West Coast X Factor finalist Jackie Thomas is rapt to be back on home turf for a one-off concert in Greymouth. ”I just love the West Coast,” extolled the pint-sized singer after she landed in Hokitika this morning, accompanied by a large television entourage.
More than 6000 hopefuls have tried out for the X Factor in a 27-town pre-audition marathon, and yesterday we saw the final five. That’s a fact .
The X Factor’s flamboyant judge Daniel Bedingfield is out to show that he has more to give than fancy pants and harsh comments. The New Zealand born, British raised, singer earned a Brit Award, scored six UK Top 10 singles and sold four million album from 2001 to 2004, now almost a decade later he’s back with a seven track EP
There were some fantastic moments on last night’s episode of The X Factor.
Let’s start with some good news. With only six contestants left, Sunday’s live show of The X Factor has shaved off a good hour from its original 135 minutes of screening time
On Sunday night X Factor host Dominic Bowden said: “Something is sure; Somebody is going home right at 8 o’clock tomorrow.” That was obviously a promise only waiting to be crushed to pieces.
First things first: How did Christchurch boy-band Moorhouse, the handsome SBWs, end up in the bottom two at last night’s elimination episode of the X Factor Hadn’t we all agreed that not necessarily the best voices win but rather those who appeal to a certain fan base Like to teenage girls I blame their song choice on Sunday’s Best of British show.
In the immortal words of Homer Simpson: Save me Jebus. It’s X Factor liiiiiivvvveee with Dominic Bowden
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