The Irish Ambassador to the UK has sought urgent talks with Prime Minister David Cameron over the final group in this year's X-Factor, a popular television talent show famed for premium rate telephone voting and pointless competitions, clueless judges who nail everything and questions concerning the reality of Simon Cowell's hair and teeth.
The Ambassador, called, coincidentally, A Ambassador (the 'A' standing for 'Ardal') Is fed up with people referring to the remaining girl group in the competition, 'Little Micks', as 'Knee High Irishmen', 'Paddy Short Arses' and 'Galway Goblins' amongst other names.
The Ambassador said it was bordering on racism the way things were going. He also stated the fact that two of the girls appeared to either not be able to speak English, or at the very least, come from Newcastle, in no way could they be seen as anyway Irish.
He called on Simon Cowell to again change the group's name, this time at his own cost, to save any further doubt or embarrassment.
Louis Walsh said that the girls, like all 100,000 who auditioned for this year's donation to Simon Cowell's bank account, 'deserved to be in the final'.