Rylan eyeing club hits album and TV work

Braintree and Witham Times: Rylan on Saturday's X Factor Rylan on Saturday's X Factor

RYLAN Clark has said he still wants to be a singer and release “club hits”.

Talking on breakfast TV show Daybreak and later, Lorraine, Stanford-le-Hope's Rylan - voted off the X Factor last weekend - said: “I would love to do TV stuff, that would be a great opportunity.

"But I went on X Factor because I want to be a singer and I do want to release tracks.”

He added: “The first thing I’m doing is going home to see my mum. But this week, I’m just going to see what’s there.

"If people want me for stuff, I would love to be there.

“But if it was to all end in the morning, I’ve got the best memories of it.”

Rylan called the X Factor experience the best of his life, adding: “If I had won it, I don’t think there would have been an X Factor next year.

"It would have put a lot of people out of a job.”

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3:32pm Thu 29 Nov 12

Thurrockbob says...

Bless him, he do love a joke don't he!
Bless him, he do love a joke don't he! Thurrockbob

4:00pm Thu 29 Nov 12

rogwj says...

Quite right, Bob. These quotes from this so-called entertainer say a lot about the person. A big joke. At least in trying out all of the other ideas he has, he will not spoil the chances of success of genuinely good singers as he did by just being on X Factor.
Quite right, Bob. These quotes from this so-called entertainer say a lot about the person. A big joke. At least in trying out all of the other ideas he has, he will not spoil the chances of success of genuinely good singers as he did by just being on X Factor. rogwj

4:11pm Thu 29 Nov 12

DannyButcher says...

Please Thurrock Gazette, enough now!
Please Thurrock Gazette, enough now! DannyButcher

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