Cheryl Cole’s `X Factor’ makes jail inmates give up TV

Inmates insist they would rather spend time on religious study

13th April 2010: Cheryl Cole has made Newcastle accent hot. The Geordie accent has been voted the UK’s ‘sexiest’, all because of style icon Cheryl Cole.

But, television reality show, `The X Factor’, judged by the British singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, model, and television personality, is not going down well with the inmates of a prison.

In 2008, Cole became a judge on the British reality television show `The X Factor’. Her judged programme has, in fact, made some Islamic inmates surrender their cell television sets. They just do not want to watch `The X Factor’.

The prisoners at HMP Long Lartin in Worcestershire are worried over distractions to their religious study because of `The X Factor’. The inmates insist they would rather spend time on religious study, than watch `The X Factor’ judged by Cheryl Cole.

The Daily Express quoted an inmate as saying the television sets are viewed as nothing more than a distraction to religious study.

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