Xtra factor presenter dating one direction
On last weeks Xtra Factor show the pair were teased by Caroline’s co-host Olly Murs as well as good old Louis Walsh who joked with fellow judge Gary Barlow that a certain member of One Direction had made ‘a big effort today for some reason’.Harry’s One Direction band mates also didn’t miss the opportunity to slag the couple as when asked by Olly which X factor girl Harry fancied, Louis Tomlinson jumped in shouting ‘Caroline’, he also cheekily tweeted ‘Go on make it awkward between Harry and Caroline tonight ‘.Digital Spy reviews Little Mix debut single ' Cannonball' "There are no boys for us.We're going to be like nuns," she told The Sun.According to the Sun they shared a desert together and were not shy about being ‘spotted’ out together.
"Caroline and Harry are terribly mischievous when they are together and they needed to make sure things remained professional between them," a source told the (more) » - By Colin Daniels Join me - and Wagner - from 8pm on Saturday as The X Factor nears its conclusion Hello, and welcome to the X Factor liveblog. It's the X Factor final (well, tomorrow is), coming live from Wembley Arena. Who'll emerge victorious (at some point tomorrow) - Little Mix, Amelia Lily or Marcus Collins? Westlife, Jls, One Direction and Leona Lewis are due to sing, as are Coldplay, who are on Emi, and Michael Buble, who is signed to Warner Music.It's all about the music, the tour (more) » - By Daniel Sperling This year, The X Factor has given the impression that it may not now be far away from becoming an ex-show The eighth series of The X Factor has been notable for retreats.Show owner and celebrated grumpy judge Simon Cowell chose to focus this year on his American projects; teenage contestant Frankie Cocozza was thrown out for an alleged sex-and-drugs romp; and veteran judge Louis Walsh confessed to having restored his vanishing hair at a reported cost of £30,000.She has introduced daughter Angel to Bob Dylan, the Sex Pistols and Billie Holiday. So what happened when they went to the semi-finals? The blanding out of music into something-they-prepared-earlier is tedious, as is the endless sobbing, the choreographed back stories, the fake auditioning of those who have been talent-scouted – or paid – to make fools of themselves.I haven't bothered much with The X Factor this year. The daft rivalry between the judges, and even the flashing lights, are irritating.
"My mates used to wind me up that she would dump me for a popstar," Wright told The Sun.