3am: GOODING RIDDANCE; Kylie's Love Rat Is Dumped by Girl He Flaunted at Brits

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3am: GOODING RIDDANCE; Kylie's Love Rat Is Dumped by Girl He Flaunted at Brits


Byline: WITH JESSICA CALLAN, EVA SIMPSON AND NIKI WALDEGRAVE

HE TOOK her to the Brits in a desperate bid to make Kylie Minogue jealous.

But now the girl James Gooding was seeing for two months behind the Aussie pop princesses back has dumped him and branded him a sad, pathetic loser.

Singer Victoria 'Harry' Harrison has told Gooding she never wants to see him again after he spilled the beans on his three-year romance with the Aussie pop princess.

Victoria had once vowed to "be there" for James after he was admitted to rehab following a failed suicide attempt.

But now she says she regrets standing by him, taking him clothes and other personal possessions - including piles of unpaid bills - because he's turned out to be a real "bastard".

The furious singer told a pal: "I think James is an idiot for what he's done to Kylie. He kept telling me not to talk to anyone about our relationship and then he blabs all to a Sunday paper.

"He's just isn't making any sense any more. He's bitter and angry and certainly not the same guy I fell for. It's a side of him I've never seen before. Kylie's better off without him."

Victoria, 21, met Gooding four years ago a Whitney Houston bash in New York and they became good friends.

They became intimate last May after he split from Kylie - who is now seeing French hunk Olivier Martinez.

They've since slept together on a number of occasions, but she has told friends she's upset at the way Gooding used her to get back at Kylie after she let Justin Timberlake fondle her bottom at the Brit awards. …

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