Bruce Forsyth And Louis Walsh Still Breeding Bad BloodDecember 6th, 2010 - 8:11 pm ICT by GD
By Meena Kar
Dec 6, (THAINDIAN NEWS) If females love getting indulged in cat fights, then it seems that even men are not way behind. This was proved, when the two oldies, Louis Walsh (58) and Bruce Forsyth (82) had a war of words over the silliest reason possible. “Strictly Come Dancing” host Bruce Forsyth, recently called X Factor judge Louis Walsh, as ‘a jumped-up karaoke judge’.
Bruce Forsyth attacked Louis Walsh in front of the studio audiences on Monday, while he was filming for the “Strictly Christmas Special” in London. He also said that Simon Cowell’s talent show is ‘a fireworks display with singers’. Fortunately, the camera stopped rolling and therefore the television audiences were able to get the footage of their silly war. However, reports say that the veteran has alleged Louis Walsh, for saying inauspicious things about him before. According to his allegation Louis Walsh said that Bruce Forsyth should have been dead by now just because he is 82. He simply could not accept that comment from a “jumped-up karaoke judge”.
However, two days ago, Louis Walsh also retaliated back to the comment and said that his reaction proves that he has lost his touch with the audiences and therefore he should retire now. According to him, Bruce Forsyth’s comments are the signs of his old age, and therefore it is high time that he should leave the television gracefully and sit on his couch in his own residence and drink Horlicks. He also said that Bruce Forsyth is too old for the modern entertainment and belongs to a different era. Therefore having him on TV is no more a wise option. Now one has to wonder, is 58 year a very young age for the “modern entertainment”?
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