Louis Walsh was interviewed during the week and had a few nasty comments to make about Jedward.
The Mayo man was talking to Woman's Own magazine and was asked what was the most embarrassing moment of his career.
Louis replied: "Working with Jedward and putting them through on The X Factor.
"I'm definitely not in touch with them anymore," he added.
However, John and Edward were at the launch of the Diana Award Anti-Bullying campaign yesterday, and they told Goss.ie that they had "survived" bullying in the past from a certain "ex-manager."
"I think me and John out of anybody, we're like survivors from negative press or bullying or ex-managers," Edward said.
"We are always striving forward, he'll be in the old people's home soon so it's all good."
Kendall Jenner is apparently changing the face of fashion as we know it. Well, according to fashion magazine, Dazed, anyway!
The stunning 19-year-old brunette posed for the magazine’s latest cover and decided to open up about the bullying that’s apparently taking place behind the scenes at every fashion show she's involved in.
Fortunately, recent reports that Kendall has gotten on the wrong side of fellow models couldn’t be further from the truth. Commenting on the rumours, Kylie’s big sister said: “I would hear rumours of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened." Phew!
The younger sister of Internet Breaker, Kim, actually went on to stress just how nice everyone has been since she joined the world of runways and catwalks, saying: “Everyone’s been really cool to me. I’ve never had one girl be mean… so far.” Ooh, do we detect a little concern in Kendall’s response? We hope not!
If Kendall was experiencing backlash from other models, we’re sure her outspoken and protective family would have something to say on the matter! Kendall reveals that their support is unwavering, saying: “Every show, no matter how many shows I’ve done, I get a text message from every single one of them…I love it!”
This is one of the most powerful videos we have ever seen.
Not only are the visuals genius and vibrant, the video, by Shane Koyczan, expresses the pain and hurt evoked by people who are subjected to bullying.
Watch this video to be awe-inspired whilst watching an impressive work of motion art at the same time.
Long gone are the days when all a teen had to worry about was hiding their diary under their mattress.
A new study has revealed that the majority of parents regularly check their children’s online activity, despite how guilty it makes them feel.
Internet safety firm, BullGuard, conducted a survey of 2,000 parents and found that six out of 10 mums and dads read their youngsters’ emails, texts and Facebook messages.
Despite feeling guilty, parents are saying that this snooping is necessary in order to keep a close eye on their kids.
20% of parents say they’ve been “shocked” by the content they found in their child’s text messages or Facebook accounts, with 17% intervening after a child was threatened online.
Suddenly our penned crushes on the boy down the road don’t seem so scandalous, do they, mum?