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“It was all getting me down and the guy I was writing with suggested I put down my emotions, not in an artistic way, more like a diary.I was astonished at the huge reaction the letter generated.” Today, Lewis, who turned 30 in April, has a new single (Fire Under My Feet) and album (I Am) on a new label (Island Records) to promote.It may have lacked the polish of her song lyrics, but it was heartfelt – alarmingly so. The emotions I’ve felt have been more powerful, in both a positive and negative way, than any time I’ve ever felt in my life,” she wrote.“At some points I felt extremely depressed and other times experienced amazing highs, but it got to a place where the downs were outweighing the ups.According to The Mirror, this left a bitter taste in Nicole's mouth, and the pair had a blazing argument on Friday night - on the eve of Saturday's show.We can't believe The X-Factor is nearly over... It's been a great series and we've loved Nicole Scherzinger's hilarious antics behind the judges' desk, as well as her always killer style. Nicole has worn labels like Julien Macdonald, Stephane Rolland, Osman and Barbara Bui and she went all out tonight in this truly showstopping gown by Yousef Aljasmi.
contestant who made it to Boot Camp this series has criticised treatment from the show during the audition process, claiming that he was "treated like an animal".Simon Gross – familiar to reality TV fans after a stint on that he was unhappy with his experience behind the scenes."I was waiting for 12 hours to audition, and I didn't eat anything or drink anything and you're in a hot room all day," he said. spokesperson told Digital Spy: "We work hard to ensure all contestants' needs are met and kept as comfortable as possible during all stages of filming."Contestants are welcome to take breaks and leave the holding room in between filming as well as being provided with water and being made aware as to where food is available."Right now, we're midway through the Six Chair Challenge stage of the competition, which puts the judges to the test to see who they want to keep in their categories ahead of Judges' Houses.