Little Mix planning for life beyond X Factor

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X Factor finalists Little Mix have already started planning their career beyond the show.

The girl band have already made history by making the final this weekend, but they already have big things planned for 2012.

This includes potentially supporting N-Dubz on one of their upcoming tours.

Referring to the potential support slot alongside mentor Tulisa’s band Little Mix member Leigh-Anne said: “Nothing’s for certain but it has cropped up in conversation, yes.”

Jade added: “We’re all going to move to London together and get a flat. There’s no separating us now, literally we’re like that [crosses fingers].”

Tulisa’s boyfriend and fellow N-Dubz member Fazer is helping the girls out too, saying: “I wrote two songs in the past fortnight that would be perfect.”

First things first though, they want to concentrate on winning this year’s X Factor.

The final is this weekend and at the moment, they are favourites to do just that. Tulisa’s act at 11/10 to win the show, followed by Amelia Lily at 12/5 and Marcus Collins at 13/5.

Elsewhere in X Factor news ahead of the final, former contestant and Xtra Factor presenter has said that he hopes Frankie Cocozza is invited back for the final.

He said: “It would be a shame not to see him back. Obviously with the charity single, I can fully understand the reasons behind that – with why he left the show, I can understand.”

“But it is the last night, the final, and we’d like to see Frankie there. We’ll find out at the end of the week.”

“You’ve got to take the positives, Frankie did make a massive impact on the show.”

Murs also spoke about being in regular contact with Simon Cowell about his position as host of the Xtra Factor.

He continued: “Simon’s been in contact a lot. I’ve spoken to him myself and the judges, so he’s really given great feedback on how we’ve done.”

“He loves our show and he really thinks The X Factor has been brilliant and he can’t fault it, he says it’s been fantastic, so that’s good to know.”

Clive Montague
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