Former finalists on The Voice UK Bo Bruce has been dropped by her record label.
Arguably one of the more promising hopes of a successful act from the BBC One series, Bo's album hit the top 10 earlier this year.
But Bo - who made the final of the first series in 2012 - revealed today how her record label refused to promote her after the record was out and then went against her wishes with a new single release.
“I’d been fighting with my record label after they didn’t bother doing any promo for my last single Alive and then they tried to put out another single without any back-up," Bo explained at the weekend.
She told the The Sun newspaper: “So I put a stop to it going out, pulled the video and said that it is not being released if you won’t work for me properly.
“I have no idea how I lasted so long without anyone championing me.”
A supposed "source" took the chance to take a swipe at the BBC One show, saying: “X Factor have a history of supporting their talent and helping them.
“But Bo failed to hear anything from BBC producers after the show finished.”
Of course, The X Factor has had far more flops than successes, with only two of the nine winners still signed to Simon Cowell's Syco record label.