X Factor 2012 judges houses: GMD3, MK1 & Mitsotu wow Louis Walsh with stellar performances!
GMD3 stole the show during the groups section of tonight’s X Factor show.
The boyband took to the stage and performed the same song that they sang during their recent battle with triple J at bootcamp, but they had changed up God Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts enough to make it seem like they were showing a different side to their skills.
It was melodic, smooth and very, very tight. Out of all the groups, we thought GMD3 were the most able to go straight through to the live shows with very little work needed on their style, their cohesion and their vocals.
After the group performed for Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh in Las Vegas, as the pair tried to decide whch three acts they were taking forward to the love shows, Shaz raved about their song, saying:
“They are just a delight Louis. You can really tell they take it so seriously.”
‘I dislike the name though, Ithink it sounds like a virus. It doesn’t say anything about them…’
Also making a good impression was two piece – formerly three piece – vocal harmony group MK1. They sing, they rap and at judges houses they delivered a very decent rendition of Just Be Good To Me by Professor Green. The pair had to sing while sitting, due to an injury one of them sustained while playing football. It didn’t make their performance any less great thought and Osbourne again, was the band’s biggest fan and told her pal Lou Lou:
“I just love their confidence, I really think they’re great together.”
We can’t help but wonder if their pal that they dumped at their first audition feels the same.
One of our favourite acts this year has been a trio named Mitsotu, who we first saw perform live when we attended the Britain’s Got Talent auditions earlier this year.
In Las Vegas the three singers took on ‘Hey Ya’ by Outkast and Louis loved the song. The only concern he had was that he wasn’t sure which one could be considered the lead singer. Which we don’t think is much of a dilemma really. We thought their performance was great.
Which groups do you think shone tonight and who do you predict will make the live shows? Leave your comments below….
Meanwhile, as we prepare for the final judges houses episodes of the show to air tomorrow night, Unreality TV have put together out predictions for his year’s X Factor final 12. Have a look and tell us if you agree!