But Gazza apologised, and we all got over it – all of us except Tulisa, that is, as, according to Louis Walsh, the judges are still quarreling over the incident.
Talking to ITV1’s X Factor website, loud mouth Louis said: "They're pretending to be best friends but I know it's not 100% yet.
"It's going to take time for their friendship to get back where it was. I won't be intervening. Tulisa is very much her own woman and doesn't need me to fight her battles."
Feisty Tulisa doesn’t seem like one to back down without a fight, but is Louis just saying this to distract from his own feud with King Barlow from the first week of live shows?
Tulisa may not be over Gazza Bazza’s live-on-national-TV insult, but it’s not deterring her from her stinky habit, as rumours have arisen this week that she’s in trouble for smoking and partying in her X Factor dressing room. Naughty!
In the same interview, Louis – the man behind Westlife - said of contestant James Arthur, “I don’t think he’s commercial enough.” He really needs to get on Sugarscape and update himself.