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    The X Factor sniping, rowing and backstage bickering seem to have reached new levels this year but, if the rumours are to be believed, next year's show will be a less bitchy affair.

    According to The Sunday Mirror, self-appointed 'head judge' Gary Barlow has issued Simon Cowell with an ultimatum with regards to onscreen rival Louis Walsh, saying, "It's him or me."
    There has always been a certain amount of panto in-fighting on The X Factor but tension between Louis and the Take That singer has been looking increasingly real as the series has progressed.

    And it's led Gary to force Cowell into a decision.

    An insider told the Mirror, "Gary and Louis have completely different ideas of what this show is all about. Gary wants it to be a credible singing contest and Louis sees it as entertainment.

    "Although he's been outspoken defending his acts and criticising other people's, Gary hates all the pantomime rowing and thinks Louis is behind most of it."

    That's not all. Mr Barlow reportedly lays the blame for Misha B's departure squarely at Louis' door after the whole bullying debacle.

    The source added, "Gary is unsure about his future on the show... The thought of another year with Louis is just too much for him to bear. He says he will only consider coming back if Louis leaves."

    Would you prefer to see Gary or Louis on next year's panel?



    Given Simon Cowell's fondness for the Irishman, it's a dangerous game to play.

    A gossip described as close to Gary, insisted the pair had been friends for years and said, "They'll always be mates whatever happens."

    Wonder if that will still be true should Gary get the boot.

    What do you think - are you Team Barlow or Team Walsh? Leave a comment below...

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    If you ask us, no X Factor judge is safe. Just look what happened to Cheryl Cole...
     

     


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    Girl group Little Mix have triumphed in this year's The X Factor, beating Marcus Collins in the live final at Wembley Arena.

    The foursome, who were put together from the solo entrants at the audition stage, have become the first group ever to win the ITV1 talent show.
    They were jubilant on hearing the news, only able to screech and say "oh my god!" for a couple of minutes.

    Then Jesy managed to just about get a sentence out, saying: "This is never gonna sink in, we cannot thank the public enough."

    The girls had emerged as the favourites over the last week, also seeing off the previous favourite Amelia Lily in the Saturday night show.

    There were no hard feelings from Marcus though, and he said: "These girls really deserved it."

    The "Little Muffins", as mentor Tulisa rather embarrassingly referred to them, performed a memorable version of Silent Night - prompting some wild praise from judge Louis Walsh.

    He said: "I'm going to predict this time next year this is going to be the biggest girl band in the UK by a mile."

    You want our predictions? OK then: Kelly won't be back next year (y'all). Tulisa will guest on several Little Mix tracks and then join them when her solo career falters, Marcus will be in Chicago on the West End stage inside 18 months.

    Oh, and Tulisa's sideways arm gesture will still look rubbish next year.

    What do you predict? Tell us in the comments field below...

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    Girl group Little Mix have triumphed in this year's The X Factor, beating Marcus Collins in the live final at Wembley Arena.

    The foursome, who were put together from the solo entrants at the audition stage, have become the first group ever to win the ITV1 talent show.
    They were jubilant on hearing the news, only able to screech and say "oh my god!" for a couple of minutes.

    Then Jesy managed to just about get a sentence out, saying: "This is never gonna sink in, we cannot thank the public enough."

    The girls had emerged as the favourites over the last week, also seeing off the previous favourite Amelia Lily in the Saturday night show.

    There were no hard feelings from Marcus though, and he said: "These girls really deserved it."

    The "Little Muffins", as mentor Tulisa rather embarrassingly referred to them, performed a memorable version of Silent Night - prompting some wild praise from judge Louis Walsh.

    He said: "I'm going to predict this time next year this is going to be the biggest girl band in the UK by a mile."

    You want our predictions? OK then: Kelly won't be back next year (y'all). Tulisa will guest on several Little Mix tracks and then join them when her solo career falters, Marcus will be in Chicago on the West End stage inside 18 months.

    Oh, and Tulisa's sideways arm gesture will still look rubbish next year.

    What do you predict? Tell us in the comments field below...

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    Girl group Little Mix have triumphed in this year's The X Factor, beating Marcus Collins in the live final at Wembley Arena.

    The foursome, who were put together from the solo entrants at the audition stage, have become the first group ever to win the ITV1 talent show.
    They were jubilant on hearing the news, only able to screech and say "oh my god!" for a couple of minutes.

    Then Jesy managed to just about get a sentence out, saying: "This is never gonna sink in, we cannot thank the public enough."

    The girls had emerged as the favourites over the last week, also seeing off the previous favourite Amelia Lily in the Saturday night show.

    There were no hard feelings from Marcus though, and he said: "These girls really deserved it."

    The "Little Muffins", as mentor Tulisa rather embarrassingly referred to them, performed a memorable version of Silent Night - prompting some wild praise from judge Louis Walsh.

    He said: "I'm going to predict this time next year this is going to be the biggest girl band in the UK by a mile."

    You want our predictions? OK then: Kelly won't be back next year (y'all). Tulisa will guest on several Little Mix tracks and then join them when her solo career falters, Marcus will be in Chicago on the West End stage inside 18 months.

    Oh, and Tulisa's sideways arm gesture will still look rubbish next year.

    What do you predict? Tell us in the comments field below...

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    Rex

    Girl group Little Mix have triumphed in this year's The X Factor, beating Marcus Collins in the live final at Wembley Arena.

    The foursome, who were put together from the solo entrants at the audition stage, have become the first group ever to win the ITV1 talent show.
    They were jubilant on hearing the news, only able to screech and say "oh my god!" for a couple of minutes.

    Then Jesy managed to just about get a sentence out, saying: "This is never gonna sink in, we cannot thank the public enough."

    The girls had emerged as the favourites over the last week, also seeing off the previous favourite Amelia Lily in the Saturday night show.

    There were no hard feelings from Marcus though, and he said: "These girls really deserved it."

    The "Little Muffins", as mentor Tulisa rather embarrassingly referred to them, performed a memorable version of Silent Night - prompting some wild praise from judge Louis Walsh.

    He said: "I'm going to predict this time next year this is going to be the biggest girl band in the UK by a mile."

    You want our predictions? OK then: Kelly won't be back next year (y'all). Tulisa will guest on several Little Mix tracks and then join them when her solo career falters, Marcus will be in Chicago on the West End stage inside 18 months.

    Oh, and Tulisa's sideways arm gesture will still look rubbish next year.

    What do you predict? Tell us in the comments field below...

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    Alex Jones and Holly Valance bid an emotional farewell to the Strictly dancefloor last night, just missing out on a place in the final.

    Both shed a few tears as they said their goodbyes - Alex calling it an "an incredible time", and Holly thanking the British public for their support before adding, "I'm just proud that we've been part of the most successful Strictly."
    The semi-final weekend saw each couple dance twice and, as you might expect, there were high scores galore.

    Both Holly, who danced the Argentine Tango and the Charleston, and Alex, dancing the Waltz and the Salsa, impressed - Bruno described Holly's Tango as "beautiful, bad and dangerous", while Alex got a "Hip Hip Hooray" from Len for her Salsa - but there was tough competition from their rivals.

    Chelsee Healey, who continues to improve, was left "speechless" after scoring maximum points (the first of the series) for her Paso Doble, having earlier scored 36 for the American Smooth.

    And Jason Donovan, whose "daddy dancing" Samba didn't go down well with Craig, also got full marks for an "incredible" Tango.

    Topping the leaderboard though was Harry Judd. The McFly star kicked off Saturday night's show, scoring 39 for the Charleston, and repeated the feat with his classy and elegant Viennese Waltz.

    Now the pressure is really on as Jason, Chelsee and Harry head to Blackpool for the glittering finale.

    Who would you like to see take home the glitterball trophy? Leave your comments below...

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    Check out our resident astrologer Russell Grant's Strictly predictions to see who he thought would take home the top prize...
     

     


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    Alex Jones and Holly Valance bid an emotional farewell to the Strictly dancefloor last night, just missing out on a place in the final.

    Both shed a few tears as they said their goodbyes - Alex calling it an "an incredible time", and Holly thanking the British public for their support before adding, "I'm just proud that we've been part of the most successful Strictly."
    The semi-final weekend saw each couple dance twice and, as you might expect, there were high scores galore.

    Both Holly, who danced the Argentine Tango and the Charleston, and Alex, dancing the Waltz and the Salsa, impressed - Bruno described Holly's Tango as "beautiful, bad and dangerous", while Alex got a "Hip Hip Hooray" from Len for her Salsa - but there was tough competition from their rivals.

    Chelsee Healey, who continues to improve, was left "speechless" after scoring maximum points (the first of the series) for her Paso Doble, having earlier scored 36 for the American Smooth.

    And Jason Donovan, whose "daddy dancing" Samba didn't go down well with Craig, also got full marks for an "incredible" Tango.

    Topping the leaderboard though was Harry Judd. The McFly star kicked off Saturday night's show, scoring 39 for the Charleston, and repeated the feat with his classy and elegant Viennese Waltz.

    Now the pressure is really on as Jason, Chelsee and Harry head to Blackpool for the glittering finale.

    Who would you like to see take home the glitterball trophy? Leave your comments below...

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    Check out our resident astrologer Russell Grant's Strictly predictions to see who he thought would take home the top prize...
     

     


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    Alex Jones and Holly Valance bid an emotional farewell to the Strictly dancefloor last night, just missing out on a place in the final.

    Both shed a few tears as they said their goodbyes - Alex calling it an "an incredible time", and Holly thanking the British public for their support before adding, "I'm just proud that we've been part of the most successful Strictly."
    The semi-final weekend saw each couple dance twice and, as you might expect, there were high scores galore.

    Both Holly, who danced the Argentine Tango and the Charleston, and Alex, dancing the Waltz and the Salsa, impressed - Bruno described Holly's Tango as "beautiful, bad and dangerous", while Alex got a "Hip Hip Hooray" from Len for her Salsa - but there was tough competition from their rivals.

    Chelsee Healey, who continues to improve, was left "speechless" after scoring maximum points (the first of the series) for her Paso Doble, having earlier scored 36 for the American Smooth.

    And Jason Donovan, whose "daddy dancing" Samba didn't go down well with Craig, also got full marks for an "incredible" Tango.

    Topping the leaderboard though was Harry Judd. The McFly star kicked off Saturday night's show, scoring 39 for the Charleston, and repeated the feat with his classy and elegant Viennese Waltz.

    Now the pressure is really on as Jason, Chelsee and Harry head to Blackpool for the glittering finale.

    Who would you like to see take home the glitterball trophy? Leave your comments below...

    Sign up to our weekly newsletter
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    Check out our resident astrologer Russell Grant's Strictly predictions to see who he thought would take home the top prize...
     

     


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    Sarah Harding has opened for the first time about her messy pre-rehab life.

    The Girls Aloud singer has for some time been known for her love of the party lifestyle but revealed the boozing got out of hand after the break-up of her relationship with then-fiancé Tom Crane.

    Amidst rumours of rowing about her partying, Sarah and Tom called off their engagement in September.

    Soon afterwards, Harding checked into rehab in search of treatment for depression and alcohol addiction.

    Speaking to Hello! magazine, Sarah explained, "I was so down but I just tried to keep busy and, to numb myself, I was drinking more. It was my way of escaping.
    "One minute I was deliriously happy, to the point of hysteria, and totally in denial about my problems saying, 'I'm fine, I'm fine'. The next it hit me - and when it did, it hit me hard."

    The tipping point came when Sarah's Girls Aloud pals Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts invited her for dinner the day after a heavy fashion night out.

    "I wasn't in a good state at all," Harding told the mag. "I was very hungover. But the first thing I wanted to do was open a bottle of wine. I know they were really worried about me."

    She went on, "The day I left for rehab, I was such a mess... I was crying hysterically. I felt ashamed, embarrassed, terrified - my emotions were all over the place."

    With a stint in rehab under her belt, Sarah hopes to make a fresh start, and added, "I've turned 30 now and, although there will always be a bit of the rock chick in me, I'm trying to embrace my softer and more feminine side."

    We wish her all the best.

    What do you think - will Sarah stay clear of the booze? Comments below please...

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    When you see how the celebs celebrate, it's not difficult to see why they become party addicts...
     

     


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    Sarah Harding has opened for the first time about her messy pre-rehab life.

    The Girls Aloud singer has for some time been known for her love of the party lifestyle but revealed the boozing got out of hand after the break-up of her relationship with then-fiancé Tom Crane.

    Amidst rumours of rowing about her partying, Sarah and Tom called off their engagement in September.

    Soon afterwards, Harding checked into rehab in search of treatment for depression and alcohol addiction.

    Speaking to Hello! magazine, Sarah explained, "I was so down but I just tried to keep busy and, to numb myself, I was drinking more. It was my way of escaping.
    "One minute I was deliriously happy, to the point of hysteria, and totally in denial about my problems saying, 'I'm fine, I'm fine'. The next it hit me - and when it did, it hit me hard."

    The tipping point came when Sarah's Girls Aloud pals Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts invited her for dinner the day after a heavy fashion night out.

    "I wasn't in a good state at all," Harding told the mag. "I was very hungover. But the first thing I wanted to do was open a bottle of wine. I know they were really worried about me."

    She went on, "The day I left for rehab, I was such a mess... I was crying hysterically. I felt ashamed, embarrassed, terrified - my emotions were all over the place."

    With a stint in rehab under her belt, Sarah hopes to make a fresh start, and added, "I've turned 30 now and, although there will always be a bit of the rock chick in me, I'm trying to embrace my softer and more feminine side."

    We wish her all the best.

    What do you think - will Sarah stay clear of the booze? Comments below please...

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    When you see how the celebs celebrate, it's not difficult to see why they become party addicts...
     

     


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    Sarah Harding has opened for the first time about her messy pre-rehab life.

    The Girls Aloud singer has for some time been known for her love of the party lifestyle but revealed the boozing got out of hand after the break-up of her relationship with then-fiancé Tom Crane.

    Amidst rumours of rowing about her partying, Sarah and Tom called off their engagement in September.

    Soon afterwards, Harding checked into rehab in search of treatment for depression and alcohol addiction.

    Speaking to Hello! magazine, Sarah explained, "I was so down but I just tried to keep busy and, to numb myself, I was drinking more. It was my way of escaping.
    "One minute I was deliriously happy, to the point of hysteria, and totally in denial about my problems saying, 'I'm fine, I'm fine'. The next it hit me - and when it did, it hit me hard."

    The tipping point came when Sarah's Girls Aloud pals Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts invited her for dinner the day after a heavy fashion night out.

    "I wasn't in a good state at all," Harding told the mag. "I was very hungover. But the first thing I wanted to do was open a bottle of wine. I know they were really worried about me."

    She went on, "The day I left for rehab, I was such a mess... I was crying hysterically. I felt ashamed, embarrassed, terrified - my emotions were all over the place."

    With a stint in rehab under her belt, Sarah hopes to make a fresh start, and added, "I've turned 30 now and, although there will always be a bit of the rock chick in me, I'm trying to embrace my softer and more feminine side."

    We wish her all the best.

    What do you think - will Sarah stay clear of the booze? Comments below please...

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    When you see how the celebs celebrate, it's not difficult to see why they become party addicts...
     

     


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    She was tipped as a potential winner way back in the audition stages of this year's The X Factor, but it is only now that the strength of early support for Janet Devlin has been revealed.

    The 17-year-old from County Tyrone topped the voting for the first FOUR WEEKS that the public were allowed to have their say, only slipping to second spot the following week on Amelia Lily's triumphant return.
    Unfortunately her fall from grace was then quite rapid, and she was sent home by the judges two weeks later when she found herself in the sing-off with Misha B - having forgotten her words the previous night.

    Interestingly, the voting figures also reveal that only three acts took the top spot in the voting over the entire series.

    Janet was up there for four weeks, Amelia Lily for two and Little Mix for three - including the last week when it counted the most.

    Although runner-up Marcus Collins never topped the voting, he did have the most second places - being number two for three weeks.

    What do you reckon went wrong for Janet? Tell us in the comments below...

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    She was tipped as a potential winner way back in the audition stages of this year's The X Factor, but it is only now that the strength of early support for Janet Devlin has been revealed.

    The 17-year-old from County Tyrone topped the voting for the first FOUR WEEKS that the public were allowed to have their say, only slipping to second spot the following week on Amelia Lily's triumphant return.
    Unfortunately her fall from grace was then quite rapid, and she was sent home by the judges two weeks later when she found herself in the sing-off with Misha B - having forgotten her words the previous night.

    Interestingly, the voting figures also reveal that only three acts took the top spot in the voting over the entire series.

    Janet was up there for four weeks, Amelia Lily for two and Little Mix for three - including the last week when it counted the most.

    Although runner-up Marcus Collins never topped the voting, he did have the most second places - being number two for three weeks.

    What do you reckon went wrong for Janet? Tell us in the comments below...

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    She was tipped as a potential winner way back in the audition stages of this year's The X Factor, but it is only now that the strength of early support for Janet Devlin has been revealed.

    The 17-year-old from County Tyrone topped the voting for the first FOUR WEEKS that the public were allowed to have their say, only slipping to second spot the following week on Amelia Lily's triumphant return.
    Unfortunately her fall from grace was then quite rapid, and she was sent home by the judges two weeks later when she found herself in the sing-off with Misha B - having forgotten her words the previous night.

    Interestingly, the voting figures also reveal that only three acts took the top spot in the voting over the entire series.

    Janet was up there for four weeks, Amelia Lily for two and Little Mix for three - including the last week when it counted the most.

    Although runner-up Marcus Collins never topped the voting, he did have the most second places - being number two for three weeks.

    What do you reckon went wrong for Janet? Tell us in the comments below...

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    Reality TV personality Kerry Katona has resorted to getting the police involved over the unwanted attentions of a female stalker.

    Kerry and her manager Max Clifford decided to call the five-O after the woman, an American lesbian named Stella, told Clifford's office that she had been watching Kerry get changed at her home.
    Kerry told The Mirror newspaper: "'I was getting dressed and there was a phone call to Max's company from this lady saying she'd been watching me getting changed.

    "So I panicked and called the police. But this woman has been annoying us all for weeks now. At the end of the day I've got four kids, live in a big house and have to take this sort of thing seriously."

    And Clifford told MailOnline that the woman had been calling his office constantly.

    He said: "She's just a very sad lady. She's been phoning my office about two months now, sometimes 20 times a day.

    "She's a lesbian who claims that she and Kerry are destined to be together, she wants to meet her, she thinks she can help her.

    "Sometimes she calls and just plays Atomic Kitten down the phone or gets her mother to call us pretending to be her agent.

    "We won't put her through to Kerry, obviously, but if she is watching her, then you get a bit worried about people like this. We have told the police, they are aware of her."

    Kerry has been stalked by a woman before, when somebody she had befriended on Facebook kept coming to the house she used to share with former hubby Mark Croft.

    What do you think? Why does Kerry attract stalkers? Comment below...

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    Reality TV personality Kerry Katona has resorted to getting the police involved over the unwanted attentions of a female stalker.

    Kerry and her manager Max Clifford decided to call the five-O after the woman, an American lesbian named Stella, told Clifford's office that she had been watching Kerry get changed at her home.
    Kerry told The Mirror newspaper: "'I was getting dressed and there was a phone call to Max's company from this lady saying she'd been watching me getting changed.

    "So I panicked and called the police. But this woman has been annoying us all for weeks now. At the end of the day I've got four kids, live in a big house and have to take this sort of thing seriously."

    And Clifford told MailOnline that the woman had been calling his office constantly.

    He said: "She's just a very sad lady. She's been phoning my office about two months now, sometimes 20 times a day.

    "She's a lesbian who claims that she and Kerry are destined to be together, she wants to meet her, she thinks she can help her.

    "Sometimes she calls and just plays Atomic Kitten down the phone or gets her mother to call us pretending to be her agent.

    "We won't put her through to Kerry, obviously, but if she is watching her, then you get a bit worried about people like this. We have told the police, they are aware of her."

    Kerry has been stalked by a woman before, when somebody she had befriended on Facebook kept coming to the house she used to share with former hubby Mark Croft.

    What do you think? Why does Kerry attract stalkers? Comment below...

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    Reality TV personality Kerry Katona has resorted to getting the police involved over the unwanted attentions of a female stalker.

    Kerry and her manager Max Clifford decided to call the five-O after the woman, an American lesbian named Stella, told Clifford's office that she had been watching Kerry get changed at her home.
    Kerry told The Mirror newspaper: "'I was getting dressed and there was a phone call to Max's company from this lady saying she'd been watching me getting changed.

    "So I panicked and called the police. But this woman has been annoying us all for weeks now. At the end of the day I've got four kids, live in a big house and have to take this sort of thing seriously."

    And Clifford told MailOnline that the woman had been calling his office constantly.

    He said: "She's just a very sad lady. She's been phoning my office about two months now, sometimes 20 times a day.

    "She's a lesbian who claims that she and Kerry are destined to be together, she wants to meet her, she thinks she can help her.

    "Sometimes she calls and just plays Atomic Kitten down the phone or gets her mother to call us pretending to be her agent.

    "We won't put her through to Kerry, obviously, but if she is watching her, then you get a bit worried about people like this. We have told the police, they are aware of her."

    Kerry has been stalked by a woman before, when somebody she had befriended on Facebook kept coming to the house she used to share with former hubby Mark Croft.

    What do you think? Why does Kerry attract stalkers? Comment below...

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    The X Factor judge Kelly Rowland has taken to Twitter to deny that she had been at the sherry before last night's live final, in response to speculation about her over-excited behaviour.

    The 30-year-old seemed a little out of character as she wished Little Mix a "merry frickin' Christmas" and asked presenter Dermot O'Leary to repeat a question because: "I have no idea what you just said!"
    And her over-enthusiasm prompted viewers to start speculating that she may have been enjoying the hospitality in the show's green room.

    One fan tweeted: "Kelly Rowland IS DRUNK! what was that exchange Dermot?! not very professional. not very Kelly Rowland we've seen so far."

    Kelly's repeated use of the phrase "y'all" also raised eyebrows among viewers.

    But Kels hit back on her own Twitter feed, saying: "Nice try, but I wasn't under the influence, in ANY way..........just overwelmed by the crowds cheers!"

    Hmmm, we'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time then Kelly.

    What do you reckon? Are you buying Kelly's denial? Comment below...

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    The X Factor judge Kelly Rowland has taken to Twitter to deny that she had been at the sherry before last night's live final, in response to speculation about her over-excited behaviour.

    The 30-year-old seemed a little out of character as she wished Little Mix a "merry frickin' Christmas" and asked presenter Dermot O'Leary to repeat a question because: "I have no idea what you just said!"
    And her over-enthusiasm prompted viewers to start speculating that she may have been enjoying the hospitality in the show's green room.

    One fan tweeted: "Kelly Rowland IS DRUNK! what was that exchange Dermot?! not very professional. not very Kelly Rowland we've seen so far."

    Kelly's repeated use of the phrase "y'all" also raised eyebrows among viewers.

    But Kels hit back on her own Twitter feed, saying: "Nice try, but I wasn't under the influence, in ANY way..........just overwelmed by the crowds cheers!"

    Hmmm, we'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time then Kelly.

    What do you reckon? Are you buying Kelly's denial? Comment below...

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    The X Factor judge Kelly Rowland has taken to Twitter to deny that she had been at the sherry before last night's live final, in response to speculation about her over-excited behaviour.

    The 30-year-old seemed a little out of character as she wished Little Mix a "merry frickin' Christmas" and asked presenter Dermot O'Leary to repeat a question because: "I have no idea what you just said!"
    And her over-enthusiasm prompted viewers to start speculating that she may have been enjoying the hospitality in the show's green room.

    One fan tweeted: "Kelly Rowland IS DRUNK! what was that exchange Dermot?! not very professional. not very Kelly Rowland we've seen so far."

    Kelly's repeated use of the phrase "y'all" also raised eyebrows among viewers.

    But Kels hit back on her own Twitter feed, saying: "Nice try, but I wasn't under the influence, in ANY way..........just overwelmed by the crowds cheers!"

    Hmmm, we'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time then Kelly.

    What do you reckon? Are you buying Kelly's denial? Comment below...

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