Frankie Cocozza seems to be on a downward spiral as after being axed from the X Factor tour, the party-loving teenager was turned away from a trendy London nightspot.
X Factor fame doesn’t last forever and having sensationally left the show just one week ago, already it appears Frankie's star is fading.
The 18-year-old headed out for yet another night on the tiles following a heavy one the day before when he was spotted surrounded by a gaggle of girls outside Aura nightclub while puffing on cigarettes.
But on Wednesday night, Frankie decided to ditch the girls In favour of a lads' night, thought his antics were very much the same.
The evening started off tame with a trip to Shrek: The Musical to see a pal perform but as soon as the show was over, it seemed he was hellbent on returning to his raucous ways.
Chain-smoking as he made his way with a group of friends to local pub Nell Of Old Drury, his hair was in its usual disheveled state.
Wearing his trademark skinny jeans teamed with a t-shirt emblazoned with the word 'obey' – no doubt a reference to his rebellious side on the X Factor – he kept the chill out with a maroon hoody.
But later in the evening, when he decided to use his new-found fame to open up doors for him on the club scene, the night took a turn for the worse as he was refused entry to top London nightspot Jalouse.
It is bound to have come as a surprise to the cocky teen who must of thought with his X Factor tag, London was a free zone for him.
The snub came just hours after it was confirmed Frankie wouldn’t be allowed to partake in next year's X Factor tour, despite contestants including The Risk and Johnny Robinson, who were given the boot before him, being allowed to join in the fun.
However, clearly wanting to keep his cool and not let Jalouse's rejection put a halt to his night out, a worse-for-wear Frankie ended up moving onto the Freedom Bar in Soho until the early hours of the morning.
Being the rebellious lad that he tries to be, he made sure to let lurking snappers know exactly how he felt after being turned away as well as he showed them his middle finger from inside the bar.