Sunday, 24 November 2013


If there's one thing guaranteed to wind me up about the X Factor judges, it's when they directly address the British public and tell us off for 'making the wrong decision'. However, in this case I'm willing to make an exception, because it's very sad that Tamera 'Excruciating Car Crash' Foster went through at the expense of two great acts. Lord knows how she'll cope in next week's Jukebox theme, where each act has to learn 3 songs without knowing which one the public will pick.

Rough Copy finally showed their urban side last night. Perhaps it was a case of too little, too late? They had a chance to show that R n B flava again in the sing off, but what did they pick? O-flippin'-Asis! Dreadful performance in the sing off compared to Hannah's gorgeous rendition of  'I'd Rather Go Blind'. I'd just like to say at this point - can you imagine Paul Akister and Hannah duetting? I would almost wee myself with excitement to get hold of some of that.

However, saving Hannah for a third time was always going to be a tall order, so it was farewell Hannah, and now it's only Little Nicky and Sam Bailey who have never experienced the bottom two.

Can't wait to hear the choices for Jukebox week - what a great idea! Will Tamera remember her words? Will Rough Copy get the bounceback vote, leaving Tamera vulnerable? The public are really turning against her now, with the crowd booing as she got through tonight (apparently Dermot came out in the ad break and told the audience off according to show insiders!).  It's all getting very unpredictable, and I'm loving it!

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