The Booze Brothers didn't impress

I’ve interviewed the biggest names in showbiz over the last five years.

A-listers like Rihanna, Cheryl Cole and Taylor Swift are, without fail, charming, engaging, trustworthy and polite.

And, without fail, it’s always D-listers who end up being rude, obnoxious, and arrogant.

Not that Frankie Cocozza and Kirk Norcross even qualify for the D-list.

At this rate, they’ll be lucky to make it onto any list in a year’s time.

My biggest disappointment was the fact that I had always stuck up for Frankie, even during his rock bottom days after he was booted off The X Factor after admitting to snorting a line of cocaine.

My view was that he is a 19-year-old who deserved to be given a chance.

But, as I saw him in action, on our shoot, it’s obvious to me he has no plans to make that second chance here’s been given by the public work for him.

Frankie doesn’t care who had his back. All he cares about is the next girl is going to sleep with.

He doesn’t care about whether he’s got a chance to get a record deal. All he cares about is the next girl is going to sleep with. You get the point.

Most telling was his answer when I asked him what he planned to do if a showbiz career didn’t work. ‘Sign on,’ he said without a moment of hesitation. And he means it.

When I Tweeted him after the shoot to let him know why I was annoyed, he simply replied: ‘Do one.’ How very depressing.

Kirk is a decent enough guy but he needs to cut loose the people who just want to tie him to Frankie in order to make him a quick buck.

And, girls, my advice if you’re considering becoming the 100th notch on Frankie‘s bedpost: DON’T!

He doesn’t just smell of desperation…