I joined this wikia on August 25th and have steadily been trying to get everything up to date. Since there are several pages that are either duplicated or unnecessary I would like to offer my help as admin in order to tidy everything up.
I was just wondering how other users would feel about this?
I have no problem with your request.
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- Jennel Garcia "Proud Mary" - Despite what Simon says, her coach has failed her once again (though she deserves some blame) and she is left with a county fair quality performance that is a far cry from the authentic spitfire she was in the audition process.
- Tate Stevens "From This Moment On" - Starts weak but gets better. He may not be as strong a vocalist as Carly Rose but he's as good as he needs to be to achieve his goal of country music stardom. He's the real deal.
- Diamond White "Halo" - Strongest so far. Nearly on par with Carly Rose vocally and far more authentic. Too bad she can't maintain control while moving.
- Beatrice Miller "Time After Time" - The poor girl is going through hard times at home and her coach has already got her hands …
1432 (inexplicably translated as "I Love You, Too") nee' The Laylas AKA Simon's Pets are contestants on X-Factor USA. Five solo artists with disparate degrees of talent that were thrust together to compete in the Group category. Despite three attempts to do so, they have never really performed together but merely take turns at the mic while the other four sit on their thumbs and let recorded backing vocals handle the harmonies.
In other news Demi Lovato, who made the season's first big mistake when she chose phoney bitch CeCe Frey over the heartbreakingly incredible Jillian Jensen, nearly redeems herself by being the only judge this week that doesn't save her weakest member (i.e. one-trick-pony Willie Jones). Granted that no other judge has…Read more >
Did you hear that Melanie Amaro won X Factor? Well, she did! She Rocked it! Here is your top twelve.
11. The Stereo Hogs
10. Stacy Francis
9. Lakota Rayne
8. Leroy Bell
7. Astro (Brian Bradley)
5. Rachel Crow
4. Marcus Canty
3. Chris Rene
2. Josh Krajik
1. Melanie Amaro
That was the top 12 just incase you missed! :)Read more >
The X Factor Wiki is looking for a new admin! If you're active on this wiki, or if you love X Factor, comment below. Also, comment if you know anyone who you'd like to nominate!Read more >
The much-hyped X-Factor: the American edition is premiering on September 21. Touted as a competition for Cowell's previous project, American Idol, X-Factor managed to recruit Paula Abdul as well, effectively marketing this as a Cowell-Abdul reunion.
For good measure, FOX offered an early 8-minute preview for the American premiere during Sunday's NFL game. Watch the extended promo below! Will you be watching X-Factor or are you a diehard American Idol fan? Tell us in the comments!
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It's recently been reported that X-Factor judge Cheryl Cole has been fired from X Factor USA.
It's still unclear who exactly fired her and why, though many are saying it was the work of Simon Cowell.
Now the hollywood reporter tells us that Freemantle, the production company behind the show, has not officially fired Cheryl and is requesting she apply for a U.S. visa so she can still be on the show.
It appears that they would have been in breach of her contract and they don't want to have to pay her unless she works. All I can say is poor Cheryl. She's being thrown around like a rag doll in the public eye and it's just not right.
What does everybody else think? Tell us by voting below!Read more >
Hello X Factor fans,
You've probably been reading all the hype over how Simon Cowell's X Factor USA will do compared to American Idol. Well if you're a bettor, than you might want to put your money on Idol.
The team of oddsmakers at Bookmaker.com have calculated the odds for each of the two shows getting the highest ratings in 2011. While X Factor has a 28.6% chance, Idol has a 90.9% likelihood, according to the firm.
The return on the wager is higher for X Factor at +250, compared to -1,000 for Idol, because betting on the option less likely to occur always earns the most amount of money.
The oddsmakers analyzed media reports and experts opinions on the two Fox music shows to come up with the numbers.
Whether it will be the ratings champion or…Read more >