Forget X Factor, on the streets of South Auckland you can bump into the next big Kiwi star on the bus or in The Warehouse. And that’s exactly where the producers of The Factory, a web series sequel to the successful stage production of the same name, found talent for the show
She has wowed producers on the other side of the Pacific Ocean and has shot a music video in Los Angeles. That’s not bad for a songbird from Westport, who took up singing because she wanted something to do after school
She has wowed producers on the other side of the Pacific Ocean and has shot a music video in Los Angeles.
Fletcher Mills will join the 12 finalists for The X Factor’s live shows, starting this Sunday. The 17-year-old from Wellington convinced in his first audition when he sung an original composition, Ode to Bon Iver
REVIEW: First, a message to X Factor judge Melanie Blatt: The 80s want their word back! Yes, Blatt is single-handedly waging a campaign to return “wicked” to the vernacular.
OPINION: As a member of ‘Generation Y’, I dutifully tuned into X Factor New Zealand this weekend to watch the drama, the showcasing of NZ’s greatest talents, and the arrival of one of the world’s most talked about shows to the shores of Aotearoa. What I saw was something that was a disappointing indictment of how our culture apparently derives pleasure
Christina Hendricks insists she was “rejected a million times” before she landed her Mad Men role.
Fans of the television show "Britain’s Got Talent" are looking forward to the performances of 40 semi-finalists Sunday. But one in particular will have necks craning even higher: Susan Boyle. The 47-year-old from Scotland wowed audiences and judges during her audition six weeks ago when she belted out the classic “I Dreamed a Dream” from the musical Les Miserables
The often scathing critic Simon Cowell called Susan Boyle — the breakout singing sensation from "Britain’s Got Talent" — a "little tiger." On CNN’s “Larry King Live,” she showed she’s no one-trick pony.
Supermodel and television host Tyra Banks said Sunday she’s "concerned" about Saturday’s melee at an "America’s Next Top Model" audition at a New York hotel, but said she didn’t know what caused the disturbance. “We are concerned by the events that occurred Saturday afternoon in the vicinity of the New York City casting call for the next cycle of ‘America’s Next Top Model,’ ” Banks, who hosts and produces the show, said in a joint statement with executive producer Ken Mok. “At this time, we still don’t know all the details of what happened or what triggered the incident