Friday, June 3, 2011

Simon Cowell gets this removed. Apparently.


I know you are all hunting for what was said. So here it is.

Good publicity of course and just sums up how sensitive some celebs are to tittle tattle. Injunction? We are not sure.

http://posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/litmanlive/W8Rlr26SKTz92GmVWvJ7408nP2NvSHRcNNAu6eIKHpi4qecDYB6Im1Ra5bDa/c8g-justpasteit.pdf

Cowell says not ...
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/showbiz/article-23956068-bgt-and-simon-cowell-in-show-fix-claim.do

6 comments:

  1. If it's false lies and defamatory (which appears to be the case from reading elsewhere) then it seems perfectly reasonable for Cowell to remove it.

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  2. This seems to me to be a credible account. Maybe it isn't, but it sure seems genuine from my understanding and experience of how the business works.

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  3. It sounds very credible.

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  4. No it doesn't.

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  5. Of course it's credible otherwise Cowell wouldn't be trying to find the 'mole'

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  6. I don't even care if it's true or not. I think it's been obvious the UK has been sleepwalking into a manufactured pop and entertainment bubble-cum-nightmare for the last ten years, with Simon Cowell pulling the strings and moving his friends into place. I loathe that X-Factor and BGT has taken over our screens night and day, squeezing everything else out. Every day, no matter the seriousness of the event, Cheryl bloody Cole and X Factor take precedence on every paper headline, etc. I wish someone would blow the lid on this Cowell-created empire in which he clearly ignores his acts, esp. when they stop bringing him big bucks in. I wish the world would wake up to this rigged manipulation of British entertainment and the PR sideshows that go alongside it.

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