It was a 1980s party on The X Factor 2013 Wednesday night as the Top 12 finalists took on songs from the decade. There were a lot of iffy performances and some predictable song choices, which could spell trouble for some during Thursday night’s double elimination.
Yes, two acts will be going home and based on Wednesday night, anyone is in danger. Among the iffy performances
It was 80s night on The X Factor 2013 as the Top 12 finalists took on songs from the decade of big hair and bright colors. They were dressed for the part and ready to impress. And their performances had to be strong enough to survive a double elimination Thursday night.
That’s right, two people will be heading home Thursday, leaving us with The X Factor
The X Factor 2013 Top 12 tackled songs from the 1980s on Wednesday night following the first of three eliminations this week.
There were a lot of duds from the night, but one that wasn’t a dud was Rachel Potter and her version of Heart’s “Alone.” I was annoyed by the song choice because it’s overdone, but Rachel performed the song very well. She’s had two
The X Factor 2013 Top 12 took on songs from the 1980s Wednesday night and I have to say, there were a lot of duds from the night. It’s clear this show is not about the singing, though, so trying to judge it as a viewer or blogger is tough.
In fact, what I thought was the best performance of the night actually caught the most
The X Factor 2013 Top 12 must regain control of their emotions after tonight’s elimination and sing for America’s votes once more. And it’s an important night because tomorrow night two more of them will be going home, leaving us with The X Factor 2013 Season 3 Top 10.
I’ll be live-blogging tonight’s performances and I’ll be reviewing and grading each performance. I’ll also let you