Drew X Factor
November 3, 2011 by staff
The top 12 contestants appeared on the second live show of the season and gave results that we all hope to influence public opinion to dial, text and Twitter one vote their way. They brought the stellar voice, amazing dance moves and a lot of personality in an attempt to impress the spectators.
The votes will be crucial as the two lowest vote getters will be forced to sing for their lives during the presentation of results. The following is left to judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger and LA Reid to see who stays.
Here is a summary of the action:
The stereo Hogzz: What a way to kick off the night! The guys from The Stereo Hogzz changed things with a pretty impressive performance by Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation. They are getting better with each performance and all the judges are taking note. “It’s absolutely what it takes to be a star,” he said to the group that coordinated wore red, gold and black costumes onstage. No one fainted, although more difficult to Simon. “Not only think you are one of the best bands I’ve seen one of these contests … I do not think there’s a band in the world right now is as good as you.”
Chris Rene: So apparently Chris has a hard time singing songs not written. What comes through very clear in his live performances. Where it was once a head, which is easily forgotten now with only decent effort. Nicole still has “mad love” for him and his “Do not you remember You Told Me” mash-up. Paula is so proud of him and thinks he owns the song. Simon thought it was a disaster, but I thought it improved once the song picked up. His mentor in Los Angeles thought it was fire. Good comments from the judges, but votes are translated into U.S.?
Leroy Bell: It is increasingly clear that the most interesting is the way Leroy does not seem to age. It has a pleasant voice, but his performances are always so boring. His rendition of “I’m already there” was no different. Simon thinks he’s a very good singer with a question of trust and pans Nicole for song selection. Nicole fights back with a “less is more” refutation, but less can be boring and a return ticket.
Rachel Crow: There were a few things that stood on the performance of Rachel, but the biggest change was the horrible letter that was all too weak and distracting “Walking On Sunshine” .. Nicole says this, but loves you anyway Rach. The same applies to the entire panel. Paula would like to see her do something like his training camp performance Beyonce “If I Were A Boy” if she makes it through the next round though.
Lakoda Rayne. “Landslide” Rayne Lakoda quartet portraying the four seasons for its more than Dixie Chicks performance of Fleetwood Mac Although it always seems that there are more than four of them singing when they perform, they did a wonderful job. THE loved the performance, but does not like skating is the line between country and pop. Simon loved it, but hated what they were wearing and they despised the idea of ??the seasons.
Josh Krajcik: Simon was 100% ready to hate the performance of Christina Perri Josh “Jar Of Hearts”, but it was all that about, when in fact heard him kill. Josh became fully endorsed the song and sang the hell out of it with raw emotion. Paula says “just nails it.” “It was absolutely stunning,” said Simon after saying that everything has been said before. Nicole rating.
Melanie Amaro: Melanie it safe with his first live performance, but now it’s going to shake a little. And we mean a little more. Sure, she totally nails the performance of “Desperado”, but Mel is another ballad. She is probably the best singer in the competition, but that can not be “girl of the ballad.” None of the judges seem to care at the moment. All shower with praise. “There is no limit to what you and your voice can do,” says Nicole. “You are seriously, seriously good. At this point, you are to beat,” Simon tells his girl.
Astro: The kid is ccky Astronomical but has a reason: He is one of the most original acts of the competition. He writes his own poems set of Naughty By Nature “Hip Hop Hooray” and Missy Elliot “Get Ur Freak On” and gives one of the best performances of the night. “I know that Jay-Z has his eye on you,” said Paula. New member of the Roc Nation? We can see it.
Intensity: Some members of this group of 10 pieces not want to sing corny songs for children. It is quite difficult to get all the adults when you have a 12 year old boy in the group. In an attempt to show America that are more than just a bunch of kids that get on stage and mix “Kids In America” ??with LMFAO’s “Party rock anthem.” Oddly enough, it works. Nicole and Los Angeles thought it was funny and “funomical” and Simon does not like them, but not really.
Drew: We are totally and absolutely # TeamDrew around here, but his interpretation of Nelly, “Just A Dream” was strange. Earn points for doing something else at his age, but I just do not join. It is clear that the only ones who feel this way because the judges loved it. They think that does it all well and even wants to steal for his team.
Marcus Canty: LA Marcus really wants to be the new Bobby Brown, less drug addiction and legal problems. To help in their efforts, had Marcus sing-you guessed it-a song from Bobby Brown. Marcus makes a pretty good job of covering Bobby “Every Little Step”, and even intensifies his dance moves. Simon believes that it is alive and loves the song choice. THE thinks he’s better and better every week and believes America loves him.
Stacy Francis Stacy Nicole and above all completely lost us the logic behind this selection of the song. Do not like the fact that Simon Stace called a “church singer” and to prove him wrong, Stacy Nicole singing a gospel song. Uh, would not have been better to make a pop song and totally kill him? He performed the gospel song and does a great job of just giving the reason Simon. Anyway, the judges loved it and Stacy did not even get a kiss from Simon.
Prediction: You can see Chris Leroy Bell and Rene in the last two with Leroy back home.
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