel.
Groups of girls have been camping outside the posh central London Corinthia hotel in hopes of catching a glimpse of the boys.
But with a room in the five star hotel costing £500 a night, it's fair to say that other guests aren't too happy about the noise and having to wade their way through screaming teens to get to their beds.
Scuffles at the weekend between security and fans left one guard being arrested for a public order offense, after he allegedly branding a group of girls "f**king c**ts".
"A member of the team was arrested but no charges were brought and he was let off with a caution", a source told the Daily Mail newspaper.
"Young fans were present but it was a photographer who called the police and complained about abusive language, not one of the fans," the source added.
But if you think its just the kids causing issues you'd be wrong.
According to those at the scene, even MUMS had been turning up to try and get an autograph or picture.
The X Factor 2012 continues next Saturday night with a spooky Halloween themed episode as the remaining ten contestants perform live once again.
The latest results show follows on Sunday when one more act will be given the boot.