X Factor 2012 judges houses: Carolynne Poole wows with ‘Say Nothing At All’ – Nicola Marie is a total ‘Tragedy’
Carolynne Poole must have been nervous when she performed at judges houses earlier this year, after all it’s the point where things went wrong on her X Factor journey in 2011.
The former Emmerdale actress travelled to Miami to sing for Kelly Rowland with five other hopefuls last year but was eliminated before live shows began. It must have been a strange experience for her then to go through it all again, when she made Gary Barlow’s judges houses round.
On tonight’s show the brunette beauty will be seen performing ‘Say Nothing At All’ by Ronan Keating for Gaz and his assistant Cheryl Cole and while the Take That star loved her vocals, he thinks she needs to work on her presence a little if she wants to be a star.
“I think she’s great, she needs a little confidence boost to take her up.”
However, Carolynne was as accomplished as Adele in comparison with Nicola Marie and we knew that Barlow wouldn’t react well to the singer once she made it past the bootcamp round.
He found her irritating at her initial audition and an insider told Unreality TV that he isn’t any mroe impressed after hearing her sing Tragedy by Steps at judges houses.
Cheryl Cole wasn’t raving about the singing either and told her pal:
“Maybe that was the wrong song.”
Tune into the X Factor tonight to see how Carolynne and Nicola Marie perform and again tomorrow to find out if they have done enough to win a place in the live shows. Do you think they’re good enough? Leave your comments below…
Meanwhile, as we prepare for the judges houses episodes of the show to air tonight, Unreality TV have put together out predictions for his year’s X Factor final 12. Have a look and tell us if you agree!
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