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The X Factor 2013: Eliminations (Week 4)

Published: Sunday 3rd Nov 2013 by Sam

The X Factor 2013 saw its 4th set of eliminations tonight. Find out who’s heading home this week…

{An international phenomenon, local versions of the show show now air in the US, Italy, France and beyond. The brain-child of Simon Cowell, The X Factor is responsible for birthing the careers of Leona Lewis, Alexandra Burke, One Direction, Cher Lloyd and JLS.
Judging the hopefuls are Nicole Scherzinger, Gary Barlow, Sharon Osbourne and original panelist Louis Walsh.

With the Flash Vote axed this week, Tamera Foster and Kingsland Road were revealed as the acts who polled lowest in the public vote this week. Both would go on to battle it out in the sing-off.

The boys of Kingland Road kicked things off with James Morrison’s ‘I Won’t Let You Go’, with Foster following with Whitney Houston classic ‘I Have Nothing’. 

Unfortunately for their mentor Gary Barlow, Road’s rendition wasn’t as well-received by the rest of  judges and they were sent home – becoming the fourth act to be given the axe.

The X Factor continues on ITV1 next Saturday.

Your thoughts?

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  1. Joey November 3, 2013

    I personally think that Rihanna lite 2.0 is overrated. I’m not saying that she cannot sing. but her tone is very average and generic which i guess makes a good pop star but shows the industry little variety.

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    • Joey November 3, 2013

      Although i must add that she did that Whitney song no justice what so ever! She may have got away with it once, but twice wasn’t a charm.

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  2. Micks November 3, 2013

    Im glad the Beyonce wannabe was in the bottom two, shes pretty but too cocky. It happened to Hannah, and she didn’t deserve to be in the bottom two. This one is no better. She’ll only go far because of her looks.

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  3. cocobutta November 3, 2013

    She is not cocky, actually I think she needs to show more personality on the show but due to various bad press she being kept quiet by producers.

    She young and will learn from her errors but while she doesn’t quite have her full soulful sound locked down yet she has a very warm tone in area’s, so she will develop

    She belongs there still

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    • Micks November 3, 2013

      Shes humbled herself BECAUSE of the bad press and producers, that’s all.

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