The X Factor has attracted star power this week as not only has Tulisa been helping Louis Walsh out with Stereo Kicks, but she, and a whole host of other singers have chosen this weekend’s song choices.
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X Factor 2014: Jukebox song choices REVEALED! Acts perform twice as One Direction choose Ben Haenow’s song!
Just in case your week couldn’t get any better, we have some pretty amazing news for you… the X Factor finalists will be performing TWICE on this weekend’s live show.
What’s more exciting is that one of their songs has been chosen by another music artist from the industry. Interesting, right? Head on inside for all the details…
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David Guetta has revealed that he had a clear favourite when he met with the X Factor contestants last week and if he hadn’t been eliminated just hours later, the DJ would have been backing Stevi Ritchie to win.
The French star appeared on Saturday night’s episode of the ITV show alongside Emeli Sande and after he and the Scottish songstress showcased their new single, they were introduced to the remaining hopefuls backstage.
Lauren Platt may have been the favourite to win the X Factor just a week ago, but the teenage singer has slipped in the rankings and is now tipped as the most likely to leave this Sunday.
The 17 year old performer pulled ahead of formers bookies’ favourite Andrea Faustini just seven days ago, shortly before he landed in the bottom two singoff, however Ladbrokes have now made her their first choice for elimination this weekend.
There are few people better placed to know what being a finalist – even one who doesn’t win the show – on The X Factor can do for a singer, given that since his time on the ITV talent quest, he’s gone on to have a hugely successful career in music, and he’s even co-hosted spin-off show, The Xtra Factor.
However, Olly reckons that the key to getting the best out of being on the show is hard work, and lots of it. Read more & comment »
Cheryl FV has revealed that she may give Lauren Platt another upbeat tune on this weekend’s X Factor show.
The hopeful singer was criticised a few weeks ago when she performed Dark Horse and appeared to be very uncomfortable with the choreography. While she won rave reviews for last weekend’s Whitney Houston track, which was also upbeat, some viewers claimed the hopeful was upstaged by her street dancing brother who joined her on stage.
X Factor: Lauren Platt to MISS this week’s live show? Louis Walsh binge eating at Simon Cowell’s expense?
X Factor finalist Lauren Platt could be forced to miss the coming weekend’s live shows after falling ill with a severe bout of ‘flu.
According to The Sun, Lauren “threw filming schedules into chaos” when she had to pull out of rehearsals for Jukebox week, and though she did rehearse yesterday, it seems she is still far from well and may therefore, as mentioned above, have to miss tomorrow night’s live show. Read more & comment »
Andrea Faustini has promised X Factor fans that he will be attempting something very new on this weekend’s live show.
We already know one of Andrea’s songs, as it was chosen by the public via the official X Factor app. The first tune he’ll attempt is Hero by Mariah Carey, which isn’t all that different from his usual vocal fayre.
Simon Cowell has insisted that his X Factor finalist ben Haenow has a much better chance of winning the show than former bookies’ favourite Andrea Faustini.
The music mogul is mentoring Ben and Fleur East towards this weekend’s quarter final and recently claimed that, after being in the bottom two last Sunday, Andrea doesn’t stand a chance of winning the series now.
There are just five acts left in this year’s series of The X Factor, so there’s tension behind the scenes this week as finalists Stereo Kicks, Lauren Platt, Andrea Faustini, Fleur East and Ben Haenow are all well aware that the show’s all important final is now very much on the horizon.