X Factor fans left baffled by boy band lad’s ‘rude’ hoody during final

X Factor: The Band were left baffled during the live final of the show tonight.

Simon Cowell and Nicole Scherzinger were back on judging duties alongside guest judge and former X Factor champ Leona Lewis.

Boy band Unwritten Rules went head to head with girl group Real Like You in series of performances.

Each group took to the stage four times in a bid to be crowned champions and win a record deal with Cowell's label Syco.

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The girls took to the stage first to perform a rendition of Destiny's Child hit Independent Women and the boys followed with their version of Bad Guy by Billie Eilish.

Fans were distracted during one of Unwritten's performances and it wasn't because of the singing.

Eagle-eyed viewers took to Twitter to point out an unusual slogan printed on group member Harrison Cole's hoody.

The 19-year-old performer from Surrey took to the stage alongside band mates Jed Thomas, Reece Wiltshire-Fessey, Fred Roberts, Caius Duncombe and Boaz Dopemu wearing a black hooded jumper with an unusual slogan.

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The slogan read: "Eat me gluten free. Gluten s**t and me."

Rushing to their keyboards, one viewer said: "Has Harrison really got s**t wrote on his hoodie?"

Another added: "This kids hoodie says everything you need to know about the boy band."

The boys left viewers divided throughout the live final, which was held in Birmingham.

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Some fans believed the boys had the full package but others dubbed their vocals as "awful".

Taking to Twitter, one fan said: "These boys could go all the way."

Another disagreed writing: "Unwritten Rule are awful."

Fans will have to wait and see which band reigns supreme.

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