Saturday, 19 November 2016

The X Factor 2016: Viewers outraged

Introducing Saara Aalto, the 64-year-old mentor became muddled when she forgot the name of the song from the film Titanic that her act was performing.

The Celine Dion classic My Heart Will Go On was a struggle to remember for the judge, who in previous weeks forgot the name of her acts.

Viewers took to Twitter to accuse the TV personality of shouting "f**k it" during the pre-watershed family show and accused the programme of becoming a “shambles”.

One audience member tweeted: "Pretty sure Sharon Osbourne just said 'oh f**k it!' She's the best bit about X Factor. It's a shambles anyway. #XFactor."

http://www.express.co.uk/showbiz/tv-radio/734233/The-X-Factor-2016-Sharon-Osbourne-accused-of-swearing

Monday, 7 November 2016

Honey G hits back

'I did NOT use any offensive language': Honey G hits back after critics accuse her of using the N word during X Factor live performance

Divisive rapper Honey G has been forced to deny claims she used racist language during her latest performance on long-running talent show The X Factor.
The 35-year old won a standing ovation from the judging panel following a unique interpretation of hip hop anthem Jump, originally a 1992 hit for American duo Kris Kross.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3912430/Honey-G-hits-critics-accuse-using-N-word-X-Factor-performance.html