Watch: Mary J. Blige Performs ‘Need Someone’ On X Factor USA

Published: Friday 9th Dec 2011 by David

With her latest album ‘My Life II: The Journey Continues‘ on its way to becoming one of the highest selling R&B releases of the year,  Mary J. Blige brought her seasoned X Factor to the X Factor USA stage last night to perform the moving cut ‘Need Someone‘ from the LP.

Peep her performance below…

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  1. Lax December 9, 2011

    Beautifully Excuted, love Mary she looked and sounded
    so good.

  2. Twhist December 9, 2011

    I didn’t enjoy this long lifeless song….the best part was the end. S/N I was gonna buy the new album, but no if that performance is any indication of what’s on “My life II”

  3. Keep It Moving December 9, 2011

    Shut the f*** up already.

    Mindblowing performance by the Queen !

  4. SWEXY December 9, 2011

    I agree with TWhist …Im sorry but her time has passed… boring… !!

    And hse needs a new stylist I cant wid that fake fake hair… helmet head

  5. BitchIcantevenspellwelfare December 9, 2011

    Yes Mary!!!!!! One of my favorites from the album!

    Lovely performance.

  6. KR December 9, 2011

    People are used to the “moving all around the stage” Mary. You gotta switch it up and give the unexpected sometimes and thats what she did. The audience loved every minute of it.

    S/N the album is HOT…Need Someone does not fully represent the album. There definitely is more hip hop on the CD compared to her last few.

  7. covrrboi44 December 9, 2011

    Yll r
    Sleepin on mary thats my least fav song but her album is amazing honest this better than the original real talk great album front to end

  8. Truth December 9, 2011

    That s*** was a hot shitty mess! I wanted to hear Mr wrong instead shr did THAT mess!! Anyone who liked needs help

  9. La-Q December 9, 2011

    I love “Mr Wrong” and “Ain’t nobody”. I\

  10. nikigirl December 9, 2011

    Mary should sing more songs in that range. She is a true alto. However, the song was boring, imo.

  11. Mely B December 9, 2011

    LOL @ you children. Mary was great last night! She is of a certain age where I don’t want to see her break dancing across a stage BUT Mary can give us dance as she moves across a stage as well as the classy performance she gave last night.

    And by the way – Mary’s new album is true Mary: hip hop soul so if you don’t like that kind of music then of course you’d dismiss her without listening to it.

  12. Deon December 9, 2011

    You all must be under the age of 21! That was a great performance. She nailed it!

  13. Shun December 9, 2011

    The performance wasn’t that bad.

  14. Theman December 9, 2011

    She sung it well, for the what the song was. It just wasn’t exciting.

  15. ANTHONY December 9, 2011

    ya late ass f** on this f***** u hear the crowd, they know real talent…like i said & am going to keep sayin, when mariah carey went crazy & whitney houston was sayn crack wack, mary j blige held it down for divas…ya kids need to look @ the past mary & see the diva she became…just like all the greats gave there up to beyonce…mary had patti labelle tellin her it something special about her voice and other big divas….ya listen to all this pop techno shyt and think that real music…& if mary j blige boring so is adele…ha!…the crowd lived and that all that matters

  16. mary4ever December 16, 2011

    That’s one of her best songs ever u ppl are really stupid. If u not feeling that she is the best and black ppl saleout To much she performing for more loyal ppl white ppl ain’t the best but there more loyal and positive Mary j Alicia keys are the most soulful these days

  17. mary4ever December 17, 2011

    That song is what’s gonna sell that album u dumb ppl listen to the lyrics but ppl wanna be blind and negative that’s a diversity song so of course u porch monkeys gone hate what’s new with blacks.

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