"To all those dreamers and wannabes who may somewhat foolishly believe in the integrity of shows like The X Factor and Britain's Got Talent: A producer from BGT just called me to ask if Jon Gomm would like to take part in the show. I happen to know for a fact that the open auditions took place months ago and there are anxious hopefuls all over the country waiting for their phones to ring to see if they've made it to the TV stage of the audition process. In the meantime, producers are calling musicians who have shown zero interest in appearing on the show to invite them to take part and groom them for victory. As a long time loather of all reality/talent shows I told them where to shove it in no uncertain terms. These programmes are exploitative bollocks. Don't believe the bullshit people. Simon Cowell can kiss my ass."
- Centurion Research SolutionsResearch Analyst, 7 - present
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