James Brock Eliminated from X-factor

James Brock

If you have been watching the x-factor, throughout the season, and we see contestants come and go, the judges have the say who goes and who stay –that’s the difficult part.  We hate to see them go. It’s not the judges fault. It’s America; we have to vote who we like.

The judges eliminated the wrong person Cece should have gone and James Brock should have stayed. James had a good voice when he sang, better than Cece. What’s with the leopard spots on her face? Is she trying to channel a leopard? It’s a fashion statement.  The judges should have judged on the voice and not the look, but in Hollywood, everything  is imaged. It depends how you look and present yourself to the audience and of course, your voice.

James Brock would make it in Hollywood. He has the voice, and he can sing. He has the image, and he’s gay. It doesn’t matter about his personal life, but he has the talent. I hope someone see’s him and give him  a record deal, or if he get’s a recommendation from his mentor LA Reid, he can rule the music industry.

The judging was a little bit different than last year, I see why Paula Abdul and Nicole were replaced because they could not make up their mind and took too long to decide, but will it happened again?  Will the ladies, Britney and Demi make a long decision sometime in the future of elimination even Simon does it too? It is always good to make a quick decision and then tell what did not work for the judges – that would be easy.

If the contestants, X-factor, American Idol and American Got Talent can stick to this lesson: match your voice to a song and pick the right song. Everything  is song choice, and we hear this from the judges all the time, pick the song that matches your voice and the contestants can be a winner. And dress to success, make a good appearance, dress to impress, and be a stand out in a crowd.

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