It was reported earlier this week that Chris Maloney's future on the X Factor live tour was in doubt after his "rude outbursts" towards his fellow X Factor finalists were reported over the weekend during the X Factor grand finale in Manchester.
It was even thought that the singer, who came third in the competition would face a £100,000 fine for his behaviour as a result of the ban from the tour, according to the Mail Online.
Adding speculation to Chris' future on the live tour, his fellow finalists including Union J and Ella Henderson took to Twitter to tweet about how much they wanted to see Kye Sones on tour with them.
Christopher still has a place on the tour, it seems (Splash News)
Ella wrote: "@Kyesones1 #getkyeonthexfactortour Xxx want u there big bro!!", whilst Rylan Clark added: "#getkyeonthexfactortour Bring my boy @KyeSones1 back!"
However, it appears that the controversial finalist could still be quids in following the claims made by the online site, that Chris will still be allowed to take part in the live tour despite Carolynne Poole's claims that he called her an offensive word just because she didn't say hello to him.
Amid the claims reporting on the aftermath of the X Factor final, Chris took to his Twitter page last night to "beg" for the "online abuse" against him to stop.
He wrote: "plz stop online abuse,all I done was follow my dream,coming 3rd was an achievement.feel gutted I didn't win an im unwell right now, plz xx"