Cheryl loses out to ‘Mel B’ in popularity poll
Scary beats Cheryl in Popularity Poll amidst rumours of back stage bust up
"amidst rumours of dressing room bust ups between Scary Spice ’Mel B’ and Cheryl Fernadez-Versini, popular syndicated Radio show carried out a poll of popularity between the two"
With Ben Hainow carrying off first prize in this years X-Factor in the UK, amidst rumours of dressing room bust ups between Scary Spice ‘Mel B’ and Cheryl Fernadez-Versini, popular syndicated Radio show carried out a poll of popularity between the two. Despite, Mel B occasionally being out of step with the public mood in the UK, during the X factor season it was she who topped the poll conducted by the Big H Radio Show taking 57% of votes caste.
The Poll ran for three weeks on the Radio Show site and Facebook. The Big H Radio Show burst onto the scene in 2006, on Global Radio 1 which at one time was hailed the ’net’s fastest growing radio station. It boasted three award winning DJs and award nominated Richard J Hannah. GR1 was sold off to a Chinese Media outlet in 2012, Hannah went to Global City Radio based out of Oxford and has just completed a 12 show 2014 season as a syndicated show and podcast. The show has over 40,000 followers and has a Facebook following.
“We ran the Poll for a giggle, we run one every week,” Hannah said. “I have to confess to not being a huge X Factor Fan, but I am pleased Ben won, it means that Andrea and Fleur will go on to have great careers. The winner usually has a single hit then sinks without trace. You don’t hear about Matt Mcardle, Shane Ward, Steve Brookstein et al, but you do know what One Direction, Olly Murs and Ellie Henderson are up to.” He was surprised at the polls result. “It seems that the shine has come of Cheryl during the X Factor Season, but good old Scary remains as popular as ever.”
You can download ’ The Big H Radio Show’ at thebighradioshow.com every Sunday night from 10PM.
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