Harry Hill's X Factor spoof 'I Can't Sing' arrives in the West End next year, and here are the moments from the show we hope feature.
Team Jessie J - Cassius Henry v David Faulkner
After Saturday night's show - the first of the Battle Rounds - nine acts left. So what happened in the second batch of Battles? Find out who went and who stayed in our round-up!
Team Jessie J - Cassius Henry v David Faulkner
Cassius Henry is a 32-year-old from London. Signed at a young age, he appeared on Top of the Pops, worked with Kanye West and toured with R Kelly. At the Blind Auditions, Cassius impressed with Closer by Ne-Yo. Meanwhile, David Faulkner (in the cap) took on a massive Motown hit with Stevie Wonder's Superstition.
Cassius and David went head-to-head singing Michael Jackson's Beat It, because coach Jessie wanted it to be like a fight, and a fight it was! Will.i.am was wowed by the guys' performance, and Danny agreed. However the choice was Jessie's.
She chose Cassius to go through to the live shows, so it's bye-bye David!
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To be honest.
Every singer through or not through have been better than any x factor contestant i have ever seen orr heard bar one, leona lewis.
Solely judged on THE VOICE and not some big headed look at me K__B.
Wil i Am i think is as honest as day follows night and will win this competition. Sorry Tom, Jessie and Danny.
The man to your right clearly Knows what the future of music is going to be.
See you all saturday again.
2- Refreshingly the majority of the 90 minute run time is actually spent on the acts performing. That is very unlike X Factor/BGT where there is an enormous amount of adverts, build up and completely irrelevant time on the judges daily chit chat, make-up, coming & goings etc.
3 - 90% of the singers were better than anyone i have seen on X Factor.
turning into another farce saddly and it had so much potential to be a different and honest competition. Now it's not about the voice but the potential. Re name the program "The Potential"
The show is good but the the singers seem to scream a lot rather than sing which I really hate & would never buy records where people just whine loud.
Judging should NOT be based on Age but on Talent & I was disappointed that they kept choosing because someone was 17 & they were once 17 - so what - everyone has dreams no matter what age - some are luckier to get the chance earlier than others so I was not impressed by some choices. The principle is good but you also cannot have 2 people singing against one. They should have made pairs compete against each other. Some fine tuning to the show remains so let's see how it progresses but if the attitudes do not improve re age, etc., I would be bored & not watch.
Have been watching this program with great interest, my 1st thought was "Oh no not another Talent contest". But hey!!!! it is brill, i was amazed at the real talent out there. We have great judges who have a wealth of experience, so come on Britain we have some of the best vocals in the world, lets show them what we can do. But do you think we are putting to much pressure on their voices, as they are shouting / and battling to hard, i somtimes am unable to hear the lyrics.So singer's spoil their real talent by doing this, but then it is human nature that when you hear the word battle, you go for it, because it's their chance of a life time. Lets just hope the live show will allow us to enjoy this talent.
Totally negates the original U.S.P. which was that it WASN'T about image and youth. You couldn't now slip a fag paper between this and X Factor.
The "voices" are pretty good, on the whole, but there are, perhaps, too many "shouters". The idea of concentrating on "voice" rather than "image" is a good one. Trouble is, now the "voices" are all chosen for the later stages of the contest, we - and the judges/coaches - now know what they look like, how old they are etc. etc. - which seems to defeat the object of this "it's all about the voice" notion.
Was enjoying The Voice up until now!
Now it is absolutely NOT fair!
Between each of two singers battling it out you could be sure:
1. The youngest would be picked - regardless of quality of voice
2. the slim one would be picked - regardless of voice
3 Those who pulled the poor little me(crying/large sad eyes) women & men (or should I say ponsy boys) This will destroy me if you DO NOT PICK ME!!!!
They picked some who were good alround.
But I won't be watching it again. Lost my faith in the judges sorry COACHES.
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