Matt Stevens on Celebrity X Factor

Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by Boy, May 29, 2006.

  1. Boy

    Boy Guest


    Good luck to Matt, and even if he doesn't win hopefully he'll be able to plant one on that utter c*** Moyles.
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  3. harrison2468

    harrison2468 Guest

    He was pretty good actually, but Moyles will win, just because he has such a big fan base already behind him.
  4. Boy

    Boy Guest

    I think Matt suprised a lot of people last night with his rendition of Mack The Knife. He's clearly the best singer in the whole competition, but as it's a popularity contest, Matt's pretty unknown to the general public and Chris Moyles has a daily audience of millions to vote for him, he's not going to win.

    Certainly did himself prouf though. Not sure about having both Tindall and Dawson in the crowd though...
  5. harrison2468

    harrison2468 Guest

    Trubdle and Phillips in the audience made me laugh, hopefully he becomes a permanent memeber of a television crowd, and never has to play for England again.

    Oh, and does Dawson ever get off the TV? I saw him the over day on some BBC quiz, with Ian Beal and that lesbian comedian. I think he won as well.
  6. Black-Monday

    Black-Monday Guest

    I saw that, the school's out program with that Danny Bloke Presenting. They ask year 9 level questions and Dawson wasn't too bad. Giedroych was shocking and was beal. True, I may have seen alot of Dawson on telly.

  7. Boy

    Boy Guest

    Doesn't sound like anyone really won with that list of attendees.
  8. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    He deserves to be shot.

    I know its for charity but he could do something different.

    * Please don't take this as me going on about England or their rugby side, cos i'm not. I just hate this X Factor, Pop idol bullsh!t. He should of done something like soccer aid *
  9. I actually quite enjoy X Factor. It's amusing.
  10. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    he should be shot because hes english

    im joking of course, its a good cause and best of luck to him... after all it was him who instergated the rendition of bread of heaven on the lions tour.
  11. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Can you honestly imagine an 18 1/2 stone prop playing footall? Even Alfie looked tired on Sunday, and he's used to running instead of eating pies.
  12. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    I wasn't on about as a player, as a goal eater......I mean goal keeper.
  13. Boy

    Boy Guest

    He was given the chance to raise money for a charity that is very personal to him, so what's so wrong about him singing? It doesn't really matter what it is he's doing, surely. I doubt he was given the choice of which show to go on.

    If you don't like the show, don't watch or vote, but he's doing really well and according to the poll on Moyles show today of 4000 people, Matt came out on top.

    To be honest though, seeing as the text or call costs 50p, the charities are only getting 10p of that. Even with the system costs, the producers are making a huge amount which should be given to charity. Soccer Aid managed to give 27p of every 50p to UNICEF.
  14. robbinho

    robbinho Guest

    S*ccer Aid might have raised a lot of money, and credit to it for that, but the end with the medals, fireworks and having a cup was the most self-indulgent pile of **** I have seen in long time. Any that nobody who lives on Williams' coattails dedicating his goal to his daughter and saying 'that's what it's all about' just shows it was a jolly and nothing else. Wankers.
  15. Boy

    Boy Guest

    Videos of Matt's first two performances, courtesy of the magic of youtube.

    Mack The Knife

  16. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    It's no wonder UNICEF only got 27p out of every 50 then.
  17. More than X Factor when only 10p is dedicated.
  18. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    That what I hate about celebrities & famous sport people, they do anything to raise money for charity, but they won't dip into their own pockets.

    Just thought that Matt should of waited till something different came up or better still dip into his own pocket, so he don't waste his free time looking like an ass on t.v.
  19. Boy

    Boy Guest

    So you think he should have turned down the chance to raise money for a cause he believes in?

    What are you talking about 'he should dip into his own pocket'? If someone runs a marathon and raises money in sponsorship, would you turn around and say, 'well, they should give some money themselves' instead? You're criticising him for giving up his free time, which in fact not enough people are willing to do.

    This sort of show is ideal for Matt. He's well known around the Bath area for singing in clubs in town most weeks. What would be a better thing for him to do? Go on Celebrity Big Brother and sit on a sofa for three weeks with cameras on him? He's not a famous guy, and for most people who aren't interested in rugby, they will never have heard of him before this.

    He's doing himself proud, and is acting as a great ambassador for the game.

    If only he'd win Heat magazine's Best Abs or CDUK's Best Haircut, or maybe he could start humping a chubby popstar. Then we could really be proud of him.
  20. gjohn85

    gjohn85 Guest

    Fair comments there Boy.
    What I was trying to say is that it annoys me when you see charity shows where they got celebs on tele, begging us to donate money, where they got so much money, they dunno what to do with the money.

    I do agree with you Boy, but I think its just me seeing him portraying rugby in as bad light. When I think of rugby, I think of a physical masculine sport & then seeing a rugby player, espeially a prop...singing which makes me think of gay, dunno why, that just me I guess. :huh: :unsure:

    Anyway I wish Matt the best of luck & hopes he does more for his charity, as long as it doesn't involve any more singing :p
  21. Boy

    Boy Guest

    I know what you mean, people like Geldoff or Bono (who had his jet fly from Italy to Dublin at a cost of £2000 to pick up his favourite hat which he wanted for a gig in aid of poverty). But, I don't really think you can lump Matt in the same category.

    Singing as always been a part of rugby. It's an essential part of the camaraderie, like the '74 Lions arriving for one of the Tests and not one of them moving from the bus until they had finished Flower of Scotland. It's not like he's singing It's Raining Men or YMCA.

    Not that there's anything wrong with that...
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