X Factor 2012 Results: Louis Walsh pleads with Union J fans to vote & they sound worried!

Louis Walsh has been pleading with Union J fans to vote for his boyband ahead of tonoght’s X Factor results show.

The Irish star has been mentoring the four lads since judges houses and they are his last act left in the competition.

Last night they went head to head with Christopher Maloney, James Arthur and Jahmene Douglas on the ninth performance show of the series and while they were good and tuneful and their harmonies were the best we have ever heard them, Gary Barlow felt they played it a bit ‘safe’ and could be in danger tonight.

Bookies agree and considering the fact that Josh, JJ, Jaymi and George have been in three singoffs to date, they are predicting that the lads have performed for the last time on the X Factor stage and will be voted off just one week away from the grand finale.

On last night’s Xtra Factor Louis pleaded with fans to back the boys and keep them on the show saying:

“They are not safe unless people at home vote, so kids pick up your phones and vote because I don’t want them in the bottom two.”

Louis added:

“I will wear whatever it takes, whatever people want.”

The lads revealed on Facebook that the former Westlife boss means what he says and they joked:

“Louis Walsh just text us saying he would wear a LEOTARD in the live show in Manchester if we get to the final LOL come on!!!”

They do sound worried about tonight though and added:

“Looks like we’re favourites to go this week 🙁 There is no judges decision, so they can not save us!

Only your votes can get us through to the final, so please do what you can!! Your support has been amazing and we love our Jcats so much!!

One more push to get us to the final!! xxxx”

Do you think Union J can make it through tonight, or should the lads go home? Leave your comments below….

Lisa McGarry

Lisa has been watching reality TV for too long now. She won't do any housework unless 'Big Brother' announces it over the tannoy and everything she does has to be put to a public vote!