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    Boy George is not, we repeat NOT, a fan of The X Factor.

    The singer turned DJ recently branded Gary Barlow the "Deirdre Barlow of music" and now he's called Louis Walsh "a horrible man".
    Speaking to the Evening Standard magazine, George said of the Irish judge, "I hate that man. He's just a horrible man. He knows I hate him. The feeling is mutual.

    "He knows nothing about music. We all hate in my family, especially my mum."

    The former Culture Club star also accused the show of playing mind games on the talent, and claims to have heard "real horror stories" from a friend and one-time contestant.

    "My attitude is: that's a kid. That's a kid that you're shoving - you're not even giving him a chance to get used to it," George explained.

    "You're just saying, 'Here you are, have some more smoke up your a***', then having a go at him because he's lost control."

    Hmm... looks like Frankie Cocozza might finally have found a supporter.

    What do you think - are your Team George or Team Louis? Comments below...

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    Boy George is not, we repeat NOT, a fan of The X Factor.

    The singer turned DJ recently branded Gary Barlow the "Deirdre Barlow of music" and now he's called Louis Walsh "a horrible man".
    Speaking to the Evening Standard magazine, George said of the Irish judge, "I hate that man. He's just a horrible man. He knows I hate him. The feeling is mutual.

    "He knows nothing about music. We all hate in my family, especially my mum."

    The former Culture Club star also accused the show of playing mind games on the talent, and claims to have heard "real horror stories" from a friend and one-time contestant.

    "My attitude is: that's a kid. That's a kid that you're shoving - you're not even giving him a chance to get used to it," George explained.

    "You're just saying, 'Here you are, have some more smoke up your a***', then having a go at him because he's lost control."

    Hmm... looks like Frankie Cocozza might finally have found a supporter.

    What do you think - are your Team George or Team Louis? Comments below...

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    The X Factor has had its fair share of success stories. But most of them were the losers...
     

     


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    Boy George is not, we repeat NOT, a fan of The X Factor.

    The singer turned DJ recently branded Gary Barlow the "Deirdre Barlow of music" and now he's called Louis Walsh "a horrible man".
    Speaking to the Evening Standard magazine, George said of the Irish judge, "I hate that man. He's just a horrible man. He knows I hate him. The feeling is mutual.

    "He knows nothing about music. We all hate in my family, especially my mum."

    The former Culture Club star also accused the show of playing mind games on the talent, and claims to have heard "real horror stories" from a friend and one-time contestant.

    "My attitude is: that's a kid. That's a kid that you're shoving - you're not even giving him a chance to get used to it," George explained.

    "You're just saying, 'Here you are, have some more smoke up your a***', then having a go at him because he's lost control."

    Hmm... looks like Frankie Cocozza might finally have found a supporter.

    What do you think - are your Team George or Team Louis? Comments below...

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    Boy George is not, we repeat NOT, a fan of The X Factor.

    The singer turned DJ recently branded Gary Barlow the "Deirdre Barlow of music" and now he's called Louis Walsh "a horrible man".
    Speaking to the Evening Standard magazine, George said of the Irish judge, "I hate that man. He's just a horrible man. He knows I hate him. The feeling is mutual.

    "He knows nothing about music. We all hate in my family, especially my mum."

    The former Culture Club star also accused the show of playing mind games on the talent, and claims to have heard "real horror stories" from a friend and one-time contestant.

    "My attitude is: that's a kid. That's a kid that you're shoving - you're not even giving him a chance to get used to it," George explained.

    "You're just saying, 'Here you are, have some more smoke up your a***', then having a go at him because he's lost control."

    Hmm... looks like Frankie Cocozza might finally have found a supporter.

    What do you think - are your Team George or Team Louis? Comments below...

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    Gary Barlow's grumpy mumblings about his role as The X Factor's new Mr Nasty have been increasingly regular as the show has progressed.

    Now the Take That singer has dropped his biggest hint yet that he may not return for next year's show.

    In an interview featured in the next issue of Esquire magazine, Gaz came straight out and said, "The reason I'm not particularly enjoying it is I don't feel I'm in control of it.

    "It's a totally new thing for me. I've got to get my head around it, learn to enjoy it."

    Hmm... it turns out being head judge, deflecting the endless 'Fix Factor' rumours and mentoring needy wannabes isn't as easy as Simon Cowell makes it look.
    Gary went on, "It's so intense. All those people out there watching every move you make and analysing it and talking to their friends about it and tweeting and gossiping."

    Yup, that's the X Factor for you.

    Still, Gary may not have to worry for too much longer because now even the contestants are yearning for the return of Cowell.

    Yesterday, Amelia Lily was asked by Five News whether she would like to see Simon back on the show.

    "Absolutely, he's the man," she replied. "I think the judges are great, but it would be nice... I'd be curious to know what it would be like if Simon was there.

    "He knows everything. You can't argue with the guy. You just can't argue with him. It would be nice to see what he would say."

    Easy to say when you're not facing one of his famous put-downs, eh Amelia?

    What do you think - do you want to see the back of Barlow? Leave a comment below...

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    Gary Barlow's grumpy mumblings about his role as The X Factor's new Mr Nasty have been increasingly regular as the show has progressed.

    Now the Take That singer has dropped his biggest hint yet that he may not return for next year's show.

    In an interview featured in the next issue of Esquire magazine, Gaz came straight out and said, "The reason I'm not particularly enjoying it is I don't feel I'm in control of it.

    "It's a totally new thing for me. I've got to get my head around it, learn to enjoy it."

    Hmm... it turns out being head judge, deflecting the endless 'Fix Factor' rumours and mentoring needy wannabes isn't as easy as Simon Cowell makes it look.
    Gary went on, "It's so intense. All those people out there watching every move you make and analysing it and talking to their friends about it and tweeting and gossiping."

    Yup, that's the X Factor for you.

    Still, Gary may not have to worry for too much longer because now even the contestants are yearning for the return of Cowell.

    Yesterday, Amelia Lily was asked by Five News whether she would like to see Simon back on the show.

    "Absolutely, he's the man," she replied. "I think the judges are great, but it would be nice... I'd be curious to know what it would be like if Simon was there.

    "He knows everything. You can't argue with the guy. You just can't argue with him. It would be nice to see what he would say."

    Easy to say when you're not facing one of his famous put-downs, eh Amelia?

    What do you think - do you want to see the back of Barlow? Leave a comment below...

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    Gary Barlow's grumpy mumblings about his role as The X Factor's new Mr Nasty have been increasingly regular as the show has progressed.

    Now the Take That singer has dropped his biggest hint yet that he may not return for next year's show.

    In an interview featured in the next issue of Esquire magazine, Gaz came straight out and said, "The reason I'm not particularly enjoying it is I don't feel I'm in control of it.

    "It's a totally new thing for me. I've got to get my head around it, learn to enjoy it."

    Hmm... it turns out being head judge, deflecting the endless 'Fix Factor' rumours and mentoring needy wannabes isn't as easy as Simon Cowell makes it look.
    Gary went on, "It's so intense. All those people out there watching every move you make and analysing it and talking to their friends about it and tweeting and gossiping."

    Yup, that's the X Factor for you.

    Still, Gary may not have to worry for too much longer because now even the contestants are yearning for the return of Cowell.

    Yesterday, Amelia Lily was asked by Five News whether she would like to see Simon back on the show.

    "Absolutely, he's the man," she replied. "I think the judges are great, but it would be nice... I'd be curious to know what it would be like if Simon was there.

    "He knows everything. You can't argue with the guy. You just can't argue with him. It would be nice to see what he would say."

    Easy to say when you're not facing one of his famous put-downs, eh Amelia?

    What do you think - do you want to see the back of Barlow? Leave a comment below...

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    Gary Barlow's grumpy mumblings about his role as The X Factor's new Mr Nasty have been increasingly regular as the show has progressed.

    Now the Take That singer has dropped his biggest hint yet that he may not return for next year's show.

    In an interview featured in the next issue of Esquire magazine, Gaz came straight out and said, "The reason I'm not particularly enjoying it is I don't feel I'm in control of it.

    "It's a totally new thing for me. I've got to get my head around it, learn to enjoy it."

    Hmm... it turns out being head judge, deflecting the endless 'Fix Factor' rumours and mentoring needy wannabes isn't as easy as Simon Cowell makes it look.
    Gary went on, "It's so intense. All those people out there watching every move you make and analysing it and talking to their friends about it and tweeting and gossiping."

    Yup, that's the X Factor for you.

    Still, Gary may not have to worry for too much longer because now even the contestants are yearning for the return of Cowell.

    Yesterday, Amelia Lily was asked by Five News whether she would like to see Simon back on the show.

    "Absolutely, he's the man," she replied. "I think the judges are great, but it would be nice... I'd be curious to know what it would be like if Simon was there.

    "He knows everything. You can't argue with the guy. You just can't argue with him. It would be nice to see what he would say."

    Easy to say when you're not facing one of his famous put-downs, eh Amelia?

    What do you think - do you want to see the back of Barlow? Leave a comment below...

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    An emotional Robbie Savage has dedicated his next Strictly performance to his good friend Gary Speed, who was found dead at his home on Sunday.

    Former footballer Robbie tweeted, "So hard to concentrate on dancing this week, head's all over the place, going to be so emotional as the last place I seen Speedo was in studio.
    "I'm going to make him proud of his mate, he loved Strictly. My performance is for him; still stunned!"

    Speed, who played alongside Savage for the Welsh national team, was in the audience to watch Robbie just a few weeks ago and the Welsh manager featured on BBC1's Football Focus just hours before his tragic death.

    In an interview on Radio 1 this morning, Robbie said, "My last impression of Gary was here at Strictly. It was four weeks ago and I did my jive and he was in the front row.

    "... On the football pitch you can wear black armbands, you can have a minute's silence but fortunately I can show my respects to 13 million people on Saturday night.

    "I'm just going to go and dance for him."

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    An emotional Robbie Savage has dedicated his next Strictly performance to his good friend Gary Speed, who was found dead at his home on Sunday.

    Former footballer Robbie tweeted, "So hard to concentrate on dancing this week, head's all over the place, going to be so emotional as the last place I seen Speedo was in studio.
    "I'm going to make him proud of his mate, he loved Strictly. My performance is for him; still stunned!"

    Speed, who played alongside Savage for the Welsh national team, was in the audience to watch Robbie just a few weeks ago and the Welsh manager featured on BBC1's Football Focus just hours before his tragic death.

    In an interview on Radio 1 this morning, Robbie said, "My last impression of Gary was here at Strictly. It was four weeks ago and I did my jive and he was in the front row.

    "... On the football pitch you can wear black armbands, you can have a minute's silence but fortunately I can show my respects to 13 million people on Saturday night.

    "I'm just going to go and dance for him."

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    An emotional Robbie Savage has dedicated his next Strictly performance to his good friend Gary Speed, who was found dead at his home on Sunday.

    Former footballer Robbie tweeted, "So hard to concentrate on dancing this week, head's all over the place, going to be so emotional as the last place I seen Speedo was in studio.
    "I'm going to make him proud of his mate, he loved Strictly. My performance is for him; still stunned!"

    Speed, who played alongside Savage for the Welsh national team, was in the audience to watch Robbie just a few weeks ago and the Welsh manager featured on BBC1's Football Focus just hours before his tragic death.

    In an interview on Radio 1 this morning, Robbie said, "My last impression of Gary was here at Strictly. It was four weeks ago and I did my jive and he was in the front row.

    "... On the football pitch you can wear black armbands, you can have a minute's silence but fortunately I can show my respects to 13 million people on Saturday night.

    "I'm just going to go and dance for him."

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    An emotional Robbie Savage has dedicated his next Strictly performance to his good friend Gary Speed, who was found dead at his home on Sunday.

    Former footballer Robbie tweeted, "So hard to concentrate on dancing this week, head's all over the place, going to be so emotional as the last place I seen Speedo was in studio.
    "I'm going to make him proud of his mate, he loved Strictly. My performance is for him; still stunned!"

    Speed, who played alongside Savage for the Welsh national team, was in the audience to watch Robbie just a few weeks ago and the Welsh manager featured on BBC1's Football Focus just hours before his tragic death.

    In an interview on Radio 1 this morning, Robbie said, "My last impression of Gary was here at Strictly. It was four weeks ago and I did my jive and he was in the front row.

    "... On the football pitch you can wear black armbands, you can have a minute's silence but fortunately I can show my respects to 13 million people on Saturday night.

    "I'm just going to go and dance for him."

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    When we heard the cast of The Only Way Is Essex were going to murder cover one of our favourite ever festive songs, we feared the worst.

    They have now unveiled their cover of Wham!'s Last Christmas, and while the end result won't be everyone's cup of mulled wine, it's actually a little bit, only slightly, um... ok?
    It's no surprise that given the cast have two 'professional singers' amongst them that Jess Wright and James Argent take the lead vocals on the track, which is being released in aid of new ITV charity Text Santa.

    The whole cast get involved on the festive sing-song, including Carol Wright, who treats us to a display of serious mum dancing and the cute-as-a-button Nanny Pat, who we just want to adopt.

    But if you were thinking (like us) that Lauren Goodger and Gemma Collins' solos were surprisingly good, you've been had, as Jess confirmed on Twitter that the pair are actually miming over her vocals.

    It's all totes emosh though as the video is cut with footage of last year's TOWIE Christmas special (see what they did there? Clever, huh?), giving us flashbacks of departed cast members Mark Wright and Amy Childs.

    But if reports today are to be believed, it could be the last Christmas some of the current cast spend on the show, as five of them are up for the chop.

    Sam Faiers, Lauren Pope, Maria Fowler, Harry Derbidge and Kirk Norcross have all been axed from the fourth series of the show, according to The Sun.

    As we reported last week, Kirk has apparently left to star in the new series of The Bachelor, but now more big names are off.

    A source told the tabloid: "This is basically due to their storylines coming to a natural end and the fact that some of them are just not that popular with viewers.

    "There is a big TOWIE shake-up happening for series four. Bosses are keen to keep the format fresh."

    An ITV spokesperson has neither denied or confirmed the reports, telling The Huffington Post UK: "We will announce the series 4 cast next year when the new series begins."

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    When we heard the cast of The Only Way Is Essex were going to murder cover one of our favourite ever festive songs, we feared the worst.

    They have now unveiled their cover of Wham!'s Last Christmas, and while the end result won't be everyone's cup of mulled wine, it's actually a little bit, only slightly, um... ok?
    It's no surprise that given the cast have two 'professional singers' amongst them that Jess Wright and James Argent take the lead vocals on the track, which is being released in aid of new ITV charity Text Santa.

    The whole cast get involved on the festive sing-song, including Carol Wright, who treats us to a display of serious mum dancing and the cute-as-a-button Nanny Pat, who we just want to adopt.

    But if you were thinking (like us) that Lauren Goodger and Gemma Collins' solos were surprisingly good, you've been had, as Jess confirmed on Twitter that the pair are actually miming over her vocals.

    It's all totes emosh though as the video is cut with footage of last year's TOWIE Christmas special (see what they did there? Clever, huh?), giving us flashbacks of departed cast members Mark Wright and Amy Childs.

    But if reports today are to be believed, it could be the last Christmas some of the current cast spend on the show, as five of them are up for the chop.

    Sam Faiers, Lauren Pope, Maria Fowler, Harry Derbidge and Kirk Norcross have all been axed from the fourth series of the show, according to The Sun.

    As we reported last week, Kirk has apparently left to star in the new series of The Bachelor, but now more big names are off.

    A source told the tabloid: "This is basically due to their storylines coming to a natural end and the fact that some of them are just not that popular with viewers.

    "There is a big TOWIE shake-up happening for series four. Bosses are keen to keep the format fresh."

    An ITV spokesperson has neither denied or confirmed the reports, telling The Huffington Post UK: "We will announce the series 4 cast next year when the new series begins."

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    When we heard the cast of The Only Way Is Essex were going to murder cover one of our favourite ever festive songs, we feared the worst.

    They have now unveiled their cover of Wham!'s Last Christmas, and while the end result won't be everyone's cup of mulled wine, it's actually a little bit, only slightly, um... ok?
    It's no surprise that given the cast have two 'professional singers' amongst them that Jess Wright and James Argent take the lead vocals on the track, which is being released in aid of new ITV charity Text Santa.

    The whole cast get involved on the festive sing-song, including Carol Wright, who treats us to a display of serious mum dancing and the cute-as-a-button Nanny Pat, who we just want to adopt.

    But if you were thinking (like us) that Lauren Goodger and Gemma Collins' solos were surprisingly good, you've been had, as Jess confirmed on Twitter that the pair are actually miming over her vocals.

    It's all totes emosh though as the video is cut with footage of last year's TOWIE Christmas special (see what they did there? Clever, huh?), giving us flashbacks of departed cast members Mark Wright and Amy Childs.

    But if reports today are to be believed, it could be the last Christmas some of the current cast spend on the show, as five of them are up for the chop.

    Sam Faiers, Lauren Pope, Maria Fowler, Harry Derbidge and Kirk Norcross have all been axed from the fourth series of the show, according to The Sun.

    As we reported last week, Kirk has apparently left to star in the new series of The Bachelor, but now more big names are off.

    A source told the tabloid: "This is basically due to their storylines coming to a natural end and the fact that some of them are just not that popular with viewers.

    "There is a big TOWIE shake-up happening for series four. Bosses are keen to keep the format fresh."

    An ITV spokesperson has neither denied or confirmed the reports, telling The Huffington Post UK: "We will announce the series 4 cast next year when the new series begins."

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    When we heard the cast of The Only Way Is Essex were going to murder cover one of our favourite ever festive songs, we feared the worst.

    They have now unveiled their cover of Wham!'s Last Christmas, and while the end result won't be everyone's cup of mulled wine, it's actually a little bit, only slightly, um... ok?
    It's no surprise that given the cast have two 'professional singers' amongst them that Jess Wright and James Argent take the lead vocals on the track, which is being released in aid of new ITV charity Text Santa.

    The whole cast get involved on the festive sing-song, including Carol Wright, who treats us to a display of serious mum dancing and the cute-as-a-button Nanny Pat, who we just want to adopt.

    But if you were thinking (like us) that Lauren Goodger and Gemma Collins' solos were surprisingly good, you've been had, as Jess confirmed on Twitter that the pair are actually miming over her vocals.

    It's all totes emosh though as the video is cut with footage of last year's TOWIE Christmas special (see what they did there? Clever, huh?), giving us flashbacks of departed cast members Mark Wright and Amy Childs.

    But if reports today are to be believed, it could be the last Christmas some of the current cast spend on the show, as five of them are up for the chop.

    Sam Faiers, Lauren Pope, Maria Fowler, Harry Derbidge and Kirk Norcross have all been axed from the fourth series of the show, according to The Sun.

    As we reported last week, Kirk has apparently left to star in the new series of The Bachelor, but now more big names are off.

    A source told the tabloid: "This is basically due to their storylines coming to a natural end and the fact that some of them are just not that popular with viewers.

    "There is a big TOWIE shake-up happening for series four. Bosses are keen to keep the format fresh."

    An ITV spokesperson has neither denied or confirmed the reports, telling The Huffington Post UK: "We will announce the series 4 cast next year when the new series begins."

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    Katie Price has agreed to pay undisclosed libel damages to her ex-hubby Peter Andre.

    The settlement is over claims that he was unfaithful to her. He began defamation proceedings following an interview his ex-wife gave to Heat magazine as well as comments made on The Graham Norton Show in October 2009.
    The singer accepted a public apology from the model at the High Court in London, although neither of them were at the hearing. She will also make a contribution to his legal costs.

    Pete has said that the money he receives from the case will be paid into a trust fund for Katie's son, Harvey.

    The libel settlement comes just days after Katie publicly offered an olive branch to Pete as he travelled to Australia to make a return to the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

    Writing on Twitter, she said: "Good luck in OZ and remember what I said."

    And it seems Pete might finally be ready to be friends with his ex-wife after she spoke positively about him on Loose Women.

    Speaking to New! magazine, he said: "It's really nice that she said that about me. We did have some really good times together and we are talking at the moment and trying to be friends."

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    And he didn't stop there, also opening up to Mark Wright on last night's I'm A Celebrity.

    "I loved Katie more than I loved anyone in my life" he told the TOWIE star. "We had kids, a marriage. You never lose that, yeah, being here is spooking me out."

    Could a reunion be on the cards?

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    Katie Price has agreed to pay undisclosed libel damages to her ex-hubby Peter Andre.

    The settlement is over claims that he was unfaithful to her. He began defamation proceedings following an interview his ex-wife gave to Heat magazine as well as comments made on The Graham Norton Show in October 2009.
    The singer accepted a public apology from the model at the High Court in London, although neither of them were at the hearing. She will also make a contribution to his legal costs.

    Pete has said that the money he receives from the case will be paid into a trust fund for Katie's son, Harvey.

    The libel settlement comes just days after Katie publicly offered an olive branch to Pete as he travelled to Australia to make a return to the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

    Writing on Twitter, she said: "Good luck in OZ and remember what I said."

    And it seems Pete might finally be ready to be friends with his ex-wife after she spoke positively about him on Loose Women.

    Speaking to New! magazine, he said: "It's really nice that she said that about me. We did have some really good times together and we are talking at the moment and trying to be friends."

    RexRex Features

    And he didn't stop there, also opening up to Mark Wright on last night's I'm A Celebrity.

    "I loved Katie more than I loved anyone in my life" he told the TOWIE star. "We had kids, a marriage. You never lose that, yeah, being here is spooking me out."

    Could a reunion be on the cards?

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    Katie Price has agreed to pay undisclosed libel damages to her ex-hubby Peter Andre.

    The settlement is over claims that he was unfaithful to her. He began defamation proceedings following an interview his ex-wife gave to Heat magazine as well as comments made on The Graham Norton Show in October 2009.
    The singer accepted a public apology from the model at the High Court in London, although neither of them were at the hearing. She will also make a contribution to his legal costs.

    Pete has said that the money he receives from the case will be paid into a trust fund for Katie's son, Harvey.

    The libel settlement comes just days after Katie publicly offered an olive branch to Pete as he travelled to Australia to make a return to the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

    Writing on Twitter, she said: "Good luck in OZ and remember what I said."

    And it seems Pete might finally be ready to be friends with his ex-wife after she spoke positively about him on Loose Women.

    Speaking to New! magazine, he said: "It's really nice that she said that about me. We did have some really good times together and we are talking at the moment and trying to be friends."

    RexRex Features

    And he didn't stop there, also opening up to Mark Wright on last night's I'm A Celebrity.

    "I loved Katie more than I loved anyone in my life" he told the TOWIE star. "We had kids, a marriage. You never lose that, yeah, being here is spooking me out."

    Could a reunion be on the cards?

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    Katie Price has agreed to pay undisclosed libel damages to her ex-hubby Peter Andre.

    The settlement is over claims that he was unfaithful to her. He began defamation proceedings following an interview his ex-wife gave to Heat magazine as well as comments made on The Graham Norton Show in October 2009.
    The singer accepted a public apology from the model at the High Court in London, although neither of them were at the hearing. She will also make a contribution to his legal costs.

    Pete has said that the money he receives from the case will be paid into a trust fund for Katie's son, Harvey.

    The libel settlement comes just days after Katie publicly offered an olive branch to Pete as he travelled to Australia to make a return to the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

    Writing on Twitter, she said: "Good luck in OZ and remember what I said."

    And it seems Pete might finally be ready to be friends with his ex-wife after she spoke positively about him on Loose Women.

    Speaking to New! magazine, he said: "It's really nice that she said that about me. We did have some really good times together and we are talking at the moment and trying to be friends."

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    And he didn't stop there, also opening up to Mark Wright on last night's I'm A Celebrity.

    "I loved Katie more than I loved anyone in my life" he told the TOWIE star. "We had kids, a marriage. You never lose that, yeah, being here is spooking me out."

    Could a reunion be on the cards?

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