X Factor champions Rak-Su out and about in London

Laura Fox For Mailonline

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They became the first boyband ever to be crowned X Factor champions on Sunday night, beating runner-up Grace Davies with 51.7% of the votes.

And Rak-Su continued to have a open in their step on Tuesday, as they exited London’s Global House smiling and fluttering to fans.

The group, consisting of Myles Stephenson, Jamaal Shurland, Mustafa Rahimtulla and Ashley Fongho continued to showcase their winners suggestion as they headed into the collateral after series of radio interviews.

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Success: X Factor champions Rak-Su seemed still be on a feat high as they exited Global House in London on Tuesday

Success: X Factor champions Rak-Su seemed still be on a feat high as they exited Global House in London on Tuesday

Success: X Factor champions Rak-Su seemed still be on a feat high as they exited Global House in London on Tuesday

One such radio show that Rak-Su visited was the Capital Breakfast Show, where society Roman Kemp reliable the organisation would be appearing at the Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday.

While the rope did not endorse what they would be performing, a delivery of their entrance singular Dimelo looked likely, after it shot into the top 5 on the iTunes charts just hours after its release. 

However despite their strange success so far, the rope have certified that are ‘too busy’ to demeanour for any new womanlike partners right now, after receiving a sea of courtesy on social media.

Riding: Bandmate Myles Stephenson positively done a matter in a relating splatter-print jumper and trousers as he assimilated his bandmates to conduct to interviews in the building

Riding: Bandmate Myles Stephenson positively done a matter in a relating splatter-print jumper and trousers as he assimilated his bandmates to conduct to interviews in the building

Riding: Bandmate Myles Stephenson positively done a matter in a relating splatter-print jumper and trousers as he assimilated his bandmates to conduct to interviews in the building

Success: Appearing on the Capital Breakfast Show, it was reliable that the rope would perform at the Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday

Success: Appearing on the Capital Breakfast Show, it was reliable that the rope would perform at the Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday

Success: Appearing on the Capital Breakfast Show, it was reliable that the rope would perform at the Jingle Bell Ball on Sunday

Loving band: The band, consisting of Myles Stephenson, Jamaal Shurland, Mustafa Rahimtulla and Ashley Fongho, had copiousness to grin about as they headed into the capital

Loving band: The band, consisting of Myles Stephenson, Jamaal Shurland, Mustafa Rahimtulla and Ashley Fongho, had copiousness to grin about as they headed into the capital

Loving band: The band, consisting of Myles Stephenson, Jamaal Shurland, Mustafa Rahimtulla and Ashley Fongho, had copiousness to grin about as they headed into the capital

Ashley told The Sun: ‘We’ve had a lot of womanlike seductiveness given we went on X Factor. We’ve had messages on social media but we haven’t been responding.

‘While you’re on the show it just isn’t possible, and now we’ve got to concentration on the music.’

The organisation are frequency brief of attention, with a society of ecstatic fans flocking to Twitter in support of the group, after the band’s coach Simon Cowell betrothed they could be as big as One Direction.

One ecstatic fan wrote ‘Raksu are gonna be bigger than one direction’ while another combined ‘Rak-Su will be large . It is transparent for all to see. Will they ever be as big as 1D? Only time will tell but my income is on YES.'(sic) 

Successful: Fans formerly went furious for Rak-Su and suggested they were awaiting the organisation to transcend the success of famed rope One Direction 

Successful: Fans formerly went furious for Rak-Su and suggested they were awaiting the organisation to transcend the success of famed rope One Direction 

Successful: Fans formerly went furious for Rak-Su and suggested they were awaiting the organisation to transcend the success of famed rope One Direction 

On the up: Fans have already pinned Rak-Su as the next One Direction, after their entrance singular Dimelo shot into the Top Five

On the up: Fans have already pinned Rak-Su as the next One Direction, after their entrance singular Dimelo shot into the Top Five

On the up: Fans have already pinned Rak-Su as the next One Direction, after their entrance singular Dimelo shot into the Top Five

Sing squad: The organisation certified that they are celebrated to be compared to such outrageous stars, after being crowned the first ever boyband to win X Factor on Sunday

Sing squad: The organisation certified that they are celebrated to be compared to such outrageous stars, after being crowned the first ever boyband to win X Factor on Sunday

Sing squad: The organisation certified that they are celebrated to be compared to such outrageous stars, after being crowned the first ever boyband to win X Factor on Sunday

Holding back: Rak-Su also certified that despite a sea of womanlike courtesy on social media, they are 'too busy' to demeanour for love

Holding back: Rak-Su also certified that despite a sea of womanlike courtesy on social media, they are 'too busy' to demeanour for love

Holding back: Rak-Su also certified that despite a sea of womanlike courtesy on social media, they are ‘too busy’ to demeanour for love

Despite the high expectations, the common organisation pronounced that they felt respected to be in the same exhale as the successful boyband, in a discuss with Lorraine Kelly on Monday.

A repelled Myles pronounced ‘If we can get half of their numbers, it would be an honour.’ 

Ashley said: ‘It’s been unbelievable. Our priority when we went on the show was not to confuse ourselves.

‘We knew who we wanted to be and we knew who we were before going into the show and apparently we saw it as a good event to get some bearing for ourselves. We didn’t know it was going to go this far.’ 

Focusing on music: Ashley told The Sun: 'We've had a lot of womanlike seductiveness given we went on X Factor. We've had messages on social media but we haven't been responding'

Focusing on music: Ashley told The Sun: 'We've had a lot of womanlike seductiveness given we went on X Factor. We've had messages on social media but we haven't been responding'

Focusing on music: Ashley told The Sun: ‘We’ve had a lot of womanlike seductiveness given we went on X Factor. We’ve had messages on social media but we haven’t been responding’

Determined: Ashley added: 'While you're on the show it just isn't possible, and now we've got to concentration on the music'

Determined: Ashley added: 'While you're on the show it just isn't possible, and now we've got to concentration on the music'

Determined: Ashley added: ‘While you’re on the show it just isn’t possible, and now we’ve got to concentration on the music’


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