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11:31am 28th September 2010

People living near the new X Factor house are apparently fearing the worst.

The finalists - whose identities are being kept a closely guarded secret - are being put up in a 3-point-5 million pound luxury property in north London.

Neighbours are worried fans will descend on their road to catch a glimpse of their favourites, and some are said to be considering getting their own security guards.

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