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Frankie Cocozza kicked off of the X Factor after boasting of taking cocaine.

Updated on November 10, 2011

Photos of Frankie Cocozza

What an opportunity wasted.

Frankie Cocozza has this week unsurprisingly been kicked off the the X Factor show by bosses of the show. The wannabe singer had made a comment suggesting he had taken cocaine which broke strict X Factor rules, therefore leaving X Factor bosses no choice but to ask Frankie to leave the contestants house.

When Frankie Cocozza first appeared at the auditions he came across as a cheeky young lad with the names of young ladies he had bedded tattooed on his backside, he gave a decent performance at the auditions and with his personality and tattoos and the overall way Frankie carried himself looked to be a pop star in the making.

A statement from Frankie Cocozza was released this afternoon ,saying: 'I’d like to apologise to Gary, my fellow contestants and everyone who has voted for me, but, as of today, I will no longer be in The X Factor.'My life during the show has gone out of control and my behaviour off stage has over-stepped the rules of the competition.'I no longer deserve my place in the show, so I am therefore leaving. I would like to thank everyone who has supported me.'

The News of Frankie Cocozza leaving the X factor has shocked Judges Gary Barlow and Kelly Rowland. Gary has always tried to be a calming influence over Frankie but at the same time realising he is a teenager who wants to enjoy himself.

My Opinion:

Yes Frankie has wasted a great opportunity but there are things to consider here maybe Frankie is not so stupid as people think him to be after all Frankie will be the first to admit that he is not the best singer in the world and quite possibly very fortunate to have even got to the stage he had gotten to in the competition. I'm convinced Frankie realised he was not going to win the X Factor and further more he was not going to be in the competition a long time so he used the time to his advantage and partied hard and took advantage of the numerous young ladies that came his way. How many of us think back to when we was eighteen and cringe at some of the things we did and the type of person we was but for Frankie he just happens to have done it all in front of millions of people. That said Frankie Cocozza has wasted an opportunity to use the platform created for himself on the X Factor to go onto better things, albeit i think he was greatly helped by the fact that this seasons XFactor has been the worst ever with only a few decent acts that have a chance of a career in the music industry.

I also believe that the departure of Frankie from the X Factor shouldn't result in a return of any contestants who have already been voted off the show as this will only further to alienate the general public against the show after all the public spends its money on who they want to see in the show, but i am sure this will be announced before the weekend by the X Factor bosses.

As usual if you agree or disagree with me i am always please to hear your opinions so please leave a comment.








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