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Tag: X-Factor USA
Wishful Thinking of a TV Talent Show Title: Taking Some Of The Silent “Y’s” Out Of The X-Factor-Y
We at Danco_2000’s Casting Inc. watch the 2011 X-Factor USA with great passion. We were really excited to find out that we could actually pick out a song for the remaining X-Factor Singers. Imagine our surprise when each of us went to the X-Factor website to pick out a song for our favorite contestant, and realized that the choices we had to pick from were not the kind of songs we would have chosen for the remaining five.
Still, we decided to pick from the provided selection, and again to our surprise, the songs chosen by the public would not be sung due to website technical difficulties.
We still wonder “Y” it took so long to tell the singers about the viewer’s song selections? In fact, we wonder “Y” Nicole got back at Simon by sending Rachel Crow home? “Y” L.A. Reed is not happy with the Host’s off beat humor? (Must be the comic’s timing.) And “Y” the X-factor Host grimaces while introducing the contestants and afterwards places a griping hand on all the contestant’s shoulder for such a long time? (We find it very distracting) … Hmmm! …
Anyway, we hope the X-Factor Judges give the two Lowest-Voted-For contestants a Save this week. We think it would not be fair to the singers or to the X-Factor Fans, if one of the singers were sent home. Yet since lots of things in life not fair, one should be ready to handle the unexpected, especially in the music industry.
Of course we would have had the singers go through with the show’s regular routine of elimination, all the way down to lowest two singers. Then as soon after they sing their Save Song, we would tell them they both get a pass, because we wanted the viewers to believe that this show is truly fair and balanced. Then for next week, after having three contestants sing a Save Song, there would be two instead of one sent home.
We now realize that picking songs for someone else to sing is not an easy thing to do, especially for such a talented group. So instead of one song, we collectively picked three (3) songs.
Here’s Wishful Thinking of an X-Factor Episode where the singers select a song submitted to them by the viewer:
The following would have been our song choices for the week of the website fiasco:
Josh Krajcik = Dennis Edwards - Don't Look Any Further
Rachel Crow = With You - Chris Brown -
Chris Rene = One Heartbeat - Smokey Robinson
Marcus Canty = You Make Me Wanna – Usher
Melanie Armaro = No Air - Jordin Sparks feat. Chris Brown
Chris Rene = Hollywood Swinging - Jamiroqai
Rachel Crow = Party In The USA - Miley Cyrus
Marcus Canty = Get On Up - Jodeci
Josh Krajcik = Dancing In The Street - Human Nature
Melanie Armaro = We Belong Together - Mariah Carey
Round Three – The Save Song:
Rachel Crow = Let Me Be Your Angel - Stacy Lattisaw
Chris Rene = Here I Am Baby – UB40
Marcus Canty = Let Me Love You - Mario
Josh Krajcik = Beauty’s Only Skin Deep - The Temptations
Melanie Armaro = Take Me As I Am - Mary J. Blige
Our Supercomputer predicted the winner based on the actual Song Selections for this year’s TV show. According to its results, contestant CHRIS RENE would be the X-Factor USA 2011 Winner. MELANIE ARMARO would have been the winner if only she was not so stiff, moved around the stage some, …and you know, …had some fun.
X-Factor Winning Judge L.A. Reed was very happy.
As for Josh Krajcik, he just might be signed to do a special music project with Rare Earth-Get Ready. ...
Edited by Danco_2000 - 12/19/11 at 6:08pm