Articles tagged with: The X Factor Australia
Mitchell Sang His Heart Out With Everybody Hurts by R.E.M 90s Songs Week Live Show 4 X Factor Australia 2011
Country Boy Mitchell Callaway had survived last week’s huge controversy. It’s a though call to perform confidently in front of millions of Australian viewers and so Mitchell was basically singing for his life at the 4th Live Show of the X- Factor Australia 2011 to stay in the competition. For this week, Song of the 90s, he picked a song that can exactly connect with his present situation. It’s called Everybody Hurts by R.E.M. . Mitchell injected his country voice to this song.
Young Men Society Sang Walk This Way by Aerosmith for the Rock Week Live Show 3 X Factor Australia 2011
Walk This Way by Aerosmith is what Josh, Nate and Andy or simply the Young Men Society chose to sing for the Rock Week Live Show of The X Factor Australia 2011. These three young men developed a sense of brotherhood among them and are really working hard to put up a great performance.
Natalie Bassingthwaighte said that Young Men Society can rock! They proved that they belong to the X Factor stage. Guy Sebastian loved the performance and encourage them to keep doing good. Mel B said it was entertaining but that song was not vocally challenging. Ronan Keating came to the rescue and said it was a great performance. Don’t forget to vote for these young men if you want them to stay in the competition.
Audio Vixen pulled-off another great performance last night singing Good Times by Jimmy Barnes and INXS at the The X Factor Australia 2011. Siblings Maria, 28, Christina, 25, and Ross, 19, really blend their voices magically and it was such a polished performance. They are not a rock band, but based on their performance, it is likely that they will be safe for the next X Factor Australia live performance next week.
Johnny Ruffo sang Here Without You by 3 Doors Down for the Rock Week last night. Guy Sebastian‘s idea is to showcase Johnny’s vocal ability because he can definitely dance. Mel B had this criticism that Johnny is not the strongest singer in the X Factor 2011 competition. Ronan Keating agreed but he said Johnny has definitely improved.
Three Wishez did a Linkin Park and Jay-Z song in last night’s Rock Week at the X- Factor Australia 2011. The title of the song is Numb. Joseph Gatehau, Sophia, and Fred-Day had made adjustments in their performance responding to criticism from the judges that they are not still performing as group and it’s all about Sophia with Joseph and Fred-Day as back-ups singers.
How will Country Boy Mitchell Callaway cope in this week’s Rock theme? Can he pull off a great rock performance?
Mitchell Callaway chose to sing Run To Paradise by Choir Boys. Backed-up by a live band at The X- Factor Australia 2011 live stage, he showed Australia what he can do. But the comments of Guy Sebastian and Mel B were seemed to be anti-climax. Find out what they have said in front of millions of Australian viewers. Do you think it’s appropriate?
Andrew Wishart forte is obviously not the rock genre but wait until you see his Rock Week performance at the X- Factor Australia 2011. This 40 years old bloke, who is a sales manager by profession, sang Cheap Trick’s The Flame. This song is about vocal capability and connectedness. Did Andrew did enough? Watch how he did it on the video below.
Christina Parie Performed Give You Hell by All American Rejects X Factor Australia 2011 Third Live Show
Guy Sebastian said last week that Christina Parie is the strongest female contender of the X Factor. Would she be able to keep her momentum going with the X Factor Australia 2011 Rock Week? Mel B picked “Give You Hell” by All American Rejects. Natalie Bassingthwaighte said she was a bit worried of the song choice for this week.