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The X Factor UK 2017 – Your Wildcard Picks! #XFactor

As part of the ‘Wildcard’ twist that was announced at the end of last weekend’s show, one act from each category will have the chance to come back and make it through the live shows via public voting. Now, this is actually much better because you’d see right through who’s got the strongest fan base amongst the rejected contestants at the judges house.

For my personal choice. I’d pick Berget, Alisah, Jack & Joel and Jack Mason to go through. Don’t forget to vote who you think deserves a chance to make it through the live shows!

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The X Factor UK 2017 – Week 8 Recap – Judges’ House – Boys’ Category #XFactor

I’m not worried about Louis’ category. After the weekend, I am fairly sure that they are the weakest category. Ugh. I have to apologize to the girls because I keep on yapping on how they are the weakest prior to the judges’ house episodes. The super cute Mika helped Louis picked his top 3!

Aidan Martin – One Last Time by Ariana Grande

He’s a really good singer but he’s a bit dated for me. Not sure about the guy.

Sam Black – Hard To Handle by Otis Redding

I still believe it’s unfair for him to go through this stage without battling it out in the Six Chair Challenge. Ugh. And no, I didn’t like his performance here. I was cringing watching it.

Leon Mallett – Dreams by Gabrielle

What the hell is Leon thinking choosing this song? No, just no.

Jack Mason – Clown by Emeli Sandes

I absolutely loved Jack’s song choice and he sounds absolutely divine! Let’s be honest, they chose the other guys because of their looks. Ugh. Louis!

Spencer Sutherland – Wasted Time (Original)

Spencer is full sex appeal. Just pure sex appeal. I do think he’s the strongest in this category.

Lloyd Macey – How Far I’ll Go by Auli’i Cravalho

What a clever choice! I loved this song from Moana and this just fit Lloyd’s voice perfectly!!!

Louis’ Top 3 Boys are: Lloyd, Sam and Spencer!

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The X Factor UK 2017 – Week 7 Recap – Boys’ Six Chair Challenge

The boys! The boys, the boys, the boys! I initially thought that this was the strongest category this year what with Anthony Russell, Aidan Martin and Jack Mason leading the pack but after seeing all of their performances from the Bootcamp up to the Six Chair Challenge, I figured that they’re just slightly better than the Girls category whom I considered the weakest this year. At this stage, the winner for me will probably be coming from either the Overs or the Groups category. Anyway, here are the performances of the boys who made it through the judges house hoping to make it to the live shows. Such a shame really because front-runner Anthony Russell was booted even before reaching the judges’ house. You will see at the end of this post the ‘boy’ Louis decided to bring back which is really baffling to be honest.

Leon Mallet – I really thought that Alex is much better than him but truth be told, I’m still baffled why he made it over Benji Matthews. Seriously…

Singing a judge’s song is a big risk but I thought Spencer delivered real well with his oversinging (yes Louis, I’ve to agree with you) of the Pussycat Dolls’ Dont Cha. It was a very smart choice and I think his main purpose is to display his vocals which I thought is one of the best of the night.

I just find him overly dramatic. He sang a very heartfelt original song called Punchline and secured his seat from Nicole! Uhm…

I absolutely loved his song choice! He’s probably the best in the boys category now that Anthony is out of the competition. It was a very well deserved seat!

He’s okay I guess but he’s just gonna be a filler in the competition.

Anthony’s last performance…

Here’s the super likable Benjie Matthews singing an original! I’m fucking gutted that he didn’t get a seat!!!

You see, Anthony was booted out and guess who they asked to comeback??? None other than SAM BLACK. I mean, cmon! He’s not even in the Six Chair Challenge!!!!

What the fuck???!!!

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