Pink impersonator attacks X Factor judges
Tue June 26, 2012 4:15pm
DON'T call the world's premier P!nk impersonator average. Because the world's premier P!nk impersonator didn't get to be the world's premier P!nk impersonator by settling for average.
And don't get her to sing non-P!nk songs either. Because if you do, she'll burn your funhouse down, down, down with a lot of swearing and shoving.
Welsh singer Zoe Alexander, 22, failed to impress the judges of the UK X Factor when she auditioned for a spot on the show with P!nk's hit So What.
The panel didn't think her tribute act had legs so gave her the chance to audition again, this time with Emeli Sandé's Next To Me.
When judge Gary Barlow asked her to stop mid-way through her performance - which was in front a 2000-strong crowd - and told her she was “average” she went berserk.
She swore at the panel, threw down her mic and stormed off the stage screaming. She then came back with her father, a Tom Jones impersonator, and continued to have spray at the judges.
She then pushed a cameraman and shoved a producer, all nicely caught on camera, because the world's premier P!nk impersonator singing P!nk songs may not be good TV but the world's premier P!nk impersonator in meltdown is gold.
Zoe told The Sun she was "set up" by the producers.
She said last night: "I lost it and said they were a bunch of c****. I want to apologise for my language. I’m a little girl from Caerphilly in South Wales, I don’t normally talk like that."