I doubt this book has the X Factor
WE have got used to the normal stream of autobiographies being trotted out at Christmas.
Roy Keane, a footballer, Rio Ferdinand, another footballer, Ian Poulter, a golfer, Brian O'Driscoll, a rugby player, Mary Berry, a cook.
But the latest takes the biscuit.
Dermot O'Leary, who introduces the acts in the X Factor, has "written" his life story to date.
Could someone explain to me why there is something so interesting about his life that the rest of us should want to read about it?