X Factor 2016: Parker Eliminated, Xtra Factor Live Scandalized By Semi-Naked James
X Factor 2016 judges were not prepared for the sight in store. It left them shocked on Sunday night at what they saw during Xtra Factor Live.
During Xtra Factor Live, judges were aghast to view a semi-naked man exposing himself.
It all happened when they got to see who was behind door No.5, a viewer by the name of James greeted the stars.
The audience did not know where to look and obviously, it drove them into laughter when James came up on the huge screen in just a dressing gown. He was obviously showing all to studio audience and judges.
To quote Mirror in the conversation that occurred, “James, I’ve got to ask – are you a bit nippy?” asked Rylan Clark-Neal as he spotted the caller through the video call.
James answered the question while sipping a drink, “I’m OK, they’ve just put the heating on.”
Nicole was quick to put off James as she was a bit worried that it was not going to be taken well among the viewers. She seemed to be putting off James and his lewd act a bit. What the judges saw awhile later was not exactly a great sight and yes it left them a bit shocked.
Further, during the Sunday night results show, Freddy Parker was a disappointed man. His act faced elimination from this year’s Xtra Factor Live and it left him completely disillusioned.
Parker said he was “devastated” to leave the show at this stage after enjoying every moment of it to the hilt. Although, he was eternally grateful to have bagged the chance to be a part of this ITV competition stage.
Finnish contestant Saara Aalto seemed to have impressed more and made it after the sing-off which relegated Parker.
The spunky and talented teen could not get past and make a mark with the judges. His song, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough did not create the impression that was desired sending him to the bottom two.
In contrast, Aalto had a mesmerizing and sensational performance of Snow Patrol’s Run. X Factor 2016 judges Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne, and Walsh gave her a standing ovation.
During the most important decision time, Osbourne and Scherzinger backed their acts. While Walsh tried to support Aalto, Simon Cowell looked confused and relied more on his instincts.
The public vote system also saw that Freddie Parker had got the fewest votes and there was nothing that could be done other than allowing him to go home.
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