Published Friday, 20 September 2013
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X Factor's Joseph Whelan
X Factor's Nostalgics
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An emotional Joseph Whelan rocked out to Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love last time round, before being joined on stage by his little boy Kian.
Now he's back and he's brought his guitar for a rendition of Bon Jovi classic Always.
With Kian perched happily on Nicle Scherzinger's knee to enjoy his dad's performance, Joseph sets out to impress the judges.
"For me, it would mean everything if I could make my family's life a little bit better," he said.
Also looking to book their place at the Wembley auditions is a group of young lads and lasses called the Nostalgics.
All aged between 68 and 94, one member quips to the judges that all the music acts they'd like to be as big as "are dead"!
Bring Me Sunshine is their song of choice, complete with keyboard accompaniment and actions.
"I think you're a member short," Gary Barlow said.
"I think Louis could fit in great ..."
Tune in to the X Factor on UTV at 8pm on Saturday to find out how Joseph and the Nostalgics fare.
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