Simon wants new Jedward
And Jedward firmly believe that the three Irish acts in the last 12 Mary Byrne, Rebecca Creighton and Niall Horan have got what it takes to go all the way.
“These guys are so fantastic, and so talented,” said Edward.
“They can go all the way and there’s no need for us to worry about the competition from these new Irish stars as we know our act is totally unique.”
Jedward were on hand at the weekend’s X Factor to celebrate their 19th birthdays.
The Dublin twins held a party backstage with this year’s contestants over the weekend.
Despite still being teenagers the pair’s presence at nike air max trainers the weekend’ nike air max trainers s show, sparked mayhem amongst the new batch of stars hoping to follow in their footsteps.
“We’re like their mentors this year,” John said.
“We’ve met the other contestants and been going around giving them advice on the show.
“It’s really weird watching the show this year as that was us going through all that only a year ago. We’re dying to run nike air max trainers out and just storm the stage.”
The Herald helped the pair celebrate their birthday backstage at X Factor’s Fountain studios in London over the weekend.
The two Dubs made sure to make an effort to say “Hi” to Ballyfermot diva Mary, as well as Dubliner Rebecca of Belle Amie, and Mullingar’s Niall, who is with the hotly tipped One Direction.
Jedward reached their target of 100,000 follows on Twitter over the weekend and used the site to urge X Factor fans to vote for Mary a nike air max trainers fter her stunning performance of Dusty Springfield’s hit You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me.