'it Was Like A Cruise Ship Version': Nicole Scherzinger And Sharon Osbourne Clash Over Sam Bailey's X Factor Performance

Louis said: What kind of cruise ship have you been on? When it came to Sharons turn to comment on her contestants performance, she was devoted to opposing Nicoles view. Oops: Nicole said Sam Bailey's production was 'like a cruise ship' Angry lady: Sharon was livid about Nicole's comments to Sam Bailey, her final contestant She said: You went out of your comfort zone, and you did great movements. I think the cruise ship you saw her on was called The 02 arena. Gary agreed with Sharon, saying: You know, Sam, I always had you pencilled down as just the big ballad singer but look at you now owning it! <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2516179/It-like-cruise-ship-version-Nicole-Scherzinger-Sharon-Osbourne-clash-Sam-Baileys-X-Factor-performance.html

Venice moves into cruise control

In September protestors jumped into the water and managed to delay several ships from sailing up the Giudecca canal while others clashed with riot police on the banks. The new regulations will mean that only five cruise liners will be able to sit in the port at any one time, while they will be unable to move between sunrise and sunset. Recruits prepare for ocean race endeavour Steering a timeless classic Shipwrecked in a tropical storm "Finally the trend towards gigantic ships in the lagoon has been turned around," the mayor of Venice, Giorgio Orsoni, said in a statement to the media. "We've had enough of these mega cruise ships just meters away from San Marco, from now on there will be clear limits on the size of ships that can enter Venice." While liners can currently move to within 300 meters of St Mark's Square and experience the view in all its glory, the cruise industry has been supportive of the new regulations. In a statement given to CNN by CLIA, the Cruise Lines International Association Europe , the organization stated its commitment to finding a "sustainable and long-term solution" for the city of Venice. It read: "CLIA views the outcome of the meeting that took place last week in Rome as a positive on-going commitment of the representatives of the Italian Institutions to find a sustainable and long term solution for the city of Venice. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/22/sport/venice-cruise-ships-protests-ban/index.html

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