Farewell, dearest Katie
We loved the Waissel, and wait with bated breath for her West End debut.
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Someone who hadn't seen the show in the office (don't worry, we just gave them a verbal warning) said "I heard she had a really dignified exit". True, she didn't sing. She'd already clocked up more stage time than any other X Factor contestant from continually turning up in the bottom two, which means she has an album ready to roll now. It should be called "My exit music, please" - which reminds us, get her a role in Chicago, pronto. She's a right Roxie Hart if ever we saw one.
Her King of The Swingers is what we want her to be remembered for. We're even thinking of going to G-A-Y just to see her, if she promises to do this...
Katie, we love you and all your fake multiple personalities. See you soon,