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Cornish X Factor Hopeful Fights for Survival
8:01am 21st October 2012
A Newquay teenager fighting for a place in round four of the X-Factor live shows tweets "being an urban act isn't easy in this competition."
Charlie Rundle is calling on Cornwall to vote for MK One.
So would Louis give them a ballad? Charlie said: "I don't think Louis would dare. He's really understanding like, he actually gets us. I mean people wouldn't assume that he would, because obviously he's a Westlife guy but he likes us to be who we are and that's great, as a mentor.
"We're putting our own little stamp on each of the songs that Louis gives us each week. He'll suggest a track, and we'll be like 'ok yeah, we can do it like this if that's how you feel, we'll put this urban twist on it.' Since then, it's been going really, really well, like everything that we've come up with has sounded really quite sick."
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