WATCH: James Arthur Gets His Own Back On Roman Kemp & Brutally Waxes His Legs For Global's Make Some Noise Day!

6 October 2017, 11:54

Revenge is sweet!

As many of you will remember, Roman Kemp had a bit of fun with all the artists who played the #CapitalSTB earlier this year and James Arthur was one of them.

After playing a cheeky game, Roman actually waxed the hairs of James' leg ahead of his live performance on stage at Wembley Stadium - so now, the 'Say You Won't Let Go' star has got his own back.

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As you can see in the video above, James was aiming to raise money for Global's charity Make Some Noise and if he achieved his target he would get to wax Roman's leg in the most sweet serving of revenge ever!

James Arthur Waxes Roman Kemp's Leg

Of course, you guys didn't let James down and raised the cash in record time, so Mr Kemp has now got quite a few less hairs on his left leg than he did at the beginning of the day!

As well as supporting Global's Make Some Noise and raising money for those who don't get heard, James gave us an inight into his brand new book 'Back To The Boy'.

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Speaking about the book, which sees James discuss the pressures of success and the power of second chances, the former X Factor winner explained, "The thought behind the book is not just me wanting to tell my story in the standard autobiographical fashion but to create a kind of self-help book that includes my story."

"There are many things people don't know about me and maybe when they read about those things they will have an understanding of the journey I have been on, why I've made the mistakes I have and hopefully help other people overcome their adversities."

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Global’s Make Some Noise supports youngsters living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity. On October 6th the fourth annual appeal day will see all Global’s stations come together to celebrate the projects Global’s Make Some Noise supports with special guests, presenter challenges and money can’t buy prizes. Global’s Make Some Noise is asking people in schools, workplaces and anywhere else around the UK to wear their loudest clothes on Make Some Noise Day. 

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