A Fulham singer in the final stages of the X Factor has revealed plans to help deprived youngsters.
Oritse Williams' boy band JLS are on the brink of stardom after fighting through another week on the ITV talent show on Saturday, despite stinging criticism from judge Simon Cowell who slammed the group's vocals.
Oritse said said: "I am very aware that Fulham has given me a lot of experiences and involved me with a lot of great people. My friends and neighbours have all been great support, and I would just like to say keep voting.
"There is depravation and hard times in Fulham and I know I am very fortunate young guy. Not everybody where I am from has this sort of opportunity, so I have to grab it with both hands."
Oriste added that he would put something back into Fulham if he is successful. He added: "Those things are already planned out in my head and all will be revealed as we progress."
The 21-year-old also revealed that after some stinging criticisms from the show's judges, who didn't like the boys sequined capes, JLS are planning changes.
The Carnwath Road resident said: "We all swap the vocals around and I think it makes it hard for the public to focus because there is so much going on.
"Maybe we are going to concentrate more on one or two members of the group. That focus could be on the youngest member, but that will be revealed on Saturday."