'X Factor' Top 12 go Motown, Josh Levi brought back as Wild Card

"The X Factor" looks the most like "American Idol" than we've ever seen it look before -- the Top 12 are made to do a group sing of Motown hits that is terribly, terribly awkward, plus Motown is also the theme, which is very "Idol" of them. Also, before the songs start, the judges reveal that Josh Levi was brought back as a wild card. That's a great choice, though he should have just taken Carlos Guevara's place because that guy was terrible. But oh well, it's nice that Josh is getting a second chance -- and he's up first. 1. Josh Levi, "Who's Loving You," Jackson 5The show pretends like it surprised Josh and his mom in a diner to tell him he's back in. Uh huh. Anyway, Levi shows off some major pipes on his song. He could definitely stand a lesson in using runs sparingly, but vocally, this is the best he's...



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