X Factor Recap
November 4, 2011 by staff
X Factor Recap, Last night on The X Factor, the top 12, took the stage to try to win their votes. Tonight, Simon Cowell and the gang are back with the results of their votes. Of the contestants was sent packing? Read on to find out!
The X Factor launched its first live show the results of tonight with a performance by David Guetta without you at 12, followed by a review of the performances last night. Then we learned that the winner of the series will not only win $ 5 million, but her own Pepsi. Outasight after taking the stage with a performance by the pace of the song, and the current song tonight is the night Pepsi.
Next on The X Factor, all computers are called to the scene with their mentors, and Steve told us that it will release the 10 acts, without any order, and then the judges chose the final act of the stay of the remaining two. Those moving to the next round were announced as Marcus Canty, Drew, Leroy Bell, Astro, Lakoda Rayne, Rachel Crow, René Chris, Josh Krajcik, Amaro Melanie and Stacy Francis.
This meant that the intensity and the stereo Hoggz were in the bottom, which, unfortunately, Paula Abdul would be losing one of their groups in any way. Both groups have to sing one last time, and then the judges would have to decide who should stay and go. The first Hoggz stereo version with the excitement of the Bee Gees, who appeared to get the crowd roar, while the intensity took Kelly Clarkson My Life will suck without you, but it sounded more like a high school musical.
Before the judges spoke, Steve announced that each judge would get to vote, and if finished tied, the act with the least number of votes would be fired real. Simon Cowell was first and her choice was to send home Hogzz Stereo, while Paula voted to send intensity. Nicole Scherzinger was following her decision, and she chose to eliminate intensity, while LA Reid agreed with the girls and chose to eliminate the intensity. That meant the Stereo Hoggz were safe for a week!
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