X Factor Reject Given Final Chance
REUTERS: FAILED X Factor contestant, once popular with mothers and those back at his home in Northern Ireland has been granted 'one final chance' by X Factor legend Simon Cowell.
Quigg is set to perform on finals night, a night typically reserved for pop greats such as and home-grown boybands Westlife and Boyzone.
In a statement made by X Factors production company Syco, an unnamed source claims "unlike other less successful participants in the show such as Andy Abraham or Steve Brookstein, Eoghan has proved time and time again that he has something unique. We believe he needs a real opportunity and we can provide him with just that."
Quigg dropped into obscurity after his self-titled album plummeted out of the charts earlier this year.
Which big names have had to make way for this loose cannon? How confident can Simon and the others be that Eoghan will keep his head together after his embarrassing antics in the live finals last year?http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=1124092