We started with the top 12. And tonight, we will be reduced to the final 6. But before anything, I am back with the liveblog I received a lot of mails and tweets asking me why I wasn’t liveblogging yesterday’s show. To answer that question – I was off on a holiday [ sometime I am allowed to]. And I just got back home. But I am here liveblogging the results show tonight. It’s a big night tonight, and not just because of X Factor. There’s the Doctor Who episode – Water of Mars which I have been waiting for so long. But coming back to the show, we saw performances from the acts to the songs of Queen. While some absolutely shined through, some crumbled in front of the sheer size of the compositions. And its decision time tonight.
My predictions for the night.
Bottom 2: Lloyd Daniels and Jamie Archer
Elimination: Lloyd Daniels
The liveblog hits off at 8 pm London time. Join us then. [ Watching Doctor Who rt now ]
After the jump – Liveblog continues.
Apologies for not liveblogging the event but just updating at once of the show tonight. And big thanks for still joining the discussion. I am on a holiday in the South of England, and it was a big deal for me to get a Wi-Fi connection. This made it impossible for me to liveblog it, so we are instead just posting the show update of sorts. [ In a way, I am liveblogging it whilst watching the show, but posting it at once] Now that I have established how I am blogging it, let’s get on with the show.
Last week’s Movie week turned out to be a very controversial week with Simon’s consecutive second chickening out decision which resulted in sending Lucie . But moving on, tonight is the night – the contestants are taking on songs of one of the best bands in Rock History – Queen. I love and worship Queen. I worship Freddie Mercury and Brian May and Roger Taylor’s backing vocals. I even love Queen performing with Paul Rodgers. And let’s hope Simon does not chicken out this week and steps up as a man. The show is just about to start. The liveblog is live after the jump. Cheerio!
Tonight’s result show will see one of the 9 acts being eliminated, and only 8 will remain. The top 8 will come back for next week’s performance night. Rock Night posed a lot of challenge for all the acts, and some outperformed others. While Jamie, Olly and Rachel shined through, Danyl gave in to the pressure of being in the bottom 2 last week. As for Stacey and Joe, their performances were likeable. I still utterly hate Jedward although their performance last night was entertaining to be honest. Lucie’s performance was weak but the worst performer of the night goes to Lloyd.
And tonight on the results show, we will see X Factor’s most successful band till date – JLS perform.
Also performing is Jon Bon Jovi.
My predictions for tonight’s results still remains the same
Bottom 2: Lloyd Daniels and John&Edward. [ Although, I think that Danyl could be in the bottom 2 again]
Eliminated: Lloyd Daniels.
We’ll find out the results at 8 pm Live, London Time. Do join us for the Liveblog. Until then, discuss in the comments section. Cheerio!
Hello people. I can’t contain the excitement this week. It’s my favourite genre tonight. It’s ROCK WEEK! \m/ The Top 9 acts are performing Rock Numbers tonight on the X Factor and I am really excited to know what Jamie and Danyl will be singing tonight. After a shocking elimination of Miss Frank last week, I am desperate now to get the twins – Jedward to be kicked out of the competition. But Rock Week is going to be a bit tough on Danny’s girls as Diva week was for the boys. All of Simon’s and Danny’s acts are safe so far. Louis’ hopes in the competition are the twins, which fairly translates to – Not this year again Louis. As for the performances I am looking forward to the most are of Danyl, Olly and Jamie.
The song choices for this week have been revealed. Bon Jovi is the mentor of the week and he’ll be performing live on the results show tomorrow.
After the Jump—> The entire playlist of this week’s song choices – Rock week, and the Liveblog of the X Factor Live Show 4 with the Top 9 [goes Live at 8 pm London Time]