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Flack

(flak),
Martin W., British physiologist, 1882-1931. See: Flack node, Keith and Flack node.
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Pals say their bust-up happened after Murs grew tired of Flack pushing the romance angle when there was nothing between them, while she is bitter at taking more blame for the X Factor blunder.
The band was the warm-up act for Girls Aloud and we also had a single out and a music video called 'Do It Again'," Flack recalls.
In a statement Mr Flack, whose salary last year was PS123,000, said he had decided to leave "after a great deal of reflection.
Flack, 37, and Olly Murs replaced the ITV show's long-time host Dermot O'Leary in 2015 but both she and Murs announced they would not return after just one series.
Flack is said to be reporting to Guenter Butschek, CEO Tata Motors.
The companies are merging their stock into one company called metal service centre Flack Global Metals.
Flack will retain his position as CEO of Flack Global Metals, and Greg Underwood will join the company as executive vice president.
The 29 members of the class of 2016 include April Allen, Chase Baker, Chelsea Ball, Dominick Barrett, Serena Blaine, Ti-Shawn-Nik Bowen, Daniel Cano, Brenson Chrisman, Tiffany DeVault, Carolyn Dodge, Kyla Flack, Rosario Guitron, Jacob Hanlon, Sara Hugill, Dacoda Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Caleb Lowery, Austin Moe, Damian Morrison-Polier, Koby Ogan, Kole Powell, Ace Pugh, Shoeshone Rice, Shawn Richardson, Justin Schnelle, Dustin Slabaugh, Jaci Standley, Kristen Tangen and Amber Wilson.
OLLY Murs and Caroline Flack are under fire from viewers after a lacklustre start to their new jobs as X Factor presenters.
SHOWBIZ Murs and Flack | X Factor: Olly would take Flack OLLY Murs has revealed he told Simon Cowell he would only think about replacing Dermot O'Leary as host of The X Factor if Caroline Flack joined him on the show.