Chicken fights, second chances, and living dolls make a wacky week two of The X Factor UK
Just when we thought we’ve seen it all, we met a whole new batch of contestants and created a whole lot of drama.
Week one brought us amazing talent, made us shed a few tears, and of course, as is X Factor tradition, had us giggling at a few trainwrecks. Week two we dove back in to another roaring round of auditions. Not only did we hear a few incredible singers throughout the weekend, we were caught up in the middle of drama over raw chicken, swooned over this season’s sure fire heartthrob (and Louis Tomlinson doppelganger), and were shocked when we found out that dolls can actually sing.
Janet Grogan returned after getting denied a chair from Simon in 2014. Let’s just say we think Simon learned he made a mistake and will be keeping her around for a long time this season.
Ottavio and Bradley had a fight over uncooked chicken. Yes, you read that right. Thankfully, the duo made up and were able to complete their audition as a pair and made it through to boot camp.
At first we were a bit confused and thought Louis Tomlinson was re-auditioning as a solo artist, BUT we soon learned that this lad’s name is Matt Terry. And with a combo of good looks and an incredible voice, he easily got four yeses.
You know how they say “don’t judge a book by it’s cover?” Well, living doll Sada Vidoo is the perfect example of that. She blew all the judges away with a “fantastically nuts” version of “Love is a Battlefield”.
Watch more auditions plus the beginning of Boot Camp next SUNDAY and MONDAY 8/7c ONLY on AXS TV!
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