Lola Saunders became the latest act to leave ‘X Factor’ on Sunday night, after ending up in the bottom two with Stereo Kicks
This week, let's hope there are more treats than tricks as our remaining 11 acts face their fears... So, 'witch' act will be a 'shining' star and who could be getting swallowed in the 'jaws' of defeat?
Last week, Lola underwent a makeover to boost her morale but although she looked stunning, she still faltered during her performance. Changing her hair and her outfit wasn't enough to build the resilience she needs. I know it because I've been there. Many have. It's about feeling that you're not good enough at a deep level.
The name's Midas, Dean Midas...and tonight, lights, cameras and hopefully plenty of action, it's a Saturday night at the movies theme. Here begins week three of the live shows. By the end of the weekend, another act will fail to meet the 'cut', their dreams in tatters.
The first live show of Number 1's (and some number 2's) is gone, dead, done and dusted, this week 'I heard a rumour' it's an 80's theme, so who you gonna call....to vote for? Last week we lost Overload Generation and Blonde Electra as sixteen became fourteen...
Following that, Lauren Platt performed a stripped back version of ‘Flashdance (What A Feeling)’ that gave us chills, though
Let’s face it, the ‘X Factor’ judges have been known to be pretty laissez-faire when it comes to their song choices during
LIKE US ON FACEBOOK | FOLLOW US ON TWITTER Lola Saunders and Stephanie Nala Meanwhile, Casey Johnson of Stereo Kicks has
With no time at all to get over my judges houses jet lag, I'm back in the good old UK. For the remaining 16, I mean 12 acts, (hold your horses Dean) it really is time to face the music and for the first time in this series, the voting public.
Stevi Ritchie and Lola Saunders The biggest surprise is the return of boyband Overload, who Mel B has reportedly chosen to