BGT's Jamie Pugh, appearing relaxed and happy spoke to us this morning about his sensational sacking from his part time job as a pizza delivery driver. Reports were circulating that Pugh had fallen into the pits of despair following the heartless move by ex-boss Luigi 'Piano Wire' Panini.
"It's true," Jamie told us. "I was devastated. I'm no stranger to tragedy like, but to be fired under such circumstances was soul destroying. The family depended on the income from that job, but of course I wasn't really thinking straight. It seems like I'm a bit of a minor celebrity now and the nation have taken me to their hearts and that."
Jamie went on to say that in desperation he had called showbiz guru Simon Cowell, who was very nice and did an outstanding job of calming the emotional Welsh singer down.
"Simon told me not to worry. He told me the money would soon be rolling in and that if I liked I'd be able to open a whole chain of pizzerias of my own. So you could say I'll have the last laugh. But no, I won't be looking for revenge against Luigi. I'm not that sort of bloke see."
'Piano Wire' Panini, the pizza man was unrepentant when we spoke to him:
"Jamie is a nice guy but he no good for da pizza bidniss. He shoulda concentrate onna not filling his pants wid shit next time he comma on da TV."
More as we get it.