‘The X Factor UK’ Heads Into The Live Shows With Spectacular Performances
The preliminary rounds are over and now it’s time to get down to serious business on The X Factor UK. The live shows began, (minus Simon), this week and we have the remaining contestants trying their hardest to get a slot in the next round. Who will make it and who will crash and burn?
Rai-Elle sang the Lauren Hill classic Doo Wop (That Thing). And by sung I mean annihilated it. The judges went ape, which was the only sensible reaction. She may go all the way.
He sang a Jessie J song and he did a really solid job. Sharon didn’t like how boy bandish he is. Which, honestly, I can’t argue with. Nicole saw a lot of growth. I don’t see him getting to the finals but he’s pretty darn good.
Young singer Holly Tandy belted out Popstar and it was quite the spectacle. The judges were astounded by how such a big voice can come from a 16 year old. Unbelievable.
Louis’ wildcard winner sang Stay and was hella boy band. Hella. Sharon thought the public voted for the right guy to come back. I don’t know if he’s going to go too too far but he’s fun to watch.
Oh, Alisah. She’s had more lives on the show than a cat. She’s been down but not out. She did a great performance and I don’t see her going anytime soon.
I can’t help it, I like this guy. He’s adorable. He sang really well, again, a little boy band but, whatever. There’s a place for that as well.
Grace has been the favorite to win from the beginning. She sang an original song and killed it. She messed up at the judge’s house big time but still she came back strong. The judge’s really dug it.
What an amazing voice this dude has. Golden and beautiful. He’s got the kind of voice that could give Josh Groban a run for his money.
So, who is moving on? From the girls it was Rai-Elle, Holly Tandy, Grace Davies, and Alisah. So, all of them. From the boys it was Sam Black, Lloyd, and Leon. Spencer is no longer in the competition.