After the Carolynne Poole X Factor 2012 Fix row Frankie Cocozza insists show is ‘set up’
Frankie Cocozza has waded in and offered his opinion on last night’s big X Factor scandal.
The former contestant was eliminated from the show last year, after producers found out he had been taking drugs at all night parties, while supposed to be preparing for his weekend performances.
His winning a place on the show caused controversy alone, with many viewers blasting Gary Barlow for choosing the mediocre singer as one of his finalists at judges houses.
Last night, as a furore erupted over Carolynne Poole’s elimination from the show, Frankie took to Twitter to blast X Factor bosses, saying:
‘I’m pretty sure the X Factor just showed the whole country how set up it is. Not that we didn’t know that anyway. The producers f*cked it’
‘Oh and I forgot my shit performances proved the same thing last year. Good night’
Frankie was of course talking about the fact that Louis Walsh, having been handed the deciding vote between Carolynne and Rylan, at first seemed to save Poole, then sent the show to deadlock and Dermot revealed that Clark had polled the most votes and would be staying in the competition.
Fans erupted and claimed that the brunette beauty would have to be reinstated after the confusion. One journalist – who was in the audience on last night’s show – posted a picture of X Factor chief executive Richard Holloway whispering in Louis Walsh’s ear as Carolynne was performing her save me song.
This of course sparked even more speculation that the result had been fixed by bosses desperate to keep dramatic Rylan and his ratings grabbing behaviour on the series.
What do you think readers? Is Frankie right? Was the show set up? Or was poor Louis just confused and a little bit rattled?
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