FANS across Harrow have declared their support for Johnny Robinson after it was confirmed he would not re-enter the X Factor show.
After news emerged that disgraced Frankie Cocozza's place would be taken by one of the four acts rejected by judges in the first week, many of our readers posted messages on the Observer website, outraged at the ITV1 programme-makers' decision and calling for Johnny to return.
Mo posted: "Please bring Johnny back. He deserves to return as he was the last to be voted off - unlike the other 4 acts who were voted off early in the series."
Another response, from Gwen, agreed: "Very disappointed that Johnny hasn't been given another chance, it would have been the fairest thing to do. All X-factor wants to do is make loads more money from the phone votes. Very greedy decision."
Jean said: "Please, please bring back Johnny - he's so good, so entertaining, and cheers me up with his smile and comments."
Melanie said: "I think Johnny is brilliant. I love his voice, his funny quips and his humility....Johnny if you read this, the public are 100% behind you and yes we do love you and accept you for who you are. I have no doubt that you will be snapped up soon..."
The public also praised the way the 45-year-old West Harrow resident had behaved throughout the competition.
Anthony Myers said: "Johnny should be brought back on x factor because he is an excellent example of how to behave when in the public eye and he is a shinning role model to many would be singers and entertainers."
Many also took to Twitter and Facebook and over 50 groups were created in support of reinstating Johnny in the competition.
Amelia Lily, a 16-year-old singer who was one of Kelly Rowland's acts, was voted back into the show and is now one of the favourites to win.
The proceeds from the vote were donated to charity.
On Sunday Kitty Brucknell was voted off and Lady Gaga performed wearing a headless corpse costume.