Triple Trouble (1918)
We don’t want to give too much away about the incident, however we can tell you that the 19 year old singer (we struggle to call him that, because he really hasn’t got a note in his head) from North London has been featured on the ITV show before.
He appeared on the 2009 series as one third of hopeful group ‘Triple Trouble‘ and was agressive even then, throwing his mic on the ground and telling Simon Cowell to ‘shut up’ when he told him how rubbish they were.
Without giving too much away about Saturday night’s show, we can tell you that no, George has not got any more
Simon Cowell may no longer be a judge but the recipe for ITV1's The X Factor remains resolutely familiar – ordinary looking singers with extraordinary voices and ambitious wannabes who turn out to have no talent at all.
ITV looked to fill the Cowell-shaped hole at the heart of its most popular and important programme with as much vajazzle as it could muster at the launch of the new series on Wednesday.
Some of it worked – Cowell's replacement Gary Barlow looked a natural in his role as the show's "Mr Nasty" alongside fellow new judges, Destiny's Child star Kelly Rowland and N-Dubz's Tulisa Contostavlos. Cheryl? Dannii who?
But other aspects of the launch at London's O2 Arena, in front of the press and around 600 fans complete with a "red carpet" arrival by the judges, did not go entirely to plan.
Stars Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson and Zach Galifianakis appear silent and sunglasses-clad while Beastie Boys' "Triple Trouble" plays in the background. (It's Season 3 and there are three of them... Get it?)
The new run picks up where the last left off, with the three still collaborating on Jonathan's (Jason) freelance detective work and George embarking on a new life after leaving his editor gig at "Edition." Also on tap this season are guest appearances from Casey Wilson, Danson's wife Mary Steenburgen and a slew of others.
Suffice it to say, we're much more psyched for another round of "Bored to Death" than Danson's somewhat baffling addition to "CSI."
Here's what you expect to see from this week through December 21:
Hard Edge Mix Pack (available starting today, November 30):
• Pixies - "Debaser" Mixed With The Prodigy — "Invaders Must Die"
• Beastie Boys — "Body Movin'" Mixed With Lenny Kravitz "Rock And Roll Is Dead"
Old Skool Mix Pack (available December 14):
• Fat Boys — "Human Beat Box" Mixed With Mantronix — "King of the Beats"
• Tag Team — "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Mixed With 45 King— "The 900 Number"
• Beastie Boys — "Triple Trouble" Mixed
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