Follow my blog with Bloglovin Yes, I’m back on the TV show topic. We love reality TV shows. Time for us to sit on our sofa (in the case of X Factor and I’m a Celeb) and decide the fate of others on TV. We are given the ability to control the way that the programmes operate or at least seek entertainment through others. But in the few past weeks, we’ve been hit with allegations of fixing behind I’m a Celebrity, The X Factor and The Apprentice. Three of the biggest shows in the U.K. Calendar. Within a short space of time, all three shows have been accused of fixings. X Factor’s Honey G being joined onstage by a ‘stranger’, Nick Hewer’s so called ‘revelations’ about The Apprentice and fixing fears behind the I’m a Celebrity trials joined with claims that Scarlett is receiving more Air time. So let’s look at each show: 1. X Factor The X Factor has been running since 2004 and I doubt it will be much of a surprise to anyone that it has ended up on this post. In its 12 years of broadcasting, X Factor has been hit with regular accusations that it is fixed. This hasn’t stopped this year. Especially with new ‘sensation’ Honey G. This weekend, Honey G was joined on stage by a random man who was then removed by security. I didn’t watch the show, instead I saw it unfold over Twitter and came across this video which made me reconsider…

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