All posts tagged X Factor 2011

Misha B the favourite to leave as X Factor reaches semi-final stage

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Misha B is the favourite to be given the X Factor boot this weekend as the show gets ready for the semi-final stage.

Only four acts remain and Misha B – who has been the bottom two on three occasions – is expected to miss out on the final by one week.

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Simon Cowell backing Little Mix to win X Factor

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Simon Cowell is supporting Little Mix to win X Factor according to the girl group’s mentor Tulisa.

The N Dubz singers remaining act are the most successful girl group in the history of the show and Cowell is apparently a fan.

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Gary Barlow wants Marcus Collins to duet with Stevie Wonder in X Factor Final

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X Factor contestant Marcus Collins may not be guaranteed a place in the final yet, but Gary Barlow is already planning duets for the singer.

In the final weekend of the X Factor, it is a tradition for the remaining acts to duet with a star and Barlow wants Stevie Wonder to sing with Marcus.

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Has Kelly Rowland abandoned her acts again?

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Another week, another bundle of gossip from the X Factor. This time, there are reports of Kelly Rowland abandoning her acts.

The American singer has already had one week away from the show – when she was ill earlier this month – but now it is being reported that she is in Paris this week recording her own music video.

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The X Factor is all about song choice, says axed contestant Craig Colton

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After being sent home from the X Factor last night, Craig Colton has said that song choice influences the public votes.

The 22-year-old – who received the fewest public votes and was sent home after the judges failed to reach a decision – says that the public’s connection with songs makes a big difference.

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