You sound plastic! Famous X Factor scenes recreated in Lego (including THAT moment when Sharon soaked Louis)
These are some of the most famous X Factor scenes – recreated in Lego.
In one shot, Sharon Osborne hurls water over Louis Walsh.
While in another, Cheryl Cole appears to be getting a little too close to Simon Cowell.
Graham Love, 18, created the animated clip of the memorable moments from the talent show as part of a short animation.
The show’s producers were so impressed with his movie making skills that his mini video was aired during ITV2 spin off the Xtra Factor on Sunday.
The short film includes classic moments from the programme over the years, including a re-enactment of a fist fight between contestants Lisa Parker and Abbey Johnstone in 2010.
Frankie Cocozza’s wild antics and One Direction also make appearances as Lego figures.
Graham was also honoured with his name appearing in the credits of the show alongside producer Simon Cowell.
Speaking yesterday Graham said: “They got in touch with me in June and asked me to come up with a video on the X Factor.
“I was absolutely delighted to be asked to put together the animation. I’m not much of an X Factor fan, but it was great fun to make.”
Graham became an online sensation last year when he created an animated preview of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
After creating his own company called Glove Productions, Graham was then called up by BBC to provide a Lego montage of highlights from previous European football Championships.
The down-to-earth lad said: “It’s just been a surreal 2012. If I had followed my initial plans I would have been going into my second year at university right now, but I still haven’t even got round to starting first year yet. Maybe one day I’ll go to uni.
“I’ve received a great response from the various videos I’ve done, especially the last video which was used on Match of the Day for highlights from previous Euro Championships.
“Getting on national TV is a great feeling and good experience for me and my parents are delighted for me, they record my stuff whenever it’s aired.”
The former Aberdeen Grammar pupil added: “National television is where you want to be involved.
“I think the ITV call came on the back of my Euros video which has had more than half a million views on YouTube.
“Hopefully I will get more chances to work with the big companies.”