“The X Factor” UK 2015 finale countdown begins. There is not even a week left for the big day that will decide the winner of the grand finale.
The X Factor UK 2015 witnessed some solid performances and some disappointing misses on Saturday’s semi-final act. There was cut throat competition seen between Louisa Johnson, Lauren Murray, Reggie N Bollie and Che Chesterman. The contestants performed two songs each with the hope of advancing to next week’s finale. It was a mixture of good and poor performances, reported ibtimes.co.in
Lauren Murray was voted out of the competition. It seems she didn?t take the news well. Before singing her heart out for the crowd, she came out on stage in tears. Looks like it didn?t help her vocal or is it that she already knew she was not going to make it for the finale? She later denied appearing with her mentor Rita on spin-off show ?The Xtra Factor? as she was totally upset about the outcome of that evening?s performance. Rita Ora was actually interviewed on her behalf, according to telegraph.co.uk
“She’s literally just so upset, I have to just keep reminding her how amazing she is,” Rita said. “She’s OK, it’s just one of those things, it just gets to you sometimes.”
Well, Che bagged the last spot in the final by giving outstanding performance and touched the crowd over with the emotional rendition.
Lauren will be missed at the finale, more so as it would have been great to witness the big-voiced epic showdown between her and Louisa. It looks like the fight of the big voices will be between Louisa and Che. On the other hand it can be Reggie N Bollie literally winning this competition, particularly since it feels like the UK is looking for a different kind of popstar than your usual X Factor winner, as per rickey.org
I have the feeling that Louisa might win this finale as she has got that voice. But honestly, it is extremely difficult to predict who will be the one.
Who do you think will be the winner? The much-awaited grand finale coming weekend is going to be an absolutely crazy one.
The grand event will be held on December 12 and December 13 – at Wembley SSE Arena.