All is not well in the Nu Vibe camp, if tabloid reports are to be believed today. According to The Sun, the new X Factor group - who were formed at bootcamp - haven't been bonding all too well, with arguments and bickering between the members.
The five piece - made up of Bradley Johnson, Jordan Higo, Richard Jeynes-Milford, Ashford Campbell and Stefan Romer - were put together by the judges after they failed to make it through as soloists.
They wowed at Wembley Arena and impressed Tulisa at judges' houses to make it through to the live shows. However with just a few days left before their first big live performance, there's fighting between members.
An insider told the newspaper: "The boys have had some difficulties adjusting to being on the show and there have been a lot of tears. The pressure is on them and they are really feeling it."
Richard revealed: "The person who has cried the most is Bradley. I had a little sob to myself. I was missing my mum."
He added: "There's a little bicker and banter but you are bound to have that with five boisterous boys."
An X Factor spokeswoman however was quick to insist that they had all the care in place for the contestants, saying: "We have someone living at the house who is responsible for welfare, ensuring the contestants have all the help they need. There are three members of production living in the house at all times and their role is to supervise the contestants. A doctor, psychologist and psychiatrist are on call 24/7."
The X Factor airs this Saturday from 7:30PM on ITV1.
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