'X Factor's' L.A. Reid shows complete ignorance for music he didn't produce

We started off "The X Factor's" first season really liking L.A. Reid as a judge. He wasn't afraid to disagree and stand up to Simon Cowell, which is something the judges rarely did on "American Idol." We were slightly less on board when L.A. turned into the world's biggest name-dropper. Nary a performance can go by without him mentioning Justin Bieber or Boyz II Men or whoever else he has produced music for. Super annoying. We get it, you work in the music industry. Brush the giant chip off your shoulder and let's move on.But Tuesday night's (Nov. 22) Top 10 performance show really took dislike to a whole new level. After Drew Ryniewicz sang "Skyscraper," L.A.'s entire criticism (which he pointed towards Simon, because L.A. constantly feels the need to prove that he's better than Simon) was that Drew should sing age-appropriate songs, not "songs for people that are 40."Except "Skyscraper" is by Demi...



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