Tulisa: X Factor rows stop with cameras
Tulisa Contostavlos insists the 'X Factor' judges don't take their rows backstage, though she admits she and Kelly Rowland didn't always get along
Tulisa Contostavlos insists the 'X Factor' judges don't take their rows backstage.
The 'Young' singer - who is mentoring the Girls this year - admits emotions often run high on the show but all arguments are forgotten when the cameras stop as it is unnecessary to let tension continue afterwards.
She said: "Everyone gets really competitive and all morals go out the window for some people.
"If we have an argument on the panel, when I come off Gary Barlow will say, 'You alright?' and we just grin at each other. You don't need to bring it backstage."
However, Tulisa - who accused Misha B of bullying some of the other acts during last year's live shows - admits she and Kelly Rowland, who departed the programme after one series, did let their tension continue backstage, but the rows didn't upset her.
She added to the new issue of We Love Pop magazine: "Obviously with me and Kelly, there were time when it went backstage and we wouldn't talk, which was unfortunate. It didn't bother me though."