Kate Nash has become the latest celebrity to criticise the morals of talent shows like The X Factor.
Speaking to The Observer, the 'Foundations' singer claimed that adults who watch the show and laugh at the worse contestants can't claim to be against bullying.
"We watch the grand finale of The X Factor, and we get all these rejected contestants coming on to sing – possibly people with a disability, certainly the elderly – and we all just sit and laugh at them," she said.
"Then we buy gossip magazines, slagging off celebrities for walking down the street looking human, saying, 'Urgh! Look how disgusting and gross they are! They're fat and they're ugly, or they're too thin, look at their wrinkles and their crow's feet'.
She continued: "None of the adults who buy into that can turn around to kids and say, 'Don't bully each other'."
The X Factor returns to ITV1 for its ninth season next month. Nash recently debuted a new single, 'Underestimate The Girl', which was written and recorded in a 24-hour period.
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