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X-Factor: Live shows Week 2

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Forget what the papers and judges say, here's what the tweople say!

Nu Vibe

@EvadneyC Evadney
#Nu Vibe better step up this week or it's home time for them.

@Caligraphist The Caligraphist®
I was waiting for the harmonies.... #XFactor

@MannyUK Manny
This group really needs to not and try and harmonise. Ever!

@janay_louise Janay Louise
What is this noise?

@LoukiaC Loukia
Is the middle one in JLS AND Nu Vibe? #Xfactor

@Christiana1987 Christiana Mbakwe
Collectively they have the charisma of magnolia paint. #Xfactor

sorry Nu Vibe are still Dead Vibe for me..... they are like 4 of the members of boybands that normally stand in the background and do nuthin


@LoukiaC Loukia
Fucking hell. It's the singing big toe. #Xfactor

@danwootton Dan Wootton
I'm a big Sami Brookes fan. And she is looking HAWT! Size sexy all the way! #xfactor

@Christiana1987 Christiana Mbakwe
NO. This wig, this song, this dress is not for you. #Xfactor

Sammie is lovely ...but...... Whitney?? come on mistake ..look what Amelia did last week MJ ..does noone learn on these shows... hell noo

@LoukiaC Loukia
Sami you can sing but you ain't sexy. Spell ya name right for starters. #Xfactor

@TwinTings TwinTings
I recognise those chins, this is blatantly Sonia from Eastenders. #YouGoGirl

@Christiana1987 Christiana Mbakwe
This has to be the most appalling Whitney cover I've ever heard. And to top it all off she's wearing a bolero. Good grief. #Xfactor

@AraTheCoach Ara
is she sitting on the shoulders of a midget under her dress?? #xFactor

@loudmouthmelvin Loudmouth Melvin
nah wasn't feeling that really. She tried pull it back with the soaring notes at the end but that wasn't great #XFactor


@TwinTings TwinTings
Best meeeeeeal I ever haaaaad

@LoukiaC Loukia

@Christiana1987 Christiana Mbakwe
If Beyonce heard this nonsense she'd go into early labour. God said NO. #Xfactor

noooo Craig even u are lettting me down.... fail.. beyonce song oh hell noo..

@Cass_Denton Cass Denton
What's with the blasted hand movements?! Stop that mess!! #XFactor
@LoukiaC Loukia
His sex face must be so awful. #Xfactor

@Caligraphist The Caligraphist®
Craig is still looking like Peter Griffin as a teenager though. #XFactor

@madnewsblog Mad News
RT @MissDjKC: Official the worst Version of 'Best Thing I Never had' #Xfactor

Then twitter messed up so I quit this. X-Factor was boring this week. That's theh main conclusion. According to newspaper reports, they are 2 million viewers down on this time last year. And with good reason


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