#XFactorCelebrity act Try Star get a Safe Seat and viewers are not happy

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Try Star took to the stage this evening to perform Swing Low, Sweet Chariot for a place in next week’s competition. The rugby lads certainly impressed X Factor: Celebrity fans and judges with their rousing rendition. 

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Ben Foden, Thom Evans and Levi Davis sang their hearts out with the anthem. 

Their performance came in light of England’s devastating loss at the Rugby World Cup Final earlier today in Japan. 

Although they fought valiantly, Owen Farrell’s team lost 12-32 to an unstoppable South African team. 

Tonight’s Try Star performance was dedicated to the lads and Ben was quick to commend them for their efforts. 

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He told Dermot O’Leary: There are no more people more disappointed than 30 guys over in Japan but we couldn’t be more proud.”

Simon Cowell was completely loving the lads and commented: “I think what you did was take me back to the competition when we met you for the first time. 

“I wish to god I could give you a Safe Seat but one of you can.”

Simon looked over at his colleagues for back up but neither of them seemed willing to offer support. 

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