BRIAN McFadden, a few drinks and Twitter are one strong mix.
In the past he's called ex-wife Kerry Katona a "pig-faced mole" on a social network site and reduced a critic to a "f***ing c*** ".
This week, while at the APRA music awards, he's gone online in what appears to be an angry reaction to comments made by former fiancee Delta Goodrem about feeling trapped towards the end of their seven-year relationship.
Goodrem, in her most candid interview yet about the split, told Vogue: "There is so much I'd like to say. I was really unhappy and I didn't know how to get out. I learned. I got there in the end."
McFadden - who has always maintained the split was amicable and described his ex as "one of God's living angels" - hit back in three seperate Twitter rants: "Sometimes silence is golden. People love to try and deflect attention from their own downfalls onto others," he wrote. "And for the record. I've seen it all before!! Randomly want to thank (fiancee) Vogue Williams for making me the happiest man on the planet."
Goodrem had "only good things" to report about her most recent boyfriend, toyboy Nick Jonas, 19, in the fashion magazine's cover story.
McFadden met Williams - who he will marry in coming months in Europe - in the months following his engagement breakdown.
Meanwhile Goodrem's musical comeback was once again in the spotlight yesterday, with comparisons drawn between a new B-side release called Uncovered with Kate Miller-Heidke's Last Day On Earth.
It was released with single Sitting On Top Of The World, which was accused by bloggers of being a "rip off" of The Arcade Fire's Rebellion (Lies).
Edited by Cassie, 29 May 2012 - 10:59 PM.