Going home: Misha B leaves rehearsals and heads back to the X Factor house
Kelly Rowland has showed exactly who the boss is after getting tough with her star act.
The former Destiny’s Child singer is allegedly threatening to kick Misha B out of the singing competition after the singer slated a number of the production staff.
According to reports Misha B has been berating X Factor workers and vocal coach Anne-Marie Speed.
The 19-year-old has apparently been acting arrogant since becoming a show favourite last week and Kelly has had to put her back in her place.
A source told The Sun: ‘Misha is out of control and Kelly just snapped. She told her that unless she packs it in, she’ll be sent packing herself.’
Crew on X Factor have reportedly nicknamed Misha B ‘the diva from hell’ and claim that the young singer and rapper has told people that she has ‘already won’ the show.
The source added: ‘Kelly is a lovely woman but when the s*** hits the fan she gets tough – and she got very tough with Misha.’
The 30-year-old mentor then allegedly made the Manchester pop-wannabe say sorry to everyone on set.
Meanwhile all the X Factor finalists gathered this week to record a cover version of Rose Royce’s 1978 hit Wishing on a Star.
Sweet music: Frankie Cocozza records the charity single
All 16 original acts recorded the song in London ahead of its release next month in support of ACT and Children’s Hospices UK.
X Factor mogul Simon Cowell said he had worked closely with the charity, adding that having seen ‘the amazing work they do for kids and their families who need help and support, I am thrilled that the X Factor charity single this year will benefit this charity’.
Finalist Frankie Cocozza said it was ‘a brilliant thing to be doing for a brilliant charity’. And Kitty Brucknell said: ‘It’s incredible to be able to give something back and hopefully help a lot of people.’
Top cat: Kelly Rowland on last weekend’s X Factor