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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 25/8/2011 3:51:53 PM   
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[I couldn't stand the woman who sang Lady Gaga either, it really grates on me when people on that show talk and act as though they are already famous.  The obnoxious way she sat there on the edge of the stage, swinging her feet and not letting the judges get a word in edgeways really irked me and reminded me very much of Katie Waissel.  I read in the paper that she's a bit of a mentalist though so I kind of hope they'll not put her through.  Saying that, I'm not too keen on watching it this year.



Her name was Kitty. God she was irritating. "normally I've got Team Kitty with me"  .
By the end you could tell the judges (and most of the audience) thought she was a complete bell-end!

She also signed an autograph for a little kid and told her she could sell it for loads of money when she was famous! Oh, and she predicted the press would be camped outside her house!

A real shrinking violet that one!   

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 27/8/2011 8:53:18 PM   
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Well they were a bit shit... that guy whose parents were in the audience was great though!

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 27/8/2011 8:54:29 PM   
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LOL!!

"We're all about the fun"

"Well we're all about the talent"

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 27/8/2011 8:57:01 PM   
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This group is pretty good, but in what way are they inspired by Take That?? Gary's not fooled, but they'll go through anyway.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 27/8/2011 9:58:23 PM   
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It was much better than last week but that's because I taped it and fastforwarded all the crap.  I still hate the voting bit when it's obvious they like someone. 

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 29/8/2011 2:25:15 PM   
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It was much better than last week but that's because I taped it and fastforwarded all the crap.  I still hate the voting bit when it's obvious they like someone. 


I thought it was good this week too, also fastforwarded the talking.

The girl at the end was brilliant.... started to listen to her 'story' and was gonna switch off as I hate the 'My life this, my life that' .... glad I watched her tho, amazing voice, and total stage presence!
No doubt they will put her through and make her as generic as possible for the live shows!

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 3/9/2011 8:56:32 PM   
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I love Gary Barlow

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 3/9/2011 10:57:29 PM   
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This show is SO staged lol.  The kid who fancied T (I don't know how to spell her name) and Gary stepping on stage.  The bouncers would have been there in a sec.  They also go over board on anyone who can hold a tune.  For all that it was another good week.  The auditions are the worst part of this though...

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 5/9/2011 4:30:49 PM   
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I love Gary Barlow


eyes off

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 5/9/2011 6:12:28 PM   
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Did anyone see Popstar to Operastar? I didn't but I've just stumbled upon this video of Joe McElderry singing Nessun Dorma.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4CthIzHXpQ

I didn't think he'd be any good but I'm actually really impressed.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 5/9/2011 6:37:40 PM   
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This show is SO staged lol.  The kid who fancied T (I don't know how to spell her name) and Gary stepping on stage.  The bouncers would have been there in a sec.  They also go over board on anyone who can hold a tune.  For all that it was another good week.  The auditions are the worst part of this though...


Have to agree - the girl from Fife was good but the judges were completely OTT.  It did nowt for me,


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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 11:56:10 AM   
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This show is SO staged lol.  The kid who fancied T (I don't know how to spell her name) and Gary stepping on stage.  The bouncers would have been there in a sec.  They also go over board on anyone who can hold a tune.  For all that it was another good week.  The auditions are the worst part of this though...


Have to agree - the girl from Fife was good but the judges were completely OTT.  It did nowt for me,



That whole section summed up everything that's wrong about this vomit-inducing programme.
And to think, there'll have been numpties in their millions up and down the country bawling their eyes out. Fucking people.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 2:16:30 PM   
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This group is pretty good, but in what way are they inspired by Take That?? Gary's not fooled, but they'll go through anyway.


Not sure but The Keys the group that got through to Boot Camp at the end of the second episode of the main show are really talented and great guys. I met them at a local talent competition my sister was organising in the spring. Some of them are old school mates of my eldest niece. Congratulated them on Twitter and Facebook and the guy that did most of the talking Dan Lipman sent a nice reply. I think there going to do really well.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 2:18:52 PM   
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The Irish girl was quite good, and the guy at the start was also alright.


She was that version of Your Song which Elle Golding did first always makes me emotional.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 2:26:34 PM   
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Did anyone see Popstar to Operastar? I didn't but I've just stumbled upon this video of Joe McElderry singing Nessun Dorma.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4CthIzHXpQ

I didn't think he'd be any good but I'm actually really impressed.


Me too he deserved another record contract after that. I don`t why Simon dropped him he did okay with his second single but maybe not well enough.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 2:28:35 PM   
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This show is SO staged lol.  The kid who fancied T (I don't know how to spell her name) and Gary stepping on stage.  The bouncers would have been there in a sec.  They also go over board on anyone who can hold a tune.  For all that it was another good week.  The auditions are the worst part of this though...


Have to agree - the girl from Fife was good but the judges were completely OTT.  It did nowt for me,



Agree. I suppose different people are moved by different things.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 6/9/2011 2:34:12 PM   
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I think it's hype, trying to find the next Leona and the pressure of the first year without Simon and co.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 10/9/2011 8:20:53 PM   
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This years Jedward...

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 10/9/2011 9:41:16 PM   
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They make Jedward look like the Beatles. 

This weeks show was crap, we didn't get to hear the girl group sing, how could we possibly know if they were any good or not? Can't stand Kelly Rowland, she's so false.  The guy at the end was ok but no where near as good as they said he was.  Ditto the larger woman. 

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 10/9/2011 11:13:12 PM   
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They make Jedward look like the Beatles. 

This weeks show was crap, we didn't get to hear the girl group sing, how could we possibly know if they were any good or not? Can't stand Kelly Rowland, she's so false.  The guy at the end was ok but no where near as good as they said he was.  Ditto the larger woman. 


Pretty much exactly like the girl last week.  At points she was way off.  As for the  Jedward twits was Barlow the only one not taking moron pills? They were just offensively awful.


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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 12:15:50 AM   
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Caroline Flack telling Christine the rough looking and sounding fifty something that she reminded her of Kerry Katonia on the Xtra Factor and then tactfully saying in the future made me laugh.  Kerrys going to love you Caroline!

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 1:30:28 PM   
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They make Jedward look like the Beatles. 

This weeks show was crap, we didn't get to hear the girl group sing, how could we possibly know if they were any good or not? Can't stand Kelly Rowland, she's so false.  The guy at the end was ok but no where near as good as they said he was.  Ditto the larger woman. 


Pretty much exactly like the girl last week.  At points she was way off.  As for the  Jedward twits was Barlow the only one not taking moron pills? They were just offensively awful.



Moron pills lmao! I think he was (the only one.)

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 5:30:41 PM   
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They make Jedward look like the Beatles. 

This weeks show was crap, we didn't get to hear the girl group sing, how could we possibly know if they were any good or not? Can't stand Kelly Rowland, she's so false.  The guy at the end was ok but no where near as good as they said he was.  Ditto the larger woman. 


Pretty much exactly like the girl last week.  At points she was way off. 



I don't know what her background and experience is, but if I'm to assume that she's untrained and just sings occasionally I thought she was awesome and got goosebumps. I'll admit she did lose it in places, it wasn't a perfect performance, but I thought she has a pretty special voice.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 5:38:56 PM   
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I thought both her and the last guy were extremley talented singers, I actually preferred that version of Use Somebody to the original and think it could be released as a single. 

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 6:10:12 PM   
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I must be listening to something else, talent 

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 11/9/2011 9:47:57 PM   
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Finally somebody good! The girl at the end could win, she looks about twenty five, not sixteen.  She reminds me of Sophie who won Big Brother.  Barlow said he wanted to sit there to discover people like her, lol a trained monkey could have told you she's good.   

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 12/9/2011 9:24:12 AM   
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Finally somebody good! The girl at the end could win, she looks about twenty five, not sixteen.  She reminds me of Sophie who won Big Brother.  Barlow said he wanted to sit there to discover people like her, lol a trained monkey could have told you she's good.   


See, I thought she had a voice that was pretty impressive for a 16 year old. But it didn't do anything for me at all. I'm still waiting on this year's Wagner. I realise there can probably not be two Wagner's in the world, but let's hope he's out there.

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 12/9/2011 10:30:05 AM   
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Finally somebody good! The girl at the end could win, she looks about twenty five, not sixteen.  She reminds me of Sophie who won Big Brother.  Barlow said he wanted to sit there to discover people like her, lol a trained monkey could have told you she's good.   


See, I thought she had a voice that was pretty impressive for a 16 year old. But it didn't do anything for me at all. I'm still waiting on this year's Wagner. I realise there can probably not be two Wagner's in the world, but let's hope he's out there.


This.

I thought the best singer from this week was the hairdresser guy that sang Stevie Wonder. I thought he was brilliant.

I didn't really like the soldiers singing but he seemed like a nice bloke, he'll probably go quite far but I don't think he has the voice to win....

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 12/9/2011 10:33:54 AM   
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Gary Barlow's next career step is to follow Ringo Starr in narrating Thomas The Tank Engine. Or is it just me that thinks that?

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RE: X-Factor 2011 - 12/9/2011 10:41:24 AM   
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