The competition is likely to become harder day by day as “The X-Factor” UK 2015 has come down to seven acts after “Live Shows” weeks 3. International Business Times India reported that the release of the “Live Shows” week 3’s results on Sunday compelled two acts to leave the show. Max Stone of Simon Cowell’s “Overs” got the lowest vote from the audience for his retention of “Secret Garden” from the 1996 Cameron Crowe’s movie “Jerry Maguire.”
The website even elaborated the results at “Live Shows” week 3 of “The X-Factor” UK 2015 saying that the presenters Caroline Flack and Olly Murs made an announcement that Anton Stephans of Simon Cowell’s “Overs” and Monica Michael of Rita Ora’s “Girls” were placed in the bottom three. This was an indication for them to perform once again to be in the show.
Based on the rules, both performed with their best abilities but elimination of one participant was mandatory to continue the show. Stephans had performed the 1972 released song “If You Don’t Know Me by Now” by the American singing group named “Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes.” Oppositely, Michael had to perform “Broken-Hearted Girl” by “Beyonce.” Finally Michael was sent home based on the votes received by the audience.
According to Mirror, “The X-Factor” finalists reportedly spent a fortnight while living together in a house, which the 26-year old contestant Lauren Murray explains as “Big Brother meets Glee meets prison.” The aspiring singer packed her bags in the previous week and left the house after Kiera Weathers, her close friend was eliminated from the show.
Murray then told the media that she had moved out of the house as she could not stand the camera any longer, Australia Network News reported.
“I have had a little bit of counseling because you do become unbalanced with change. It’s not just because I’m on antidepressants. I think everyone has little breakdowns,” Murray added.
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