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“I really was having fun until you started singing,” he told him.“I was embarrassed to be sat here.” But former Pussycat Doll Nicole bared her claws, telling Gary: “Don’t be an old grumpy fart.” She even put her hand over his mouth after becoming annoyed by his comments.But the news of series two's Alistair Griffin teaming up with Kimberley Walsh for a Tour de France single got us thinking - what ... He's now a sports presenter who helped launch Arsenal TV, anchored Eurosport's London 2012 coverage and has worked on BBC Breakfast, Real Madrid TV, BBC News, Sky Sports News, Channel 5 and Setanta (remember Setanta? Chris Manning We tracked down third eliminee Chris Manning to his website, The Chris Manning Projects - he seems to still be working as a singer and appears to have his own Michael Bublé tribute show ("The Michael Bublé Show"), while also promoting other acts.The exceptionally-named Malachi Cush - who, by the way, tends to go by just Malachi these days - nabbed a number one in Thailand.The ITV1 talent show was still the most watched show on Saturday night, however, with 9.2 million viewers.In contrast, Strictly Come Dancing, which screened its first live Saturday night show this weekend, enjoyed an audience of 8.7 million, up from 7.5 million last year.Meanwhile, viewers were less than impressed with Tulisa’s fashion choice, a bizarre ruched navy silk gown, while Nicole won widespread praise for her daring sheer black dress with revealing mesh panels.
Their Facebook page hasn't been updated since May, but they were gigging around St Albans at the end of last year.Last night’s scenes were the latest in a series of clashes between Gary, 41, and Nicole, 34, over their music tastes.The two stunned audiences and fellow judges Tulisa Contostavlos and Louis Walsh by repeatedly trading catty insults during the first live show. • Louis Walsh causes a storm over X Factor change of mind • X Factor 2012 in pictures Gary didn’t hold back as he tore into the most extravagant performance of the night, by dramatic Essex boy Rylan.Since then, he's had an award-winning radio show in Ireland and a number one in the American New Christian Music chart.
From what we can gather, he's still singing, works for the online broadcaster Irish TV and is involved with charity.
Unfortunately, she was out in the first week (thanks to Louis Walsh and his flip-flopping).