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    Re: 12/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    Yosselin is horrible. The only way I knew which song she was singing was by the lyrics. Ugh.

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    Yeah Thomas sucks. I'd still rather listen to him than the nasal ear-bleeder Kevin Skinner.

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    Re: 12/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    All these montage rejects are rightly rejected.

    Rylie's not that good. Bad start and pitchy. I'm also sick of the constant "I'm just a smalltown girl" stories I keep hearing.

    She's getting stronger and the audience seems to like her. I still don't care.

    The judges rave and she gets a unanimous yes. Whatever. She won't last.

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    Re: 12/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    Jeff did okay.

    Oh Jocelyn. People like her remind me of a bad karaoke night.

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    Why is Rachel talking about her age? How old is she? She seems pretty young. I'd guess early 30s at most. She's 29. Okay then.

    She says she wants to be a country star and the audience already cheers. *vomit*

    She did a fine job but I wouldn't go back and listen to it again.

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    Re: 9/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    Next up is hot guy Jorge. I don't like his personality so far, though.

    He did pretty good.


    Simone's cute. She did fine.

    I'm not really getting into any of the auditions tonight, though.


    Next up is a crooner. I like crooners. He says he's the next Frank Sinatra which gives me low hope for him. I hope he's good...

    He's not. Too bad.

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    Re: 12/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    Simon's giving these people waaay too much praise. It's pretty annoying.

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    Re: 9/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    I really like Simone, she didn't look like she could sing, and he was right she was sort of quirky/odd. But that girl had a very good voice. I also liked the guy with the beautiful eyes, not the best voice of the night- as they all said, but you could work with him. But his eyes, OMG! all the girls were drooling, I saw Simon shoot them a look

    I really like all ages singing, and I don't watch AGT..or AI, so this is enjoyable
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    Re: 9/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    I absolutely loved Simone. She sang in full voice, when she went to the higher notes, she was still in full voice, never went to falsetto. Her voice is rich and soulful. She made the other female singers sound tinny, and screaming their high notes. She's also completely raw, fresh, and not a scintilla of arrogance.

    Loved her.

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    Re: 9/11 XFactor 3: Performance Show Premiere

    Quote Originally Posted by Bet2Win View Post
    I absolutely loved Simone. She sang in full voice, when she went to the higher notes, she was still in full voice, never went to falsetto. Her voice is rich and soulful. She made the other female singers sound tinny, and screaming their high notes. She's also completely raw, fresh, and not a scintilla of arrogance.

    Loved her.
    I agree Bet2Win. I just ran though the highlights. She really is terrific. I also have a soft spot for Lillie
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