Tulisa and Louis Walsh seem unfazed by Gary marching out. The girl to the right of this shot? Yup, she's shocked to her very core.
What about you, are you Team Louis, or Team GB? And also, when did Gary get so tall?
Cher Lloyd, 19, stormed off the stage at V Festival in Chelmsford earlier in 2012 when a member of the crowd threw a wee missile at her.
Ever the professional, Cher soon returned to the stage but added: “It's not nice having bottles of p**s chucked at you”.
Wash your mouth out young lady! Hang on, not with that water. NOT WITH THAT WATER! Oh cripes…
Not one to do things by halves, Demi (chortle) Lovato and Britney Spears have brought a touch of controversy to X Factor USA too – by storming off the set at the Greensboro auditions (us neither).
After an X Factor hopeful botched up You Drive Me Crazy (oh hello irony) Britney Spears took the song literally, and walked off.
She says: “I was following [Demi]. I was taking her lead. She was like, 'Let's go!' And I was like, 'Okay.' It was our dinner break, anyway. I usually can't look when they're bad."
In turn Demi has said of the incident: "I was really uncomfortable because I was like, 'Oh my gosh, he's on the floor crying because he thinks he's done such a good job.' I felt so bad. I laughed at first, but then I felt bad."
Hmm, less ‘It’s Britney b*tch’, more ‘Britney’s off to get a sandwich’ then.
Our Cheryl, throwing a strop? Surely not?
When a BBC interviewer asked Cheryl ‘Why are we here?’ (the obvious answer being, ‘Err, to do an interview’ – Cheryl is reported to have walked out.
A source alleged that Cheryl took the question as a dig: "There was a slight pause, and then Cheryl walked off."
Cheryl insists that the source was talking absolute coswallop (not her exact words) and she merely left when the interview was complete.
We’re with Cheryl on this one, mainly because it means we get to write codswallop again.
When asked what it’s like to be linked to another celebrity when you barely know them on Australian morning show Sunrise, Rihanna replied: “It’s very frustrating. Almost as frustrating as being asked about it”
Cue MASSIVELY AWKWARD SILENCE.
Rihanna is then said to have left the interview abruptly.
Then again she may’ve been meeting Britney Spears for breakfast.
Watch Rihanna's Oz walkabout below, cut the tension with a metaphorical knife should you have one to hand.
When ABC News reported Dan Harris asked Paris if she ever worried that her moment had passed, Ms Hilton walked out.
While probably muttering, ‘That’s not hot’.
She is said to have then returned after a “long heated conversation with her publicist”
Coldplay singer Chris Martin walked out of a BBC Radio 4 interview while promoting the band’s Viva La Vida album.
Err not loving life all that much when it comes to interviews, eh Chris.
Earlier in the interview Chris said: “You're journalistically twisting me into saying something I don't really mean."
He then asked to leave after admitting to "not really enjoying this" and that he did not like "having to talk about things."
Still, we love that he stormed out – after politely asking if he was okay to do so.
Russell Crowe? Getting a mood on? Surely not.
When presenter Mark Lawson asked whether Crowe had made his character Robin Hood sound Irish in the 2010 version of the film, Russ’ (can we call you Russ? No? Okay) Crowe snapped back “You’ve got dead ears, mate”.
Before adding a “B*llocks” and walking out.