Dexter Haygood Performance Factor
October 7, 2011 by staff
Dexter Haygood Performance Factor, Compared to the performance-based shows others as “America ‘s Got Talent” or even her predecessor in the Fox, “American Idol” contest “The X-Factor” is set in an unusual format.
While all contestants are required to audition only at different stages of competition, the group of the series producers together for rehearsals, and sometimes shows, which at this early point in the season makes it extraordinarily difficult to remember each, if you can find what they are, first. Needless to say, it also intensifies the suspense for the viewers, who have their share of mini-stories through individual stories, but have less of an opportunity to meet the artists until the end of the season.
At the moment, which unfortunately also makes it difficult to distinguish a stage of the competition of another. On Wednesday, judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger, and LA Reid saw eight groups of competitors perform, on Thursday he saw three more before firing a third of them. The only apparent difference between the groups on Wednesday and Thursday was the last group seemed to be composed of people whose talents the judges are the least certain – or maybe they just should have been. But towards the end of the episode of the night, the number of participants would drop from 64 to 32, which meant there was more action in store for viewers.
Participants were instructed to choose from a list of 35 songs, pick one that felt best represented them. 13 years old, Rachel Crow took the first step of an interpretation of Beyoncé “If I was a kid,” which brought Scherzinger of tears. It set a precedent that was difficult to follow, but the rest of the artists who gave the best: Audrey Turner sang “Is not No Mountain High Enough”, the transport of energy and passion, but not very accurately, while Tiger did Budbill an acoustic version of “Billie Jean”, which reinvents the song and highlighted his scruffy charm. Meanwhile, self-possessed aspiring pop icon Simone battle boasted of her individuality and talent, but blew her hearing when he forgot almost all of the lyrics of “Your Song”.
Disastrous performance battle seemed to change course for the worst in the hearings that followed. After a handful of performances that Cowell thought it was just poorly managed, “weirdo” versions, called for a break, which seemed to break the streak of bad performances. R & B stereo group Hogzz “” Cry Me A River “showed the group’s vocal prowess, while the yield of 14-year-old rapper Brian Bradley seemed to charm LA Reid and retro singer Philip Lomax made an unusual interpretation, but memorable of the standard “Summertime. ”
Although there were several more performances, the highlights were Caitlin Koch version of “Cry Me A River”, and 59 years, Leroy Bell reinvention of Adele “Make You Feel My Love.” But Stacy Francis surrender “Summertime” brought the house until after he revealed that her father died in the first day of training camp in the series. Reid notes in her performance the pain I was feeling, and although some notes fell flat, he called her performance outside the park.
Eight artists will each of four groups: girls, boys, 30 more, and groups. Girl contestants – distinguished from the 30′s because of her age – Caitlin Koch, Woloshin Torah, Battle Simone, Ryniewicz Drew, Rachel Crow, Little Jazline, Amaro Melanie, and Tiah Tolliver made it through the next round. For children, the winners were Brandon Hunt, Bradley Bryan, Skyelor Anderson, Nick Voss, Tim Lomax Cifers Felipe, Marcus Canty, Chris and Ryan.
In the group category, winners were Hogzz Stereo, 2 Shore Square, 4, Brewer Boys, illusion and confusion of the Anser. And in the category over 30 years, Elaine Gibbs, Budbill Tiger, Leroy Bell, Kent James, Josh Krajcik, Christa Collins, Dexter Haygood, and Stacy Francis. It was an understandable choice to announce the winners of the last category, since for many, these hearings were the last, best chance at a career as a singer. Later, however, Cowell called a large group back on stage and announced that they would be separated into two groups – although many of them solo – and you get another chance in the competition.
With the drama surrounding the contestants solved, there was a final announcement to make: that the mentor judge which of the four groups? Nicole Scherzinger got her first call from the producers, despite admitting he wanted to work with the girls, who gave him 30 more years. LA Reid was imperturbable as always, hearing that was to be mentors to children. Abdul was given the groups, and admitted he was both excited and nervous. Meanwhile, Cowell smiled from behind the sunglasses in the South of France, upon hearing that he would be the mentor girls.
Next week, participants spend time in each of the homes of their mentors’, where you will receive guidance and counseling before being subjected to another round of auditions and wrenching layoffs, which can find pairs, facing each other, or put stage alone in front of millions. In other words, is just one week on “The X-Factor”.
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