Well I hope Simon Cowell and his buddies are happy. They totally crushed any possibility of talent rising to the top (see what they did with Janet Devlin turning her from a real find with the voice of angel into a Red Headed travesty singing tunes that were specifically picked to ruin her chances.) At the same time they wanted to show how clever they were by taking 4 random and pretty talentless girls, and manufacturing them into what they perceive as stars. Despite all the hype that Simon Cowell's production crew generated, and the over the top marketing they indulged in, it just hasn't worked. This is hopeless tripe by "Little Fix" and the only good thing that may come out of it is the prospect that that the last time music was so hopelessly and cynically manipulated, the Punk movement was spawned. This then led to Brit Pop and some real talent emerged. If X Factor makes it back for another series, let us hope that the process of judges cobbling together groups and then shamelessly marketing them, will be banned.