Sunday’s “The X Factor UK” was a difficult night for contender Mason Noise, who received negative reaction from the show’s audience.

Noise was brought back to “The X Factor UK” competition to replace contender Tom Bleasby who quit the show, according to Mirror. The 21-year-old aspiring singer previously made headlines when he clashed with judge Simon Cowell and walked out of the stage during the reality singing competition’s Six Chairs Challenge. On Sunday’s “The X-Factor UK” show, the audience booed Noise when judge Nick Grimshaw chose him as one of the three performers for the live shows.

The controversial contestant was chosen due to his impressive rendition of Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without You.” Guest judge Mark Ronson even described Noise’s performance as “awesome” and commented on how the singer has “obviously been humbled by the whole experience,” Evening Standard reports. During Sunday’s “The X Factor UK” live show, Grimshaw also called Noise a “superstar,” which also earned the aspiring singer several boos from the audience.

Despite the negative feedback, Grimshaw promised that viewers will learn to appreciate Noise’s talent once “The X Factor UK” live shows starts, Digital Spy reports.

"Nobody knows him yet - people who do know he's a super lovely guy. He'll win you over, I promise," he said. Grimshaw even compared the controversial singer with Kanye West and Justin Bieber and commented on how “successful artists always polarise.” “He'll learn to deal with it, he's so talented,” Grimshaw added.

The other two performers whom judge Grimshaw chose for his “X Factor Boys” team included Langdon-based Che Chesterman and Seann Miley Moore.

Meanwhile, Twitter fans were not happy with Noise’s comeback to “The X Factor UK.” The Evening Standard took note of Twitter users’ comments on social media. User craig Price wrote, “Mason Noise should def not be there. Don't get me wrong he got amazing voice but with an attitude like that. It won't ever disappear.” Twitter user Jordan also stated that Noise “shouldn't [have] been brought back” and “put through to live shows” given the singer’s attitude during the Six Chair Challenge.

The next episode of “The X Factor UK” airs on Saturday in the UK on ITV.

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