Before I get into my final blog, I would like to welcome another addition to the X Factor family. We've all obviously had glimpses of this arrival, but it really was last night that this very odd individual entered our screens. Enter the applause for Bitchy BarlowTM.
Rating The Acts!
Hello everyone! It's Week Eight on the X Factor tonight, meaning, there are just TWO more weeks until the winner is crowned. I know I should be sad, but in reality, I couldn't be happier that this season is coming to an end. Maybe with the new year we'll get a new judging panel. Or something. Whatever.
Hello everyone! Welcome to movie week, a week that in previous years, has given us the classic Jedward performance of Ghostbusters. That is a standard in X factor history folks. Know it!
To be 100% in synchrony with the theme, I went and watched Breaking Dawn. Awful movie, btw. Laughed the whole way through. I missed X Factor, but I watched the performances on YouTube, so, if some X Factor contestant pulled out a secret daughter this week, I have missed it. I also don’t know what the judges said.
Am I being too dramatic if I say that this was the most blessed week in X Factor history? I believe not. Mid week, reports emerged that Frankie was kicked off the show for inappropriate behavior, which, is, expected. I was not surprised. Some days after, he said it was because of drugs. Again, no need for a poker face. The second good thing was that the first acts to be eliminated, the ones the judges kicked out of their team, because they were lacking in potential, or because they had better people in, one of these acts could get into the competition again.
This is an extraordinary edition of my weekly ranking of the X Factor acts. After recent events, I felt the need to write something about the current state of affairs the X factor has entered.
Another week has gone by, and this time, thankfully, without much gossip. Kelly returned, apparently holding no grudge (yeah...) towards Tulisa, Gary summoned the judges to talk about the contestants (yeah...) and themes were changed mid-week. I am not entirely clear what it is now, but with this panel, the theme really doesn’t matter. With this covered, let’s get to the performances now, shall we?
Wow! Wow wow wow! After a week of drama and sensationalism, I really though this week's live shows would be terrible. I mean, was I wrong to assume this? To get everyone up to speed, Kelly left for the US following Tulisa's bully accusations towards Misha. While there, she got a viral infection on her throat and the doctors prohibited her from flying. So Alexandra Burke, winner of the fifth series, stood in her place. In other news, Rythmix changed their name to Little Mix, and The Risk lost Ashley and gained Ashford, from Nu Vibe. He was the one that could sing.
Welcome back, dear readers! Last night, on the X Factor we witnessed the murder of Rock, courtesy of the X Factor Judges. We saw it all, from the "Oh My God did he just do that?" to the "Damn, she can sing" to the "Shut up!". Yes dear readers, we saw it all.
Hello and welcome dear readers. This is Silvio R writing about the most disappointing night of X Factor live finals since I can remember. So, to shake things up, I am still going to rate the acts, but not based on singing ability, rather on their ability to keep me awake and maybe give me some kind of emotion, like laughter, sadness, or any sort of excitement. Remember, vocal performance will add points, but the focus will be on the performance.
We're finally there. After 7 Audition shows, and 2 weeks of pre live shows, they're here. The live shows of X Factor. The Next Generation of Judges. 16 contestants. There was a lot happening last night on the X Factor, and the 2 and a half hour duration of the first live shows, certainly allowed everything to be showcased. The viewers might have had a lit case of fatigue after the programme, but what the hell, right?