You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community you will have access to post topics, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload content and access many other special features. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!
The banners on the left side and below do not show for registered users!
If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact contact us.
Entertainment ForumTHIS SPACE OPEN FOR ADVERTISEMENT. YOU SHOULD BE ADVERTISING HERE! Entertainment District
Members' movie reviews, Trailers, TV show post-discussions. Warning: Absolutely, do not post links to pirated or illegal download sites!
Paula really did. Right out of the gate, the top 3 should have been Lakoda, the Anser and the Brewer Boys. I get that Glee is big right now, but Intensity sucked beyond words can describe. And the Stereohoggz was a male singer with 4 back-up singers... wtf.
Maybe not Brewer Boys.. Those two always looked so bored and unenthusiastic about everything. A quick search on youtube can find you a better duo.
I still can't believe Anser didn't make it through. Their look and sound were easily the most unique. Especially the guy with the red glasses' voice. (My god. Little technical snippet here for any singers in the house or just curious Georges..)
Not that it really matters.. but this just really impressed me. All singers have about 3 notes in their range that are always very weak. Different for males and females. It's between the high and low register called mix notes. Even singers with crazy ranges always try to avoid these notes because they're never sure whether to sing it high or low- you're supposed to balance it half and half. Not easy. If you're the slightest unbalanced, your voice will crack. Even the strongest singers like Usher or Adam Lambert will avoid these notes. If songwriters write them a melody with these notes, they'd rather have the melodies changed than try and sing these notes. But this dude from the Anser at 2:37 just punches that note square in the nuts and kills it! Try and hit that note. It'll feel really awkward and weak.
These guys should've gotten in instead of Intensity or Stereohoggz.
I'm not sure why anyone is surprised Marcus was picked over Drew? Marcus is a better entertainer, I've enjoyed all of his performances over any of Drew's by far. The guy always looks like he's having a good time, has a decent voice, has the charisma.
So I was on youtube watching astro's performances (This is before reading through this thread) and came across a video entitled "Astro on being eliminated" and I thought it was an older video of him being interviewed when he was in bottom 2 a couple weeks ago.
God damn, went and spoiled everything for myself.
I've been rooting for Josh since his first audition. There's just something about his voice that nobody else has.
I'll bet Astro is gonna get something from LA, in the interview I saw on youtube he didnt seem disappointed at all
[19-07, 16:52] bloodmack: EB did u change my avatar and title?
[19-07, 16:54] El Bastardo: bm i have no idea what you're talking about because i don't speak gorilla
I guess america's votes is based on more than just talent on the Xfactor
I don't really like how the judges have to send home one of the contestants with the lowest votes...it just makes it really bias i mean they would obvious choose the person they mentor. no matter how bad the performance may be, the judging is not really fair for me