Oh the things that happen in the bathrooms of nightclubs. This one was a unusual but …
We know X Factor can get repetitive but it’s hard not to miss.
It’s plastered all over the media and advertised everywhere. We all know its entertainment. From the dramatic background themes, grieving storylines and cheesy camera close ups. But scripted or not, there is still talent to be seen.
As we prepare for another weekend of X Factor Auditions, we’ve picked out a few auditions from this years campaign that we felt stood out to keep people who’ve missed out so far, in the loop with what’s best.
Kayleigh Manners – Stay With Me
Unique soft voice, chill vibe. Catchy version.
Reece Bibby – Latch
Great rendition of Disclosure’s Latch. At 15, so much potential.
Jake Quickenden – Say Something
The first song was terrible and did amazingly well to bounce back with a belter.
Monica Michael – Pretty Little Sister
Brave to choose her own song, it paid off. Great versatility in her music.
Andrea Faustini – Who’s Loving You
Pug loving Andrea surprises the judges with a belter of a voice despite his weird audition antics (Bringing in a toy of Scary Spice).
Paul Alkster – Jealous Guy
Powerful voice. I think Louis was right to drop him from last years X Factor. This year his image has improved immensely and he’s even better.
Jay James – Say Something
Our favourite out of all the bunch. Naturally talented, as you can tell from the way he sings he is raw. Emotionally powerful. Talk about passion. Wow.