X Factor’s Saara Aalto shows Miley Cyrus how it’s done as she lands her OWN show?

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Over the weekend, fabulous X Factor star Saara Aalto performed live at the equally fabulous and iconic G-A-Y in London. And in doing so, she showed Miley Cyrus how it’s done…

Because while Miley is a Wrecking Ball in pretty much every sense of the word, and feels the need to turn X-rated with alarming frequency, Saara Aalto is infinitely classier. And though wearing leather hot pants, a sparkly bralet and a cute shrug, there was no need for any super-imposed modesty covers as she swung into action on her sparkly disco ball.

Of Saara’s clearly dazzling performance, MailOnline reports, “Saara’s performance comprised of a number of powerful tracks including: Enough Is Enough, Bad Romance, Who You Are, No Fear and Chandelier.”

But of course, next stop is The X Factor Tour, and of that, Saara said, “GAY was the perfect teaser of what’s to come.

“I can’t wait to hit the road with the X Factor tour and get the new album recorded.”

And we can’t wait to hear it!

However, it looks like Saara Aalto is going to have to find a few extra hours in the day to work with given it’s been claimed by The Sun that she may have landed her very own TV show.

An unnamed source told the newspaper, “There’s huge interest in Saara, both in the UK and Finland.

“The show will follow her life post-X Factor, taking in recording sessions, meeting fans and her home life.”

The article goes on to say that more than one production company has expressed an interest in following Saara for a ‘fly-on-the-wall’ type show which would film her “right up until August” when presumably the footage would be edited ready to air in late September.

There again, it could coincide with next year’s X Factor final, which of course airs in December.

Either way, it sounds like it’s going to be a very big and exciting year for Saara Aalto, and we can’t wait to see what it brings for her.

X Factor 2016: Saara Aalto

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Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is a trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, Big Brother, BGT and I'm A Celeb.

2 Comments

  1. not saara anymore on January 9, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    Does she have a fan base in UK? If she has, then the reality show makes sense, but if the Finnish fan base is grounds for the show then it makes no sense?!?

    She had a lot of Finnish supporters during the Homecoming-event, but she didn’t recognize them at all. With a little humility and a little “stroking” she would have got a growing fan base in Finland. It was the Brits who were taken by her Finnish fans, not her. So Finns withdrew after the Homecoming-event, leaving only a handful of worshipping “snowfairies”. When she came back to Finland after X-Factor, only the hardcore fans and all media greeted her at the airport.

    Reason why her popularity dropped like a stone, was that she never made any effort to speak good things about us Finns; not in UK and not in Finland either. National pride is important to Finns, so by putting us down as people, by declaring how She is “teaching” Finns how to succeed, how we – according to her – never supported her and by constantly telling how Brits and Britain is better than Finns and Finland, her hidden disrespect, belittling and dislike for Finns has alienated the Finnish people from Saara.

    She probably realized the potential with her Finnish fan base back in the UK, but it was too late. Now only the MSM is keeping up the hype, most Finns don’t care about her anymore. She had us as an asset, but she whisked us away. Finns are very polite and they don’t push themself upon her if they sense that they are not welcomed. We would not had hindered her success in UK, everyone would had cheered for her even today, if not for her condescending attitude.

    But Brits won’t get the same treatment, so hopefully she finds the fanbase that she wants in Britain.

    It was probably a miscalculation from her side, besides she is entitled to her own opinions, but in Finland she dropped from Hero to Zero after the homecoming in 5th December.

    Oh well, fortunately there will be new “Saara Aaltos” in the future, because Finns absolutely love to cheer for another Finn who tries to make it abroad.

    BTW, did you know that Colin McRae drove straight into the hearts of Finnish people during his first rally in Finland? Reason for his popularity was that he drove flat-out, giving his everything, which Finns appreciate very highly. After that he was given the nickname Kilin-Kolin – Jangle-Rattle – because his engine always had loose parts.

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    1. iTechThis on January 10, 2017 at 12:58 am

      Yeh sure, keep trolin..
      She will have her own reality show right there in UK.

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