X - Factor judges at each others throats

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Sunday, 17 October 2010

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it's not all about you Cheryl and Louie, Louie

A UK national newspaper is reporting, today, that wee Louie Louie and the ex Mrs Cole, call me Tweedy again, are not talking to each other.

It is reported that Louie, Louie hurled insults at Miss Tweedy and disrespected the now redhead and her famous girl band, "Girls Allowed to be snooty and play the diva."

Miss Tweedy, pretended as only she can, not to notice the Leprechaun from Dublin but broke down in tears and bared her soul to another big headed wannabe, Piersybaby.

Her great chum, Simon Cowell, is reported to have taken her side and as evidenced on the live show on Saturday, 16th October, ripped Louie, Louie up for shitey paper.

Louie, Louie gave as good as he got, but viewers were alarmed to hear Simon ask Louie, Louie, "What are you looking at?" It appears that a full scale battle of words was avoided and many are asking, just when did the X- Factor become the Saturday edition of "Eastenders."

The show itself appears to be a vehicle for the prima donna judges to act out their control habits.

Many are asking if they watched the same show as the judges. They praised, "Storm in a teacup" when it was obvious to us mere mortals that this particular storm has blown itself out surely to be sent home this week. The nice guy from Brazil must go home as well.

Pity they can't take some of the judges away with them, for good.

Mary Byrne stole the show once again. She is not another Susan Boyle. They are both unique and deserve success. Mary is a breath of fresh air to this egofest we are witnessing weekly.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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