Intensity X Factor

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Intensity X Factor, It Elmination night on The X Factor, the first results show the season where we say goodbye to one of the Top 12 acts. This is uncharted territory so I’ll admit I have curiosity to see how to play, maybe it’s a process similar to the way idol or something eccentric and totally different.

Immediately waste about 20 minutes in a lame group number, revision of almost everything that we covered last night, and interviews with participants with no sense of what would in the Pepsi if they were to win. Who cares? Like really believe there would be some input.

Then comes the Outasight to perform. I’ve never heard of him before today and it seemed playback. He was the opposite of the charismatic and I know that the blame for the most annoying commercial song I’ve heard in a long time. You know the song: “tonight is the night is the night, we’re losing control … oh oh oh ohhhh” Yes, one.

I’m going to hand host worthless Steve Jones (yes, that’s his official title), I actually had a straight face saying, “Thank you, Outasight!” As his birth name. That’s pretty impressive.

Here is the ad appears in the song, in case there

In particular, for Steve Jones read the names of the ten contestants of insurance, which are transferred directly through to the actions of the next week. The bottom two will have to sing your “song for survival” in front of judges who will vote in an act to stay in the event of a tie, which had the lowest public vote will go home. Marcus Canty is revealed to be safe, followed by Drew, a dramatic pause that quickly becomes an awkward pause and then told us to wait until after the break. Now we find Lakoda Rayne, Rachel Crow, LeRoy Bell, Astro, Chris Ryan and Josh Krajkic are safe, that is, all acts of LA Reid was put through. Melanie Amaro is announced safe and all acts of Simon are safe. Stacy Francis is given the last safe place guaranteed to Nicole, also has its group intact while Paula is in the impossible position of knowing the intensity and stereo Hogzz the bottom, which is reduced to two acts for performances of next week.

The stereo Hogzz Samantha Sang made “Emotion” and sang current Kelly Clarkson “My Life Without You suck.” To tell you the truth, not impressed with the performance of either group and thought both were bit of a mess.

Simon released his first vote, and not surprisingly, that the votes to maintain the intensity, which has been hailed as a Glee type group, Paula Abdul, Nicole Scherzinger and LA Reid all the votes to keep Hogzz Stereo. So the intensity is removed again, as they were individually removed all Boot Camp integrates a group to go to the judges houses round.

I am neither surprised nor sad to see this gang of teenagers disjointed go home, too many members with really only two or three strong vocalists.

Next week (Wednesday 09 November) in the Top 11 finalists perform live for the votes of the United States, and the next night Willow Smith will act on the results shown.

Immediately after the performance show, fans can vote through 1) Twitter; 2) Voting in touch App Verizon Verizon Xtra Factor Android devices, and 3) free calls, and 4 ) text messages to Verizon Wireless customers, and 5) online. Fans with valid accounts can also vote on Facebook / TheXFactorUSA.

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