Finally some good groups! District Line & Duke shine on tonight’s X Factor! (VIDEO)
If the X Factor has been a little short of anything this year, it has been talented groups.
Last night we were delighted to see Times Red shine on the ITV show and the hunky boyband sailed through to bootcamp, after impressing the judges with their mashed up version of Amy Winehouse’s Rehab….their sexy physiques and rippling abs didn’t hurt their cause either.
District Line consists of two female singers Grace Lindsey and Sarah Mac and the pair tried out for the ITV show earlier this year, performing in London for Gary Barlow, Tulisa Contostavlos, Louis Walsh and guest judge Leona Lewis.
Insiders told Unreality TV that the ladies received rave reviews from the panel and a incredibly positive response from the audience. Check out this video of them singing and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Also set to appear this evening, are three piece boyband ‘Duke.’ The lads demonstrate their beatboxing skills for the panel and describe themselves saying:
“Duke offer a fusion of live vocals with the combination of beat-boxing, vocal percussion/basslines, harmonies with acoustic guitar creating a completely unique concept to the UK and to the world.”
Insiders claim that the judges were blown away by their fresh sound and not too shabby image. Check out the video below and tell us what you think of Duke.
If the two groups make it to bootcamp, they’ll find themselves up against acts such as Mia and The Moon, On The Edge and Times Red. If they’ve made it beyond, they’ll be mentored by former Westlife boss Louis Walsh.
If you want to see who all the acts through to bootcamp so far, check out our list here!
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