Boy band Rough Copy were keen to make their mark on the X Factor judges, and with their charm and good looks matching their impressive voices, they were delighted to make it through to Boot Camp.
The band, made up of 25-year-old Joey, 24-year-old Sterling and 22-year-old Kas, are really serious about their music, and they were full of confidence as they spoke to Dermot O’Leary backstage before their audition.
“It's all games and fun, but it's serious,” Sterling said. “There is not a group out there like us, it's time for a change."
Strolling onto the stage, the boys were quick to charm Tulisa with their good looks and cheeky grins, and they left the judges in no doubt that they meant business when they told them: “I think ladies and young girls are all going to love our music. There is not a group out there like us, it’s time for a change.”
Launching into their rendition of Kings of Leon’s Use Somebody, the judges were left astounded, with Gary Barlow full of praise for the talented trio, telling them: “Guys, you were born to be on the stage.
“And I think you are going to be an absolute nightmare to mentor.”
“Tulisa also loved them and added: “Guys, thank you. You have made my day. You come up there and you are entertainers. I thought it was a brilliant audition.”
Louis Walsh loves a good boy band and was thrilled with Rough Copy’s unique sound, while guest judge Rita Ora told them: “So listen, I need to tell you lot something. Don’t ever change, because what you are doing right now, is what everyone loves.”
With a unanimous yes vote, the boys were delighted to be going through to Boot Camp. We can’t wait to hear what they sing next!