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Well done lads, Sean and Conor's time on the X Factor

X Factor stars Sean and Conor Price received a hero’s welcome as they returned to their hometown after being eliminated from the show.
The charming brothers have been one of the highlights of the TV talent show, with their exciting performances and infectious enthusiasm.
Well done lads, a look back at Sean and Conor's time on the X Factor
Unfortunately, their time in the competition came to an end as they were voted out in a shock double elimination along with Isle of Man singer Sam Black.
However, the spirits of the Price brothers has not been dampened. They were invited to perform on their homecoming as they returned to their native Blessington, Co Wicklow.
The brothers have built up a legion of fans both at home, with one supporter tweeting: “Will be there supporting you, you did our town very proud!”
Sean said: “We’ve had a great time, we never expect to come so far in the competition. Every weekend, every minute is a highlight for me.”
The boys did brilliantly throughout the show, repeatedly exceeding expectations and winning the hearts of viewers.
Take a look at some of the highlights of the brothers’ time on the X Factor.
They caught the attention immediately with their own version of the classic rock song All Along the Watchtower.

They then went on to secure a place in the Judge’s House with a song they had written themselves called Time.

The lads also thrilled the audience again with their rendition of George Michael’s Freedom during the live shows.

Their final performance on the X Factor stage was their own take on Julia Michaels’ Issues.

And here is the moment their time on the show came to an end. Well done lads, you have been great fun and there are plenty who will be looking our for you in the future.

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