The X Factor UK Auditions: Week 4 Recap
Re-live our last round of auditions before the Six Chair Challenge!
Last weekend we saw our very last round of auditions, which included a very unique take on a Village People classic, a few drag queens, and of course, a few VERY emotional performances. Re-watch some of our favorite auditions from this past weekend before we dive into the next phase of the competition… The Hunger Games. We mean… the Six Chair Challenge.
Chloe sang a beautiful original song all about love and heartbreak. It seemed like her words hit VERY close to home for a few of our judges, who were left teary-eyed after her audition.
Thomas Pound may have been turned down at the auditions, but his drag alter-ego, Lady Frieda Wilde got a big YES from our judges after this insanely energetic audition.
When Gingzilla stepped on-stage she “deliciously confused” or judges. But their performance The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” is one of the most unique renditions we’ve ever seen on The X Factor stage.
Student Charlotte Lily brought her busking cats with her to The X Factor Auditions and ended up taking away four yeses with her insanely original take on the iconic, “YMCA.”
Thirty-eight-year-old opera singer Cezar Ouatu had The X Factor Judges crying tears of joy after his stunning version of “Nessun Dorma”. We can’t wait for him to bring his dramatic voice to the Six Chair Challenge!
The competition continues with the brutal, cutthroat, and absolutely gut-wrenching Six Chair Challenge this SUNDAY & MONDAY at 8/7c!
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