The Best of The X Factor, Week Three
Nerves were tested, and stars were born as the arena auditions began…
There were some breathtaking performances from the likes of Andrea Faustini and Kayleigh Manners, while other acts, like Rouge Kiss, received mixed reviews from the judges. Of course there were swoons a-plenty when boyband Overload took to the stage. Social media went crazy when the handsome lads performed their self-penned track, “No No No,” which thankfully got a yes, yes, yes from the judges. Here is a video recap of the weekend…
It looks like nerves could get the better of Kayleigh. Cheryl has faith in her and asks her to sing a second song.
Cheryl called Jordi a “stud muffin” during the band’s Room Audition and the five piece picked up four Yeses. The boy band is singing their own song for their Arena Audition.
The Italian Pug fan is back and he’s brought his mum and dad Andrea gives it his all as he sings Otis Redding’s classic track “Try a Little Tenderness.”
The audience is brutal and it’s a shaky start for Stevi Ritchie. But it’s not long before he has them dancing along with him to Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now”. He’s definitely having a good time.
Jay James impressed with a beautiful rendition of Coldplay’s “Fix You.” Always a tear jerker.
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