For the past weeks of the X-factor we have seen the auditions to boot camp where the contestants work hard in order to perfect their skills in singing. And get a deal to perform in a Pepsi commercial and a record deal and awesome prizes.

However, sadly, one of the acts has to go. The show opened up like a Pepsi commercial try to grab us to drink the Pepsi. Were they lip-syncing? One of the singers was out of sync. That person should have used the mike to cover his lip.

Outasight performed “Tonight is the Night” which is the theme of the Pepsi commercial with clips of the late Michael Jackson, and clips of Britney Spears. Dang, Britney Spear is so hot in the commercial. I need my Pepsi.

Apparently, when Simon Cowel made a joke and Paula was drinking her Pepsi. It could have been Pepsi, or some bubbly water. She did a spit-take. Simon Cowel made her laugh – that was funny.

It’s either Steve Jones or the writers for the teleprompter people. They could have done a little better. They should have gotten Brian Dunkleman, the original host of American Idol. He would be perfect, and he was funny when he was paired with Ryan Seacrest. Steve Jones, forgettable, that’s what Simon Cowell would say. I hope they replace Steve Jones during the second seasons of the X-factor.

“Time to get serious” Jones said. He needs a better catch phrase and a memorable phrase, any suggestions for him.

Anyway, time to get serious. It’s getting there, the catch phrase. Here are the acts that they were save last night. In no particular order: Marcus Canty, Drew, LeRoy Bell, Astro, Lakoda Rayne, Rachel Crow, Chris Rene …

Some of my favorites were saved. Yes!

Then the tension builds. I was wondering why he did not call Stacy Francis and Josh Krajcik.

Steve Jones called out Melanie Amaro. Great!

Then Josh Kracik (He’s my favorite).

Leaving the bottom three and they were: InTENsity, the Stereo Hogzz and … Stacy Francis (My second to win). What?

Then Stacy Francis was safe.

Down to two: InTENsity, the Stereo Hogzz. These two groups belong to Paula Abdul, and she did a tremendous job in mentoring. These two groups had to perform a song to stay in the competition.

Stereo Hogz went with Bee Gee classic “Emotions,” and it was good. While InTENsity went with a Kelly Clarkson song “My Life Would Suck Without You” a great mixture of lead and supportive voices in the group, they were fantastic.

Unfortunately, one of them has to go, and it was the judges’ choices. If it becomes a tie, then it would be lowest votes that go home. So InTENsity went home.  Even so, it will spawn new talent with the group. The singers in the group will become successfully. They are inHollywood. Dreams can come true.