'X Factor' Review: Jahmene Douglas Gets Emotional, Rylan Clark Angers Again In Club Classics Week

Posted: Updated:

The third 'X Factor' live-show was themed on club classics, but it wasn't all cheese and bad dance moves.

The show kicked of with Christopher Maloney receiving harsh criticism for his cheesy nineties style performance of 'Waiting For A Star To Fall' by Boy Meets Girl.

But Jahmene soon added some soul to the show with his performance of Aretha Franklin's 'Say A Little Prayer'. This week the shy 21-year-old opened up about the abuse his family suffered at the hands of his father, who is currently in jail for attacking Jahmene's mother with a blowtorch.

Jahmene broke down in tears as the judges praised him for his bravery. His mentor, Nicole Scherzinger, said: "You have bigger balls than anyone I know... you are here for a purpose."

jahmene
Jahmene performs 'Say A Little Prayer'

This year's controversial act Rylan Clark didn't disappoint with another outrageous performance. Dressed in a white crop top waist coat and tight trousers he gyrated his way through a mash up of J-Lo's ‘Get On The Floor’.

Gary Barlow said: "You should have been the best performer this week, but you were the worst," which set his mentor Nicole off on a defence attack. Rylan told Gary: "I'm not bothered anymore."

rylan clark
Rylan Clark shows off again

Meanwhile, James Arthur impressed with his take on LMFAO's 'Sexy And I Know It' and Lucy Spraggan pulled it out of the bag again with her version of David Guetta's 'Titanium'.

Which was your favourite performance of the night?

Close
X Factor Finalists
of
Share
Tweet
Advertisement
Share this
close
Current Slide