Carolynne Poole has asked her fans to stop attacking Christopher Maloney online.
Many X Factor viewers jumped to the defence of the brunette beauty this week, after it was revealed that Christopher Maloney kicked off and branded her a c*nt last Sunday.
The 34 year old had been upset because he had a very small role in a group performance and insiders say he took his rage out on Carolynne during rehearsals for the final show.
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Rylan Clark has reached out to Carolynne Poole after her hard night on Sunday.
The X Factor beauty told The Sun today that she was surprised and upset at rehearsals for the show’s final, when Christopher Maloney lost his temper, shouted at her in front of her pals and called her a c*nt for some perceived offence she had committed.
Later that evening the 34 year old tweeted her saying:
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Y’know, I just can’t thank me four fans enough
Fans of the X Factor will no doubt know that third placed runner-up Christopher Maloney has pretty much ended his career in music before it even began by showing what are evidently his true colours on Sunday, which was of course the show’s final.
Reports from the X Factor camp on Sunday and yesterday reveal that he turned up for rehearsals in Manchester drunk, late and was abusive to his fellow finalists and to X Factor staff.
He also launched a bitter tirade on Twitter – addressed to Gary Barlow and the show’s press team – saying that he is the victim of bullying, a “witch hunt” and declaring that X Factor is “over.”
In the meantime, he posted several tweets claiming that his absence from the X Factor final on Sunday night was due to illness… Read on »
The X Factor finalists have spoken and have more or less confirmed that Christopher Maloney has been telling some porkie pies on Twitter.
The former X Factor finalist, who finished in third place on Saturday’s show is said to have kicked off big style at the final rehearsals yesterday over the group performance and his tiny role and insiders claimed that he ranted and raved and used some very abusive language in an altercation with Carolynne Poole.
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Fans of The X Factor will of course know that third placed runner-up Christopher Maloney was nowhere to be seen during last night’s final…
And as we reported yesterday afternoon, and last night – during our live blog as the incident evolved – it all began when Christopher turned up yesterday morning at the show’s venue in Manchester “clearly drunk.”
He then apparently stormed off when he became angry that he had only one line to sing in the finalists’ group performance. The Sun reports that he was supposed to be back at 11am for a second rehearsal, but when he didn’t arrive, the finalists’ song was hastily rearranged to exclude him. You can click here to find out what an X Factor insider told us here at Unreality TV about what was going on…
The next round in Maloney-gate came when he allegedly arrived well after midday, and even more drunk, telling the show’s producers that he no longer wanted to be part of the show. He reportedly then went back to the hotel the finalists were staying in to pack, intent on returning home to Liverpool… Read on »
OMG, as if there wasn’t enough drama on the X Factor stage tonight it has all been kicking off behind the scenes too it seems.
Unreality TV confirmed earlier today that Christopher Maloney would not be on the final tonight, after a row erupted between him and producers and we later reported that some sources were saying he also behaved abusively towards fellow contestant Carolynne Poole.
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We reported earlier today that Christopher Maloney wouldn’t be at tonight’s X factor final and now it seems we know why.
The 34 year old finished in third place last night and was supposed to return to perform again on tonight’s finale as part of a group of former contestants.
However it was reported that he got into a bit of a row with some fellow singers and producers and stormed out of Manchester’s Central Arena, before heading home to Liverpool today.
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Gary Barlow has insisted that he and Simon Cowell have not clashed over X Factor contestant Christopher Maloney.
It was reported in the newspapers that the show boss wanted Barlow to somehow get rid of the Liverpudlian singer, as he was attracting a large amount of votes from the public and putting the future of more marketable acts in danger on the ITV show.
Obviously Simon would rather sign acts such as Union J and James Arthur to his record label than a cabaret style performer like Chris and some sources claimed that he and the Take That star argued during a discussion on the subject.
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Sinitta has been casting her beady eye over this year’s X Factor series and making her recommendations on how to fix it all.
The former pop star of course played a large role on the show, while her ex-boyfriend Simon Cowell was on the panel, but in 2012, for the first year ever, she has had no involvement with the contestants or judges behind the scenes.
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On an almost daily basis, we here at Unreality write articles about how The X Factor’s bosses have ordered a “shake up” or a “revamp” or jumped through a zillion pointless hoops in a bid to boost viewer ratings.
Similarly, every weekend, there’s the inevitable Who Won in the ratings war between X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing, and so far, though the figures are actually open to interpretation sometimes, Strictly is winning that pi**ing contest.
And this morning, there’s a report in one of the tabloid newspapers which claims that the show’s execs think that the rowing between Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh over Dead Lock Gate is putting viewers off…
However, what’s putting this particular viewer off is the fact that the voting system – though it of course makes millions for the show’s bosses and ITV – isn’t reflecting accurately what the public wants.
For instance, before last night’s show saw Melanie Masson leave the contest – about which I’m gutted but I don’t think District 3 should have been in the bottom two either – there were of course 12 acts in the Vote to Save. I don’t know of anyone who votes for more than two people/acts… Read on »