So, after 7 weeks of crazy dancers, supernatural dogs, award-winning editing and possibly the best auditions series ever, we’ve arrived at the deliberation show – being the tear-prone wimp that I am, this episode’s usually my favourite. 322 more words
Although we never actually saw it on TV, a pro wrestling act made its way onto Britain’s Got Talent this year. I’ve done some digging around on the web, but not managed to turn up any specific details, other than they performed in front of the judges in Manchester. 851 more words
She was mocked by Simon Cowell when she auditioned for X Factor USA, but singer Sally Hessnice is determined to have the last laugh.
The nurse, whose rendition of Whitney Houston’s The Greatest Love Of All left the judges horrified, claims that her 2013 performance was ‘altered’ to make her sound ‘screechy’. 254 more words
Sally Hessnice may have not been judged worthy to go very far on The X-Factor by Simon Cowell and gang two years ago but the singer isn’t ready to exit stage left just yet. 379 more words
Amanda Holden is plotting revenge on Simon Cowell after he pranked her on the radio, and her cunning plan sounds pretty damn nasty.
While Simon chose to show her up during a game of Call Or Delete on Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 show, telling her she was being replaced by Cheryl Fernandez Versini on the Britain’s Got Talent panel, Amanda is going down a much more intimate route. 184 more words
Three men and a Geordie? Cheryl set to be joined by Simon Cowell, Nick Grimshaw and another MAN in panel shake-up
Gone are the days of fashion rivalry and bitching between the ladies on The X Factor panel because it looks like Cheryl Fernandez Versini will be the only lady judge this year. 291 more words
It sounds like Simon Cowell is off Will Young’s invitation list for good after the singer told how he could never stomach a conversation with the TV judge. 255 more words