Oh sweet Jesus.
He may have been booted off the X Factor after partying too hard and boasting about taking cocaine, but Frankie Cocozza clearly did something right - because X Factor bosses want the new crop of contestants to be more like him.
While we’d love to imagine that all hopefuls will be given a massive Frankie-style swept over do, urged to squeeze in to skinny jeans and wear really low vest tops, this isn’t actually what they mean.
Contestants will however be encouraged to hit the town and get seen partying, according to reports.
A source told The Sun: "The X Factor is supposed to be a cool programme, with young people having the time of their lives.
"Last year it was decidedly flat — only Frankie got up to anything newsworthy and he ended up pushing it too far.
"But he had the right idea. Pop stars don't stay in and "work on their vocals", that's just rubbish. They go out and get trashed and fall out of nightclubs."
"No one is saying we want to be irresponsible but if you're over 18 you should be allowed to do as you please as long as you keep within the show rules and don't cause problems for anyone else."
Oo-err, we don't know about you, but we want to watch the X Factor, not a weird singing version of Geordie Shore.
Traditonally, the X Factor wannabes who make it on to the live shows stay in a shared house some distance from the city – so that getting to London's many bars and clubs requires an off-putting schlep on the train.
Now it’s been reported that this year, the house will be based in Central London - a mere stone's throw from numerous drinking establishments.
All this can’t help but conjure up the image of the shows producers forcing Bacardi Breezers down contestants throats while shouting ‘Go on, get OUT. Go and get drunk and naked, and LOOK INTERESTING!”
Although, obviously we’re sure that won’t actually happen.
What do you think - is a Frankie Cocozza army a good idea?