Hollywood has brought us some wonderful music so when I heard the theme of last night’s X Factor, great things sprung to mind. Like Tom Bachelor doing the Ghostbusters song or Gap 5 doing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’s Turtle Power.
Before Melanie Blatt came to New Zealand to take on the job as judge at The X Factor she had never heard of Stan Walker or Ruby Frost, and the only Kiwi band she knew was Crowded House. “I wasn’t sure how Ruby was going to do this
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.
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.
The journey to fame begins at the base of Auckland’s Sky Tower, where some of the 300 hopefuls who passed the initial selection process have gathered for live auditions for The X Factor NZ. Wannabe rappers in basketball jerseys mingle with women in expensively daring dresses as they wait in line for their shot at fame
REVIEW: Pure talent show gold, that’s what X Factor New Zealand contestant Renee Maurice delivered last night.
Talent shows haven’t lost their appeal. At least not for the hopefuls around the country