OK, Laura White was an X Factor favourite of ours last year, and we were totally devastated when she got booted off the show. You may remember that the scandal surrounding her departure, and how it got mentioned in parliament.
Now, Laura has released her first single You Should Have Known, and it’s a pretty good pop record. Really, go and look it up on YouTube.
However, over the last month or two, Unreality TV has been swamped with spam from so-called ‘fans’, urging people to go to YouTube, Laura’s official site or her Twitter account. We’ve seen this class of low-rent marketing tactic in the past, but real fans don’t go and leave spammy comments all over the place.
X Factor boys, JLS did a hilarious interview with Holy Moly this month in which they talk about getting things stuck in their bums, their very own made up words and their love of Henry VIII. You can watch the video above.
X Factor band JLS have thanked their loyal fans for backing them and allowing them to live the dream.
The group are hoping to hit the number one spot with their debut single ‘Beat Again’ on Sunday, insisted that they will not get complacent.
“The boys and I have worked so hard to get here and it feels like it has all been worth it. This whole JLS journey has been the time of my life and I know this is only the beginning,” singer Marvin Humes told the Daily Record.
Former X Factor singer Diana Vickers has landed her first West End Role.
Diana will take the lead in West End show The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice.
The British Theatre Guide explains:
“The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice tells the story of a young girl, nicknamed Little Voice, who lives with her mother and hardly ever speaks, but has an amazing talent to imitate the singing voice of many of the great divas on her treasured records, left to her by her late father. However this is something she does privately for herself, and when one of her mother’s boyfriends sees the chance to make some money from her talent and forces her to sing in public, she is badly traumatised by the experience. Her only friend is a young lad, also very quiet, who came to fit the telephone at the start of the play and who also has a hidden secret – he is building a light show in the shed on his grandfather’s allotment.”
X Factor’s JLS were forced to leave a recent Take That gig early after being mobbed by fans.
“It was really funny because when Jason [Orange] began to sing his solo, someone spotted JLS and loads of people turned their backs on the stage to take pictures and chant their name instead,” a source told The Sun.
“They had to sprint through the corridors to get out and were escorted to their taxi to avoid all the attention.”