X Factor stars Kyle and Josh Brooks are unrecognisable seven years on from controversial show appearance

THEY caused controversy when they were booted off The X Factor.

Now seven years on, identical twins Kyle and Josh Brooks are unrecognisable since their brief moment of fame.

The brothers were suspended from the ITV talent show after allegations surfaced that Josh had physically attacked hi ex-girlfriend Amelia Clark.

She was reportedly left with black eyes, bite marks, and bruising following an incident.

He always denied ever punching or kicking her, but he did admit there were “scuffles” between the pair.

Josh – who bears a striking resemblance to Justin Bieber – has shared photographs of himself on Instagram to his 77,000 followers.

He often wears a hat or sunglasses for his model-like poses.

Meanwhile his brother Kyle sports a goatee as he shares snaps with his girlfriend.

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Josh apologised for his behaviour following the band’s dramatic exit from the show.

He told The Sun at the time: “From the bottom of my heart, I am really, really sorry.

“My relationship with Amelia had become really volatile and toxic.

“I’m sorry I allowed that situation to carry on. I’m sorry we’re sat here now and I’m sorry that I made the wrong choices.

“I feel bad for Kyle. I feel very sad for my nan, who has always brought us up to be well-mannered and respectful, and for my friends and family.

“I’ve let them all down and I take responsibility for that. I think I just don’t know really how to deal with some things emotionally.

“I’ve had counselling in the past and I think I need to speak to someone again.

“I need help to understand this situation and move forward. I know there’s nothing I can do to change the past."

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