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X Factor star looks totally different 11 years after blazing Tulisa argument
X Factor after being slated by judges two years beforehand when he performed as part of a group.In his first attempting at auditioning to the hit talent show, George threw his microphone on the ground and stormed off the stage after he was berated by X Factor head honcho Simon Cowell.Before his next outing on the X Factor audition stage in 2011, he told judges his attitude had improved, saying: “I was really quick-tempered back then."READ MORE: X Factor star Tom Mann's fiancée's final post before tragic death on wedding dayBut soon after he started performing judges halted the audition and the music stopped - causing him to lose his rag once more.After the judges told him his attitude and singing hadn’t changed, George took aim at judge Tulisa Contostavlos - calling her the “scumbag trying to replace Cheryl [former X Factor judge]".When Tulisa told George he embarrassed himself, he fired back: “Shut up, you silly ****,” as the audience gasped.The shamed singer then gave the audience and judges the middle finger, before storming off stage.When he first appeared on the show, George was clean shaven and sported a stylish moustache, an eyebrow piercing plus short styled hair - but these days he looks completely different.In snaps shared on his Facebook page, George is seen with a goatee beard and slick brown hair and he no longer wears a piercing.Little is known about what the X Factor wannabe is doing these days or whether he has pursued his singing career.During George's ill-fated audition, judge Gary Barlow stopped the music after the audience started chanting for him to get off the stage - but he didn’t take the criticism gracefully.
Inside Jesy Nelson's love life – Diversity hunk, Loose Woman's son and Love Islander
Jesy Nelson has certainly had her ups and downs since auditioning for The X Factor back in 2011 and then joining Little Mix – and her love life is no different.The Essex native has long been vocal about her struggles with fame though and how she almost had a nervous breakdown due to hideous trolls mocking her weight and looks and constantly comparing her to her bandmates.But Jesy has come out the other side and is now an established solo artist with a collaboration with Nikki Minaj under her belt.She also made a powerful documentary about online bullying and bravely opened up about the fact she considered suicide as it got so bad.Jesy has said she is now happy with how she looks and is in a better place, career-wise.But Jesy's love life hasn't been quite as successful.She's has had a string of high profile beaus and has even been engaged - but is believed to be single, currently.As she turns 31, we take a look at the stunning singer’s colourful relationship history.Jesy dated 29-year-old Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo way back when from 2012 to 2014.Look how fresh-faced they look.Both were just starting out after winning various Simon Cowell-backed talent shows, so they had that in common, but parted ways after two years due to their busy schedules and him struggling to cope with her fame.Jordan is now loved up with brunette beauty Naomi Courts, and the duo got engaged in 2020, with the wedding delayed due to Covid.This one had an engagement.Jesy dated Rixton - now Push Baby - singer Jake Roche from 2014 and he even got Ed Sheeran to serenade her while he proposed.Jake, the son of Coleen Nolan and Shane Richie, never exchanged vows but Coleen has said the pair are still pals.There was rumours too that Jesy wanted children
Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood admits he'll miss Bruno Tonioli as he exits show
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has admitted that he will miss his co-star Bruno Tonioli after he leaves the BBC show, which he has been part of for 18 years.Craig, known for his hard-to-please nature and critical attitude, has judged the celebrity contestants alongside Bruno, known for his flamboyant character and happy-go-lucky personality, for almost 20 years since the show’s debut in 2004.Despite their polar opposite characteristics, Craig has revealed that he will “miss” his old pal as he departs from the show to focus on the American version, Dancing With The Stars.Craig opened up about Bruno’s exit to MailOnline and said: “I am going to miss him, but then I do get to spend quite a few months with him travelling around the country in a Mini so I get my yearly fill, which is quite good.”The dancing duo are set to return for a second series of their ITV show, Craig and Bruno’s Great British Road Trips, which saw the pair travel the length and breadth of the country from Cornwall to Yorkshire and Scotland to the Lake District.The programme went on for six episodes and has been renewed for a second season, so viewers will still continue to see Bruno and Craig’s antics after he leaves Strictly.However, there is an empty spot on the judging panel and Craig has an idea of who he wants to fill it.Speaking of fellow frosty-faced judge Simon Cowell, Craig explained: “I’d like him because I think he would be brilliant television. I’ve met him, but I’m not friends with him.
Simon Phillip Cowell (born 7 October 1959) is an English television personality, businessman and record executive. He has judged on the British television talent competition series Pop Idol (2001–2003), The X Factor (2004–2010, 2014–present) and Britain's Got Talent (2007–present), and the American television talent competition series American Idol (2002–2010), The X Factor (2011–2013), and America's Got Talent (2016–present). Cowell is the principal, founder and chief executive of the British entertainment company Syco.