Five piece girl group Element, who describe themselves as a mix between Destiny’s Child and Little Mix, are next to the stage with a rousing performance of Maroon 5’s One More Night.
Despite the group saying that they don’t have a lead – Ronan quickly singled out Nada as their strongest vocal talent. It will be interesting to see how the girls run with that advice in the bootcamp stage of the competition!
After initially perplexing the judges a little, self-confessed unique soul Adam O’Brien managed to impress them with his smooth tones as he tackled Alicia Key’s Fallin’.
RedFoo called him the ‘New Zealand Marvin Gaye’ with both Ronan and Dannii loving his unpredictability! All three judges gave him a yes – sending him on to the next stage.
With his glasses on the tip of his nose RedFoo and the rest of the judges stood by a little unsure how to take Hayley Sillar’s rendition of Christina Aguilera’s Nasty Naughty Boy.
But it would seem that sex certainly does sell with the “female version of Johnny Ruffo” making it through to the next round of the comp!
The night ended with the inspirational Ofisa Toleafoa who sang Jennifer Hudson’s I Am Changing – a song he dedicated to his mum who is struggling to accept his homosexuality.
The X-factor does little to enhance or further the talent of Western populations. Young people should visit www.scholarrelief.com to showcase their talent and get funded for educational purposes.
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