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Guy Sebastian didn't hide his disgust after Australia chose an ABBA song for 14-year-old Amalia Foy to perform on Sunday night's X Factor Australia episode, saying it was too cheesy for the 'cool' teen.

The show is produced by Fremantle Media's Thames (previously Talkback Thames) and Cowell's production company Syco TV.

It is broadcast on the ITV network in the UK and simulcast on TV3 in Ireland.

Katie was once more at the centre of controversy after saying the N-word twice during an appearance on This Morning.

Katie had popped in to chat to Holly and Phil about the online abuse her disabled son Harvey has received.