X Factor Halloween Week: Gary Barlow brands Tulisa Contostavlos 'fagash breath!'
James Arthur flies while favourite Ella Henderson flops...
Following Christopher Maloney's cruise ship performance of Died In Your Arms Tonight by Cutting Crew, judge Tulisa Contostavlos asked Gary Barlow: "How many 80s classics are you going to make him destroy?"
The singer/songwriter had little reply, so advised Tulisa to lay off the cigarettes as he could smell her 'fagash breath'. Contostavlos hit back advising him to 'lay off the red wine'. "I can smell that too!" Mature stuff kids!
James Arthur dueted with Labrinth this week and to say he was inspired was an understatement. The rapper asked him to jam with him at the Manchester Academy after being impressed by his performance last week. "It was a totally unreal experience being on stage with Labrinth. He put on a great show and is a real hero of mine."
Let's just say whatever pointers labrinth gave him, he came out tonight a new man!
The Middlesbrough lad sang the Eurythmics Sweet Dreams in a gothic style and took the audience to a dark, angst-ridden place they'd never been before. (Incase you're wondering, it's the same place he keeps his guyliner!)
James wowed the judges with his emotional rendition and all they could do was gush about his talent.
Louis Walsh shouted 'world class!' and warned that a record deal wasn't far away, Tulisa thanked him for always "making an old skool song current" and Gary complimented his artistry.
Pussy Cat Doll Nicole Scherzinger couldn't fault him. "You WILL be an international recording artist."
No longer riding high, Ella Henderson's rendition of Evanescence's Wake Me Up Inside failed to impress.
Gary Barlow didn't like the song choice but praised Ella on an accomplished vocal. Louis didn't like her hair and Nicole Scherzinger described it as her 'least favourite performance. "It was the wrong key for you and anti-climactic."
Although criticised for her balladesque rendition of the rock anthem, Ella told the judges "I wanted to make it my own." She obviously hoped for better comments, "I wanted to do it justice."
Do you think Ella's peaked too soon or is her popularity going to her head? And what of James, can he really make it internationally?
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not quite sure who gary thinks he is MR SUPERSTAR well no actually he isnt
he is a second rate singer/song writer/ musician who got luck many years ago
but to be honest none of the judges are much better
time to GROW UP
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