X Factor: Louis Walsh Says Gary Barlow Lacks Credibility In Incredible Story
LOUIS Walsh, bobble-headed super-injunction negating, Hughie Green impersonator and cloth-eared peddler of novelty hits, is to leave the X Factor. First Simon Cowell left; then Kelly Rowland put on her sick voice and had the week off; now Walsh is promising to walk. Below the headline “I can’t stay“, Walsh folds his arms a little too tightly about his waist in a hackneyed effort to look strident and says why the X Factor is so utterly joyless.
The article contains the gem:
“Gary’s credibility has gone downhill for promoting someone who can’t sing.”
So says Louis Walsh of yet another hammy X Factor spat, this time involving Frankie Cocozza, the singer who sound like he’s gargling a femidom. Louis Walsh is the man who gave us Wagner and Jedward,and you told Westlife to sing down the phone.
But if you want real scripted disingenuous stuff, then the Daily Star still leads the way.
The front-page story in which Walsh makes no mention of leaving the X Factor is headlined:
“WHY I’VE GOT TO QUIT”