X Factor's Reggie 'N Bollie plan to sing with mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini

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X Factor hopefuls Reggie 'N Bollie are hoping to get their mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on stage with them again, but this time they want to perform with her in the final.

Now *that* we would love to see...

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Reggie 'N' Bollie on The X Factor
28 November


This weekend, Reggie 'N Bollie will take on Lauren Murray, Louisa Johnson and Che Chesterman in the competition's semi-finals and are hoping to bag themselves a spot in the X Factor's final three.

If they do, they've got big plans for the final and the boys have revealed they include their mentor, Cheryl.

We've already seen the former Girls Aloud star busting a move with them on stage, but now Reggie 'N Bollie are hoping to persuade Chezza to sing with them. And perform one of her very own hits. And with Sean Paul in tow.

This has to happen, right?

Imagine 'Fight For This Love', 'Crazy Stupid Love' or 'I Don't Care' reggae style!

Speaking to The Daily Star recently, Reggie said: "We've been trying to get it into her head that she should perform with us."

"We would like to do one of her songs because we've got really nice ideas," he teased. "That is what we are hoping to do"

Bollie then added that 'We Be Burnin' singing Sean Paul could join them on stage too, he said: "We met Sean and we would like to do something with him. He was a very nice guy"

Reggie 'N' Bollie getting the judges' feedback after they had performed 'Dynamite' on the Jukebox Night edition of 'The X Factor'. Broadcast on ITV1 HD.

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The duo's comments come after Cheryl has reportedly asked Shaggy to sing with Reggie 'N Bollie.

Reggie 'N Bollie have already performed Shaggy's track 'It Wasn't Me' live on stage, but it's said they could be singing a string of the star's hits with him if they reach the final.

A source told The Sunday Mirror: "Getting Shaggy to sing with Reggie 'N' Bollie is about bringing the feel-good factor."

Last week, girl group 4th Impact were sent home from The X Factor, after receiving the fewest public votes.

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