X Factor: Barlow Walsh
October 10, 2012 by staff
X Factor: Barlow Walsh, Have Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh called a truce over the controversial X Factor drama that unfolded when Louis’ decision to go into deadldock resulted in Rylan Clark being saved and Gary’s act Carolynne Poole being eliminated?
Well, it could be a real possibility after Gary and Louis were spotted meeting up and having dinner with their fellow X Factor judges Nicole Scherzinger and Tulisa Contostavlos and host Dermot O’Leary, in Mayfair last night.
Dressing smartly for the occasion, Gary was spotted in a pair of trousers, jumper, scarf and a smart jacket, whilst Louis who has denied that he was told to take the decision to deadlock, went for a similar look – perhaps they called each other to confer beforehand?
Despite Louis being pictured with a smile on his face when he was spotted leaving the restaurant, Gary didn’t look as pleased as he caught the attention of the waiting paparazzi.
Pictures of the judges going for a meal out together comes amidst the reports that Gary has threatened to walk out if there is a repeat of the weekend’s drama.
According to The Sun, an insider claimed: “Gary is fiercely proud of his reputation and signed up for the show because he wanted to nurture genuine talent. The reason he wanted to be on it was to put a stop to these tricks and to stop insulting the artists and viewers.
“The pantomime some of his fellow judges bring to the show drives him insane and he believes it undermines the credibility of the whole show. Sunday’s antics infuriated him. He was livid.”
The source added: “He called a dinner for last night and issued an ultimatum — if this ever happens again he is off. No questions asked.
“Gary is demanding that genuine talent should always be recognised ahead of pantomime acts like Rylan who might pull in a few more phone votes for the novelty factor.”
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