Jedward have taken to social media to ask Simon Cowell to explain why their Vanilla Ice cover from The X Factor in 2009 has been removed from various online platforms.
Taking to their joint Twitter account, twins John and Edward Grimes wrote: 'Yo @SimonCowell and @SonyMusicUK Why have you removed our Iconic 1st single Under Pressure Ice Ice baby from all streaming Platforms and deleted the official music video?
"That's our legacy! we're outraged it's part of Pop culture! We demand a response!"
Yo @SimonCowell and @SonyMusicUK Why have you removed our Iconic 1st single Under Pressure Ice Ice baby from all streaming Platforms and deleted the official music video? that's our legacy! we’re outraged it’s part of Pop culture! We demand a response! pic.twitter.com/23WGChUy1U— JEDWARD (@planetjedward) July 17, 2020
Jedward were in the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009, losing out to Olly Murs in week seven of the competition. Their performance of the track went to Number Two in the UK charts in February 2010.
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Until last month the pair were in lockdown in California with Sharknado actress Tara Reid. According to the twins' social media accounts they are still in the US state.
Reid first met the twins when they all took part in Celebrity Big Brother in 2011 and they've been friends ever since. Jedward even had a small part in 2015's Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!.
X Factor boss Cowell has yet to respond to the twins.