Which X Factor judge has been warned to behave?

Which X Factor judge has been warned to behave?

Did you really have to check? well its not Louis so of course its Mel B.

Mel B has been warned to behave while filming 'The X Factor' in Cancun, Mexico.

Which X Factor judge has been warned to behave?

The former Spice Girl is being flown to the boozy tourist capital for the Judges Houses' round of this year's competition and show bosses fear the party-loving judge may lead her contestants astray.

"Bosses have decided to send ‘Scary Spice’ to Cancun. She loves a good party and Cancun certainly has that reputation. But her contestants will be told they must behave themselves before they get on their on their flight - and Mel too, of course." a source told The Sun newspaper.

From watching Mel B as a judge on the Australian X Factor we are in for a treat. Here’s a reminder ‘grumpy’ Mel B as a guest judge on the UK X Factor in 2012.

Meanwhile, newly married Cheryl Fernandez-Versini - who secretly wed French restaurant owner Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini earlier this month is expected to be whisked off to Nice in the south of France with her contestants - where her new husband is from.

It's not yet known where returning head judge Simon Cowell or Louis Walsh will film their Judges' Houses segments. Producers are said to be considering Bermuda, a popular holiday destination for billionaires, and maybe a castle in Ireland for Louis again?

'The X Factor' is set to undergo a radical overhaul this year in a bid to boost ratings. Bosses have reportedly axed the controversial flash vote gimmick from the live shows and are even considering bringing in a surprise fifth judge.

Who’s looking forward to the new season?

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