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    Tulisa and Kelly may have put their Misha B bullying row behind them but a whole new war broke out on Saturday's X Factor as twinkly-eyed Louis Walsh turned nasty.

    The Irishman usually trots out old favourites like 'you've got the likeability factor' and 'you nailed it' but made an exception for skinny wannabe Frankie Cocozza this week.

    When Frankie had finished shouting his way through the Black Eyed Peas' I Gotta Feeling, Louis announced, "That was really bad karaoke and I don't know how you're still here.

    "You're not a rock star, you'll never be a rock star and the only big thing about you is your hair."

    Ouch.

    Has Simon Cowell been on the phone Louis?
    Needless to say, Kelly (whose voice has made a miraculous recovery) said Louis was "out of line telling someone what they will never be," to which Walsh replied, "At least I'm honest. I'm not playing to the camera like you."

    Hmm... after last night, we're not so sure Louis.

    Frankie's mentor Gary, meanwhile, admitted that he picked the wrong song but was "disgusted" by the audience booing.

    So much for those peace talks, eh Gary?

    And so much for Club Classics Week. Floor fillers? The most the acts could have hoped for was a couple of middle-aged women dancing round their handbags.

    Little Mix performed Rihanna's Please Don't Stop the Music and actually are the best girlband the X Factor's ever seen (admittedly that's not saying much), while The Risk don't appear to be missing former member Ashley and impressed everyone with Shalamar's A Night to Remember.

    Misha B's Tina Turner-style version of Proud Mary was a hit and it turns out Craig Colton can do something other than ballads (who knew?) performing Heaven by Marion Meadows.

    Janet Devlin apparently can't though. Her attempt at upbeat fell frighteningly flat as she forgot the words to the Jackson Five's I Want You Back. Tulisa told her she should stick to her own style (after telling her she's too predictable last week).

    Johnny Robinson reverted to high-pitched karaoke with a mash-up of Madonna's Hung Up and Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round, and even Kitty had a bad week singing Madonna's Like a Prayer and was advised that she "can't dance" by Gary Barlow.

    So it was left to the ultra-consistent Marcus Collins to give us hope for the series and after his rock 'n' roll performance of Jackie Wilsons' Reet Petite, he is now the bookies' favourite.

    What was your favourite X Factor performance on Saturday?



    Two acts are set to leave the show after tonight's public vote.

    What do you think - was Louis Walsh out of line with his comments to Frankie? Your thoughts on the matter below please...

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    Just because you're crowned the winner of X Factor doesn't mean you'll go on to have a huge career (Hello Joe McElderry. Hello Leon Jackson). Yep, sometimes it helps to be a loser...
     

     


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    Rex

    Tulisa and Kelly may have put their Misha B bullying row behind them but a whole new war broke out on Saturday's X Factor as twinkly-eyed Louis Walsh turned nasty.

    The Irishman usually trots out old favourites like 'you've got the likeability factor' and 'you nailed it' but made an exception for skinny wannabe Frankie Cocozza this week.

    When Frankie had finished shouting his way through the Black Eyed Peas' I Gotta Feeling, Louis announced, "That was really bad karaoke and I don't know how you're still here.

    "You're not a rock star, you'll never be a rock star and the only big thing about you is your hair."

    Ouch.

    Has Simon Cowell been on the phone Louis?
    Needless to say, Kelly (whose voice has made a miraculous recovery) said Louis was "out of line telling someone what they will never be," to which Walsh replied, "At least I'm honest. I'm not playing to the camera like you."

    Hmm... after last night, we're not so sure Louis.

    Frankie's mentor Gary, meanwhile, admitted that he picked the wrong song but was "disgusted" by the audience booing.

    So much for those peace talks, eh Gary?

    And so much for Club Classics Week. Floor fillers? The most the acts could have hoped for was a couple of middle-aged women dancing round their handbags.

    Little Mix performed Rihanna's Please Don't Stop the Music and actually are the best girlband the X Factor's ever seen (admittedly that's not saying much), while The Risk don't appear to be missing former member Ashley and impressed everyone with Shalamar's A Night to Remember.

    Misha B's Tina Turner-style version of Proud Mary was a hit and it turns out Craig Colton can do something other than ballads (who knew?) performing Heaven by Marion Meadows.

    Janet Devlin apparently can't though. Her attempt at upbeat fell frighteningly flat as she forgot the words to the Jackson Five's I Want You Back. Tulisa told her she should stick to her own style (after telling her she's too predictable last week).

    Johnny Robinson reverted to high-pitched karaoke with a mash-up of Madonna's Hung Up and Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round, and even Kitty had a bad week singing Madonna's Like a Prayer and was advised that she "can't dance" by Gary Barlow.

    So it was left to the ultra-consistent Marcus Collins to give us hope for the series and after his rock 'n' roll performance of Jackie Wilsons' Reet Petite, he is now the bookies' favourite.

    What was your favourite X Factor performance on Saturday?



    Two acts are set to leave the show after tonight's public vote.

    What do you think - was Louis Walsh out of line with his comments to Frankie? Your thoughts on the matter below please...

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    | Follow us on Twitter | Become a fan on Facebook

    Just because you're crowned the winner of X Factor doesn't mean you'll go on to have a huge career (Hello Joe McElderry. Hello Leon Jackson). Yep, sometimes it helps to be a loser...
     

     


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    Filed under: ,

    Rex

    Tulisa and Kelly may have put their Misha B bullying row behind them but a whole new war broke out on Saturday's X Factor as twinkly-eyed Louis Walsh turned nasty.

    The Irishman usually trots out old favourites like 'you've got the likeability factor' and 'you nailed it' but made an exception for skinny wannabe Frankie Cocozza this week.

    When Frankie had finished shouting his way through the Black Eyed Peas' I Gotta Feeling, Louis announced, "That was really bad karaoke and I don't know how you're still here.

    "You're not a rock star, you'll never be a rock star and the only big thing about you is your hair."

    Ouch.

    Has Simon Cowell been on the phone Louis?
    Needless to say, Kelly (whose voice has made a miraculous recovery) said Louis was "out of line telling someone what they will never be," to which Walsh replied, "At least I'm honest. I'm not playing to the camera like you."

    Hmm... after last night, we're not so sure Louis.

    Frankie's mentor Gary, meanwhile, admitted that he picked the wrong song but was "disgusted" by the audience booing.

    So much for those peace talks, eh Gary?

    And so much for Club Classics Week. Floor fillers? The most the acts could have hoped for was a couple of middle-aged women dancing round their handbags.

    Little Mix performed Rihanna's Please Don't Stop the Music and actually are the best girlband the X Factor's ever seen (admittedly that's not saying much), while The Risk don't appear to be missing former member Ashley and impressed everyone with Shalamar's A Night to Remember.

    Misha B's Tina Turner-style version of Proud Mary was a hit and it turns out Craig Colton can do something other than ballads (who knew?) performing Heaven by Marion Meadows.

    Janet Devlin apparently can't though. Her attempt at upbeat fell frighteningly flat as she forgot the words to the Jackson Five's I Want You Back. Tulisa told her she should stick to her own style (after telling her she's too predictable last week).

    Johnny Robinson reverted to high-pitched karaoke with a mash-up of Madonna's Hung Up and Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round, and even Kitty had a bad week singing Madonna's Like a Prayer and was advised that she "can't dance" by Gary Barlow.

    So it was left to the ultra-consistent Marcus Collins to give us hope for the series and after his rock 'n' roll performance of Jackie Wilsons' Reet Petite, he is now the bookies' favourite.

    What was your favourite X Factor performance on Saturday?



    Two acts are set to leave the show after tonight's public vote.

    What do you think - was Louis Walsh out of line with his comments to Frankie? Your thoughts on the matter below please...

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    Just because you're crowned the winner of X Factor doesn't mean you'll go on to have a huge career (Hello Joe McElderry. Hello Leon Jackson). Yep, sometimes it helps to be a loser...
     

     


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    Rex

    Tulisa and Kelly may have put their Misha B bullying row behind them but a whole new war broke out on Saturday's X Factor as twinkly-eyed Louis Walsh turned nasty.

    The Irishman usually trots out old favourites like 'you've got the likeability factor' and 'you nailed it' but made an exception for skinny wannabe Frankie Cocozza this week.

    When Frankie had finished shouting his way through the Black Eyed Peas' I Gotta Feeling, Louis announced, "That was really bad karaoke and I don't know how you're still here.

    "You're not a rock star, you'll never be a rock star and the only big thing about you is your hair."

    Ouch.

    Has Simon Cowell been on the phone Louis?
    Needless to say, Kelly (whose voice has made a miraculous recovery) said Louis was "out of line telling someone what they will never be," to which Walsh replied, "At least I'm honest. I'm not playing to the camera like you."

    Hmm... after last night, we're not so sure Louis.

    Frankie's mentor Gary, meanwhile, admitted that he picked the wrong song but was "disgusted" by the audience booing.

    So much for those peace talks, eh Gary?

    And so much for Club Classics Week. Floor fillers? The most the acts could have hoped for was a couple of middle-aged women dancing round their handbags.

    Little Mix performed Rihanna's Please Don't Stop the Music and actually are the best girlband the X Factor's ever seen (admittedly that's not saying much), while The Risk don't appear to be missing former member Ashley and impressed everyone with Shalamar's A Night to Remember.

    Misha B's Tina Turner-style version of Proud Mary was a hit and it turns out Craig Colton can do something other than ballads (who knew?) performing Heaven by Marion Meadows.

    Janet Devlin apparently can't though. Her attempt at upbeat fell frighteningly flat as she forgot the words to the Jackson Five's I Want You Back. Tulisa told her she should stick to her own style (after telling her she's too predictable last week).

    Johnny Robinson reverted to high-pitched karaoke with a mash-up of Madonna's Hung Up and Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round, and even Kitty had a bad week singing Madonna's Like a Prayer and was advised that she "can't dance" by Gary Barlow.

    So it was left to the ultra-consistent Marcus Collins to give us hope for the series and after his rock 'n' roll performance of Jackie Wilsons' Reet Petite, he is now the bookies' favourite.

    What was your favourite X Factor performance on Saturday?



    Two acts are set to leave the show after tonight's public vote.

    What do you think - was Louis Walsh out of line with his comments to Frankie? Your thoughts on the matter below please...

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    Just because you're crowned the winner of X Factor doesn't mean you'll go on to have a huge career (Hello Joe McElderry. Hello Leon Jackson). Yep, sometimes it helps to be a loser...
     

     


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    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    BBC

    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    BBC

    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    BBC

    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    BBC

    Nancy Dell'Olio has reportedly been on the phone to her legal people again.

    According to the Mail on Sunday, the former Strictly contestant is demanding an onscreen apology from judge Alesha Dixon over her suggestion the Italian was "not very feminine".

    The 50-year-old, who was voted off after last week's show, has sent an email to Strictly's executive producer calling Alesha's comments "cruel and unkind" and "went above and beyond her role as a judge".

    The words "defamatory and derogatory" also make an appearance, which can only mean one thing - she's "taking legal advice".

    Nancy's email suggests that being labelled unfeminine in front of 10 million viewers "was degrading, humiliating and untrue and furthermore represented a very clear sexual innuendo".
    The Mail, which claims to have seen the email in question, reports that Dell'Olio concludes, "In light of the distress I have been subjected to, in the first instance I would like a public apology from Miss Dixon.

    "I am also taking legal advice about other options that are open to me, including pursuing this matter further if it is not dealt with to my satisfaction."

    Dell'Olio previously threatened to take legal action against Alesha's fellow judge Bruno Tonioli.

    Her spokesman reportedly declined to comment.

    What do you think - should Alesha apologise or is Nancy over-reacting? Leave a comment below...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Charlotte Church has reportedly proposed to her boyfriend in a moment of alcohol-fuelled karaoke romance.

    Today's People newspaper claims the singer drunkenly popped the question to aspiring songwriter Jonathan Powell on a night out in Cardiff.
    The story goes that Charlotte belted out The Ronettes' Be My Baby on karaoke night at the Robin Hood pub, before telling Powell, "That was for you because I want you to be my baby. Will you marry me?"

    His reply of, "Yes but I don't want to be known as Mr Church," may not have been quite the answer she was looking for but the pair are rumoured to have ordered champagne anyway and reportedly celebrated into the early hours.

    A pal told the paper, "Jonathan was thrilled and Charlotte was very happy. She was singing I'm Getting Married in the Morning as we helped her to the taxi afterwards."

    Hardly the stuff of dreams but it was marginally more romantic than the their last headline-making encounter.

    And if Jonathan gets cold feet in the morning he might be in luck because, by the sound of it, Charlotte probably won't remember a thing.

    What do you think - will Charlotte get hitched again? Comments below please...

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    Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley are rumoured to be facing the axe from the ITV breakfast show.

    The former One Show sofa pals ditched the BBC for lucrative contracts at ITV in 2010 but the GMTV replacement has struggled to pull in the early morning viewers.

    Now the Mail on Sunday has suggested both may be axed to save the show.
    The paper reports that a senior industry source claims Bleakley has already met with ITV's director of programmes, Peter Fincham, and been told her Daybreak days are numbered.

    Back in August, when ratings dropped to just 700,000, the highly-paid pair had their hours slashed (if not their pay packets), allowing Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb to host on Fridays.

    Yet the axe may not stop at Chiles and Bleakley because according to the Sunday Mirror, bosses are also hoping to replace Kate, possibly with one-time Sky News presenter Helen Fospero.

    An insider told the red top, "There's a big question mark over the whole direction of the show... The feeling is there will have to be big changes if the show is to survive. Bosses want a newsy edge."

    However, an ITV spokesman told the Mail yesterday, "Our line is Adrian and Christine are the presenters of Daybreak."

    Whatever the truth, it's unlikely to bother Adrian who already hosts That Sunday Night show as well as the broadcaster's football coverage.

    As for Ms Bleakley... maybe the WAG lifestyle is calling after all.

    What do you think - are you a Daybreak fan and what's your take on the Chiles/Bleakley partnership? Leave a comment below...

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    Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley are rumoured to be facing the axe from the ITV breakfast show.

    The former One Show sofa pals ditched the BBC for lucrative contracts at ITV in 2010 but the GMTV replacement has struggled to pull in the early morning viewers.

    Now the Mail on Sunday has suggested both may be axed to save the show.
    The paper reports that a senior industry source claims Bleakley has already met with ITV's director of programmes, Peter Fincham, and been told her Daybreak days are numbered.

    Back in August, when ratings dropped to just 700,000, the highly-paid pair had their hours slashed (if not their pay packets), allowing Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb to host on Fridays.

    Yet the axe may not stop at Chiles and Bleakley because according to the Sunday Mirror, bosses are also hoping to replace Kate, possibly with one-time Sky News presenter Helen Fospero.

    An insider told the red top, "There's a big question mark over the whole direction of the show... The feeling is there will have to be big changes if the show is to survive. Bosses want a newsy edge."

    However, an ITV spokesman told the Mail yesterday, "Our line is Adrian and Christine are the presenters of Daybreak."

    Whatever the truth, it's unlikely to bother Adrian who already hosts That Sunday Night show as well as the broadcaster's football coverage.

    As for Ms Bleakley... maybe the WAG lifestyle is calling after all.

    What do you think - are you a Daybreak fan and what's your take on the Chiles/Bleakley partnership? Leave a comment below...

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    Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley are rumoured to be facing the axe from the ITV breakfast show.

    The former One Show sofa pals ditched the BBC for lucrative contracts at ITV in 2010 but the GMTV replacement has struggled to pull in the early morning viewers.

    Now the Mail on Sunday has suggested both may be axed to save the show.
    The paper reports that a senior industry source claims Bleakley has already met with ITV's director of programmes, Peter Fincham, and been told her Daybreak days are numbered.

    Back in August, when ratings dropped to just 700,000, the highly-paid pair had their hours slashed (if not their pay packets), allowing Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb to host on Fridays.

    Yet the axe may not stop at Chiles and Bleakley because according to the Sunday Mirror, bosses are also hoping to replace Kate, possibly with one-time Sky News presenter Helen Fospero.

    An insider told the red top, "There's a big question mark over the whole direction of the show... The feeling is there will have to be big changes if the show is to survive. Bosses want a newsy edge."

    However, an ITV spokesman told the Mail yesterday, "Our line is Adrian and Christine are the presenters of Daybreak."

    Whatever the truth, it's unlikely to bother Adrian who already hosts That Sunday Night show as well as the broadcaster's football coverage.

    As for Ms Bleakley... maybe the WAG lifestyle is calling after all.

    What do you think - are you a Daybreak fan and what's your take on the Chiles/Bleakley partnership? Leave a comment below...

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    Daybreak hosts Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley are rumoured to be facing the axe from the ITV breakfast show.

    The former One Show sofa pals ditched the BBC for lucrative contracts at ITV in 2010 but the GMTV replacement has struggled to pull in the early morning viewers.

    Now the Mail on Sunday has suggested both may be axed to save the show.
    The paper reports that a senior industry source claims Bleakley has already met with ITV's director of programmes, Peter Fincham, and been told her Daybreak days are numbered.

    Back in August, when ratings dropped to just 700,000, the highly-paid pair had their hours slashed (if not their pay packets), allowing Kate Garraway and Dan Lobb to host on Fridays.

    Yet the axe may not stop at Chiles and Bleakley because according to the Sunday Mirror, bosses are also hoping to replace Kate, possibly with one-time Sky News presenter Helen Fospero.

    An insider told the red top, "There's a big question mark over the whole direction of the show... The feeling is there will have to be big changes if the show is to survive. Bosses want a newsy edge."

    However, an ITV spokesman told the Mail yesterday, "Our line is Adrian and Christine are the presenters of Daybreak."

    Whatever the truth, it's unlikely to bother Adrian who already hosts That Sunday Night show as well as the broadcaster's football coverage.

    As for Ms Bleakley... maybe the WAG lifestyle is calling after all.

    What do you think - are you a Daybreak fan and what's your take on the Chiles/Bleakley partnership? Leave a comment below...

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