Kelly Rowland's girls have a lot to get off their chest, including Amelia Lily's closeness to ex contestant Frankie Cocozza. They were all glammed up and ready to talk in their first interview with Now magazine.
After receiving makeovers as part of their X Factor journey, it's understandable that they want to show their new looks off. But they're not shy about speaking up either. Seventeen-year-old Amelia revealed how it felt to be hauled back into the competition after fellow contestant Frankie Cocozza left following revelations he'd taken drugs since the show began: "It's absolutely incredible, never in a million years did I think I'd be coming back. Everything flew by at 120mph. It's a massive whirlwind. The X Factor's the hardest thing I've done in my life, but also the best."
When asked about the rumours regarding herself and Frankie Cocozza, Amelia was quick to shut down the gossip: "We're just friends. Frankie's like a brother to me."
Misha B hasn't had an easy ride since the live shows began, either, with judges Louis Walsh and Tulisa branding her a bully. She admitted: "The most horrible thing was being called a bully on live TV. I couldn’t believe it was actually happening. I stood there in a daze while Louis and Tulisa talked at me. After I walked off, my phone started going and all these texts and tweets bombarded me, half of them saying, 'what just happened?' and the other half saying I was the most horrible person. It was awful."
Misha went on to say that Tulia has never apologised for the comments: "Louis apologised, but Tulisa didn't really say sorry. She just let me know what her motives were for saying it. But it was Louis who used the word bully, which is such a strong and emotive word."
But the girl who's probably undergone the most dramatic transformation is Janet Devlin, now a red-hot fox with an attitude to boot: "I won't do what I don't want to do. I won't do anything that isn't me." Well if this is you Janet, we like it!