Simon Cowell along with former X Factor judges Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne have been criticized by Twitter for silencing a talent show full of hopes in 2004. But now it has turned out that the competitor – Samantha – was actually pregnant at the time in who was pregnant told of Sharon "going on a diet". In a second clip that has now been unearthed, the competitor tells the presenter Kate Thorton that she was waiting for a baby while she was cradling her baby bump.
Under fire: Simon Cowell along with former X Factor judges Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne were criticized by Twitter for silencing a talent show full of hope in 2004 He told the presenter:[I’m] almost seven months. At the end of the day, I'm pregnant. There is nothing I can do about it. So I will try to go as far as possible, as I am. "During the bootcamp of the competition, he performed Is not She Lovely, and reached the next stage but was sent to pack up the next round, a shocking clip of Simon and Sharon urging Samantha's rival to" follow " a diet "was unearthed, with the couple being subjected to a strong negative reaction.
Pregnant: But now it has turned out that the competitor – Samantha – was actually pregnant at the time she was told to "go on a diet" by Sharon
Waiting: In a second clip that has now been unearthed, the competitor tells the presenter Kate Thorton that she was waiting for a baby, while she was cradling her baby bump In a clip re-emerged from the inaugural series of the ITV competition, the trio expresses harsh criticism on the weight of the singer of emanating Samantha after executing Mariah Carey's hero. During her episode on the episode, the competitor revealed that she canceled her honeymoon to audition industry experts, only for them to tell her to go on a diet if she wanted to progress further in the competition. Showing her new affection for her husband, a promising Samantha says to the camera before facing the judges: "I got married a week on Saturday." I should also be on honeymoon in Barbados a minute, but we canceled to be able to come and do this.
Under Fire: Simon Cowell along with former X Factor judges Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne have been criticized by Twitter for silencing a talent show full of hope in 2004 Addition: "If I can not do it I'll be absolutely gutted because that means everything for me. "An enthusiastic Samantha, who is still high on her wedding day, is faced with the judges and initially wins the chief judge Simon for his dedication to the competition, skipping the honeymoon in Barbados for the opportunity to sing for them. After delivering his song, band director Louis cruelly tells a radiant Samantha, "I think you should have honeymooned, I really do it. It's nothing special, Simon."
Harsh: in a clip re-emerged from the inaugural series of the ITV singing contest, the trio expresses fierce criticism to the weight of the singer of Samantha after she performed in Mariah Carey's HeroBeginning to lose her twinkle, Simon adds: "It sounds good but you look a girl from a store the problem. "Determined to go to the next round, she responds:" OK, it's something you can work on. "To which Simon, who was nicknamed Mr Nasty on the show for his sharp comments, added: "Well, it's a lot of work".
Joy: an enthusiastic Samantha, who is still on the top of her wedding day, is facing the judges "I will do anything for this," said a desperate Samantha. "I know what you're saying." What am I saying? "Simon's questions: Responding to the competitor, understandably knocked down, fires:" … that they are fundamentally overweight. "Sad adds harshly:" You are. You really are. "Turning to his fellow judges, Simon asks for their final opinion and if Samantha should be passed to the next round.
Cut: After delivering his song, band director Louis cruelly tells a radiant Samantha: "I think you should have gone on honeymoon. I really do it. It's nothing special, Simon."
You want to: "I would do anything for this," said a desperate Samantha. "I know what you're saying." "What am I saying?" Simon's questions. Responding to the buyer, understandably knocked down, he replies: "… that I am fundamentally overweight" I will say no because I think the mission is impossible, "Louis said clearly." We had a lot of girls like this. "His comment left Sharon protest: "Mission Impossible? Louis! Nothing is impossible. I think you have a lovely face and a beautiful voice. "Simon intervened:" You know I'm going to say yes because, for the simple reason, I'd like to see what this girl is willing to do because I think she's a good voice and I like her ambition. [It’s] down in Sharon. "Continuing to comment on his appearance, Sharon adds:" Mrs Go On A Diet and see you at the next round. "MailOnline contacted the comments of Simon Cowell, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh.
After commenting on his appearance, Sharon adds: "Mrs Go On A Diet and see you at the next round". The clip 14 years ago left Twitter users, including Daniella Westbrook and 2004 Steve Brookstein, growing in arms while commenting in their droves on the judges' comments. The user, who uploaded the clip, wrote: "I CAN NOT BELIEVE AS HARSH HAVE USED FOR X FACTOR. This poor woman." Imagine the din if they said it now. "A disciple wrote:" Disgusting … would not be loud on TV in this day and age … steaming. "The former EastEnders star Daniella wrote:" A terrible girl was amazing I thought. "Another user commented:" It was like three tired cops I can not believe they were talking dispassionately about a corpse. "
Baffled: the Twitter user, who uploaded the clip, was puzzled by their comments
In the arms: Twitter users were in love "Sharon in the end, however," take a missy diet. "And look for Louis and Simon, crazy about how different attitudes were back even then," said a third. One user added: "This is horrible". And they wonder why girls worry about their weight, "commented another," Oh my God is so bad. "While a Twitter user shared:" Omg, imagine the indignation if that happened now. " While 2004 winner X Factor Steve Brookstein, who had a public spasm with the judges in the years following his appearance on the show, complained: "Louis Walsh said I looked like a serial killer. Sharon called me a fucking c ** t. Yes, so rather hard. "
"Disgusting": social media users were disgusted by the comments
Chiming in: While 2004 winner X Factor Steve Brookstein, who spat public with judges in the years following his appearance on the show, also discussed the comments. Yesterday's recent shows pulled back the curtain on how pop industry worked and then pressure they put the image of their artists. During the 2001 pop star, the "bad" Nigel Lythgoe famously called Kym Marsh "fat" to the camera after returning to the Hear & # 39; Say after Christmas rehearsals. Nigel, 69, said at the time: "Christmas may have ended but I see that the goose is still fat", before telling her to lose weight. Kym, 42, who has since been very successful as Michelle O'Connor in Coronation Street, discussed how she was left humiliated by the accident.
In the past: during the 2001 pop star, the "bad" Nigel Lythgoe famously called Kym Marsh "fat" to the camera after returning to the Hear & # 39; Say after Christmas rehearsals