December 23, 2011 by staff
R. Kelly, The three “X Factor” finalists got two final chances to impress the voters on Wednesday night, once in a duet and once with their audition song. It was an odd choice on the part of the show’s organizers, making the finale a report card where the two categories boiled down to “Plays Well with Others” and “Most Improved.”
The duets were … well, interesting would be one word. Random is another. Josh Krajcik and Alanis Morrissette? Really? How did that conversation go? “Josh, great news! You get to sing with one of the most prominent female vocalists of the last two decades! But there’s a catch. You have to try to sing “Uninvited.”
That didn’t go so well, especially since Krajcik’s facial expression never got beyond the “Holy moly, I’m onstage with Alanis Morissette!” stage. Fortunately, he got a second chance, and “At Last” drew raves, but it was ultimately the least memorable pair of numbers on the night. He was also the first to perform, which never helps in the voting.
Chris Rene went second, and again had the random pop star partner in Avril Lavigne. “Complicated,” wasn’t much better than the previous duet, but Rene looked more comfortable and got his chance to take the spotlight with his riff towards the end of the number.
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