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A source closer to the boxer told Mail Online: 'He literally has no idea who she is. Anthony doesn't watch TV, so he wasn't aware she is on Geordie Shore.'She claimed their dalliance began when they met at a boxing event but she was left feeling dejected when it was last month that he was the father of a secret child with on/off girlfriend Nicole Osbourne. Chantelle claimed the pair met at a boxing event where he allegedly asked for her number and was later disappointed to learn that he had fathered a son with his on/off girlfriend Nicole Osbourne Chantelle - who has caused several arguments in the Geordie Shore house for dalliances with Scotty T and Aaron Chalmers - added that she initially had to win over the heavyweight boxer, who was allegedly told not to trust her.
It's going to be a tight race, and I have to say I can see several singers from this group ending up with the Idol title.
will name its season 10 semifinalists this week, which means it could be our last opportunity to wave a fan flag for under-the-radar contestants like the White House Intern or the hot, bearded guy who sang “Maggie May” in Nashville.
I’m guessing we’ll still be pondering at least one — if not more — of these burning questions even after Lauren Alaina hops aboard the bus for the Idol Summer Tour. Heck, even Ryan Seacrest couldn’t help but point out the inherent cruelty of the one-night-only semifinal format. (For what it’s worth, I was far less troubled by this question after watching the men’s performances on Tuesday.) Anyhow, considering that the voting public can only catapult five of the 12 female hopefuls into the season 10 finals — which will also include five male singers, and a still unknown number of judges’ wild card picks — let’s start by going backwards and crossing off the three women whose dreams were shattered with all the dignity of a crash-test dummy hurtling through a windshield. The sudden appearance of a dash in your first name (making a “ta-ta, Ta-Tynisa” joke all too tempting)?
The fact that you submitted to the styling team’s sudden obsession with tulle petticoats?
So baby lock them doors and turn the lights down low, our leaderboard’s done and it’s all good to go… 19) Devastating package about his fiancee’s tragic accident and subsequent brain injury made him a household name, but all three Hollywood Week performances were mediocre at best — particularly his lethargic, breathy “My Prerogative.” Screen-time edge over competition won’t be enough. Subsequent rendition of “Georgia on My Mind” was overwrought in the extreme. Da’Quela Payne (new this week) Showcased a muscular instrument on an a capella rendition of “Get Ready” (alongside Naima Adedapo and Jacob Lusk). 17) Dyed-in-the-homegrown-wool cowboy melted viewers’ hearts in the auditions, but a minuscule snippet of his group performance sounded rough, and his followup take on Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” didn’t exactly ooze star power. Murky editing of her group-round rendition of “Grenade” made it seem like the judge weren’t thrilled with her, but I thought the kid sounded better than all right. So how come Uncle Nigel’s kept him locked in the Idol basement ever since? Jalen Harris (new this week) Showcased a strong, clear voice on “Somebody to Love” as part of the much ballyhooed “The Minors” on Group Day. 12) Gorgeous gal didn’t miss a note — musically or fashion-wise — at the San Francisco audition, causing J.