It is astounding, but there are still large groups of the population that still believe that The X Factor is some kind of singing competition, crazy huh?
The rest of us have known the truth for years and are smugly laughing at them.
The fact that someone who could sing was beaten by someone that couldn't has forced many to have suddenly realised this truth.
It puts me in mind of the infamous "Viennagate" of 1981 when groundbreaking British electronic band Ultravox released the single "Vienna". This spent 4 consecutive weeks at number 2 in the charts. For the first week it was kept from the number one spot by John Lennon's dirge "Woman" but then instead of taking it's rightful place at the top of the charts it was usurped by the mildly racist Australian Joe Dolce and his hilarious "Shad up a you face".
It was at this point that most of us (the smug ones laughing etc) came to the realisation that it wasn't always the most talented or creative that succeed in the "entertainment" industry.
Now the time has come for many to "take the red pill" make that short step into reality and accept the fact that The X Factor is a sham of a show, designed purely to make money. X Factor creates (very successfully) a false reality where everybody EVERBODY believes that this show matters, that it is a valid and worthy route into the music business.
If last weeks show wasn't enough, and it won't be, to convince people otherwise then the best thing to do is to do all we folk who know (the smug, yes?) must vote to kepp Jedwood in. Not only that but persuade everyone else to do the same. Slip it into conversation, write about it, mention it in every email you send, every tweet you tweet, we must with every fibre on our being convince the planet to VOTE FOR JEDWOOD.
I believe that if we achieve our aim (it's ours now yes?) Jedwood will not only make the final but win the bally thing!!
Then perhaps the rest of blue pill population (the mugs?) will realise and perhaps just grow up a bit.