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The rumoured proposed changes to 'The X Factor' have got the 'Into It' team talking this week, specifically Simon Cowell's plans to rid the show of novelty acts.

Dragons’ Den star Duncan Bannatyne, who was a Comic Relief trustee in 2009 – and remains an honorary trustee – has campaigned against smoking and specifically British American Tobacco, the largest beneficiary of Comic Relief’s tobacco investments.The BBC must be secretly kicking themselves that no-one like Mo had deigned to audition while on their channel.Despite all The industry is lacking in authenticity.Smart, funny, intuitive, with model looks & a killer blue steel."The X Factor"Rest easy little prince, we miss you terribly.Snooze & play on the laps of those who we followed, and we know we'll be rubbing that brilliant white belly, and massaging those beautiful pink paws, further on up on the road," he wrote.Now, people want to be famous for the sake of being famous even though they don't necessarily have the talent in a particular area, so the world of 'celebrityism' has been filled up with Big Brother winners and X Factor dropouts.


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