Producers are apparently hoping the singers will show their "wild side" to boost ratings and increase publicity following Cocozza's controversial stint on the show.
Contestants will stay in a five-star hotel, rather than a house, and will be "treated like rock stars" - with no curfew and 24-hour room service.
"Frankie defied the curfew and partied in town and his antics were the talk of the show," a source told the Daily Star.
"Bosses feel everyone should get a taste of what's on offer as a pop idol."
Cocozza was axed from The X Factor last year after bragging about taking drugs.
Meanwhile, it emerged yesterday (September 24) that Ofcom is investigating two X Factor auditions over claims they broke its broadcasting code.
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