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X Factor: Manufacturing Frankie Cocozza Into A Shagger Not A Singer

by | 10th, October 2011

X FACTOR wannabe Frankie Cocozza is “wooing” 16-year-old Amelia Lily. It has been decreed that Frankie is to be this season’s cheeky bad boy heart throb. He’s scored a part in the soap opera.

Yesterday a source for the ITV show told The People:

“Frankie and Amelia are an item it is early days but they are enjoying one another’s company a lot.”

But Amelia is off the show, so look out for Frankie moving on.

The Daily Mail adds:

News of the union comes just days after it emerged that Frankie enjoyed a late night romp in the house Jacuzzi with 26-year-old Kitty Brucknell.

Metro called that soapy time a “simmering romance”.

Earlier the Unreality TV blog had noted: “Frankie Cocozza is ignoring girls until X Factor ends!”

Or as the Sun told us:

But he admits he’s more interested in a pop career because of the women it would attract rather than creating a musical legacy. The Brighton lad boasted: “I got lucky on the first night, with a girl called Becky. But that’s not going anywhere. I’ve got my sights on so many more women. There are so many fit girls here, it’s ridiculous. I haven’t really got a type. I’m not at all fussy. If you asked which is more important, finding a girl or getting through to the judge’s house stage, I’d say it was 50-50.”

STV branded him a “love rat” and revealed that Frankie is already speaking in X-Factorese, tweeting:

He told fans: “you dont know how much i wanted to just tell you all the news, i love you all so much. so happy ive got you to join me on this journey xxxxx”

Having listened to that, you may care to know that Shayne Ward, an X Factor winner in 2005, tells OK! that he was forced to keep secret his romance with long-term girlfriend Faye McKeever, who he’d been dating since 2004.

Photo: 18-year-old Frankie’s bum, on which are inked the names of women he claims to have shagged.

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