Simon Cowell Snubs Steve Brookstein Over Greatest Hit Album

You would have thought the X Factor Greatest Hits Album Simon Cowell is bringing out to rake in even more money would have included the first ever winner on the X Factor, Steve Brookstein, but it seems Simon Cowell still holds a grudge against the man who stood up to him.

Steve Brookstein won the first ever X Factor under Simon Cowell way back in 2004, the days when the X Factor was a show to shout about and not the show it is today where it is beaten each week by a dancing show.

The first ever winner of the X Factor tweeted over the news that he did not make the X Factor Greatest Hit album:

“I’ve not made the X Factor Greatest Hits Album,” Brookstein tweeted. “Thanks for the 1st ever X Factor No1 and the 6 million votes. Just wasn’t enough I guess.”

Another X Factor winner who has been snubbed is Leon Jackson, if you are not sure who he was then he was the person who won the show in 2007, I know we were also shocked, nearly as shocked as James Arthur winning the show.

Not sure what Leon Jackson is doing now, but if you see him working in a kebab show somewhere or at your local McDonalds, ask him how he feels at not being included on the X Factor Greatest Hits album.

Leona Lewis who has helped Simon Cowell become even richer and One Direction as well as Olly Murs will all appear on the album.

The album will be released on the 25th November and will sure to reach the top ten, helping Simon Cowell to have enough money to buy his new baby nappies.

The full tracklist for The X Factor

Disc 1
1. Leona Lewis: ‘Bleeding Love’
2. One Direction: ‘What Makes You Beautiful’
3. Olly Murs ft. Rizzle Kicks: ‘Heart Skips A Beat’
4. JLS: ‘Beat Again’
5. Little Mix: ‘Wings’
6. Alexandra Burke ft. Flo Rida: ‘Bad Boys’
7. James Arthur: ‘Impossible’
8. Rebecca Ferguson: ‘Nothing’s Real But Love’
9. Joe McElderry: ‘The Climb’
10. Matt Cardle: ‘When We Collide’
11. Diana Vickers: ‘Once’
12. Amelia Lily: ‘You Bring Me Joy’
13. Shayne Ward: ‘No Promises’
14. Union J: ‘Carry You’
15. Misha B: ‘Do You Think Of Me’
16. Lucy Spraggan: ‘Last Night (Beer Fear)’
17. Cher Lloyd: ‘Swagger Jagger’

Disc 2
1. Olly Murs ft. Flo Rida: ‘Troublemaker’
2. JLS: ‘Everybody In Love’
3. One Direction: ‘Little Things’
4. Leona Lewis: ‘Run’
5. Little Mix: ‘Cannonball’
6. Alexandra Burke: ‘Hallelujah’
7. James Arthur: ‘You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You’
8. Shayne Ward: ‘That’s My Goal’
9. Cher Lloyd ft. Mike Posner: ‘With Ur Love’
10. Rebecca Ferguson: ‘Backtrack’
11. Marcus Collins: ‘Seven Nation Army’
12. Matt Cardle: ‘Run For Your Life’
13. Misha B: ‘Home Run’
14. Lucy Spraggan: ‘Lighthouse’
15. Aiden Grimshaw: ‘This Is Love’
16. Joe McElderry: ‘Ambitions’
17. Jahmene Douglas: ‘Titanium’

By Diane Walker