Tory MP slams The X Factor for hiring "poor role model" Tulisa Contosatavlos as a judge!

Tulisa Contostavlos

Tory MP Nadine Dorries has slammed The X Factor for hiring Tulisa Contostavlos as a judge on this year's show, saying the 23-year-old "falls way short of the mark" of what a good role model should be! The comments come after Tulisa admitted in a recent interview to losing her virginity at 14.

The youngster even said she was "lucky" to lose it such a young age, adding also how she smoked weed, took part in underage drinking and shoplifted.

Tulisa said: "I smoked weed when I was a kid and got into fights. We did pinch a couple of handbags. I wasn’t part of a girl gang, though. We were just a group of troublesome chicks. Obviously, we were consuming so much weed and alcohol, we were going loopy anyway.”

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Nadine Dorries however wasn't impressed by Tulisa's revelations, moaning in the Daily Mail (of course): "Providing strong mentors who young, impressionable people can look up to should be what X Factor is and what it’s about."

(And here we thought it was a singing contest)

Dorries continued to complain: "The choice of Tulisa, unfortunately falls way short of the mark."

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