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XFACTOR part 2

Well, so much for my theories.
I was delighted that they now seem to be placing the final few rounds genuinely in the hands of the public. Or at least I was, until the same public decided we should lose the sensational Ruth and keep any of the surely less remarkable boys. Good luck to Eoghan of course, for whom clearly Simon has a vision, but if all this editorial favouring and Northern Ireland voting means he wins over Alexandra in the final I’ll be absolutely hopping.
Meanwhile, my next few Saturday nights are clearly to be ruined by the partisan dialing of Northern Irish girls too easily swayed by the disingenuous accolades of a marionette jury. Bring back dolly-legged Austin and keep the vote English.
Thank you.

On a bus! Me!

On my iphone. Currently in the middle of filming on an open top bus around Oxford st under the Christmas lights (not pictured). Tried something I hope will pay off in a year or so. Could be quite exciting.


XFactor

Now, it may surprise you to learn that I am an XFactor fan. In order to watch TV I have to activate a single-button library-to-cinema conversion which is deeply satisfying and something I like to think James Bond would have been proud of had he pursued an academic career; but the combination of dramatic room-transmutation and dumb ignorance of televisual scheduling means that I don’t bother generally. But XFactor has been the exception; I enthusiastically join the ranks of fanatics. But mingled with my guilty love is a small concern, which I want to share with you this freezing, gloriously Rachelless morning.

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