Sober x said:2ndCenturyBoy said:Lisjak101 said:If somebody needs a rabid and desperate twitter campaign to get a record deal then I think we can safely assume that it's not going to happen for them.
Happened to Lily Allen, Justin Bieber (eurgh) and Arnel Pineda (new lead singer of Journey) quite a few people are discovered by some form of social networking, if its YouTube Facebook MySpace or Twitter etc.
Lily and Justin did not have petitions to get signed or even any sort of campaign... They got signed because Lily was really popular on Myspace and Justin on YouTube, it's a bit different to a 'campaign' to get someone a deal.
He'd be better off posting videos on YouTube and working his way up rather than this, it just reeks of desperation even if he didn't start it. He's been given a good platform but this is the wrong way to try and further his career.
You talk as if he has had something to do with it though - even a few X Factor people have tweeted their support, nothing wrong with it at all.