'X Factor's' Josh Levi 'honored' by Chris Brown, Michael Jackson musical comparisions

For "The X Factor" Top 10 performances, Josh Levi turned the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams" into a cool R&B jam for British Invasion week -- complete with some dancing bobbies in the background that judge Simon Cowell thought were ridiculous. But Levi tells Zap2it he's just flattered Simon thinks he doesn't need them."It's hard ... because I'm performing and can't see what's happening behind me," says Levi. "I am honored that he said I can command the stage without them. But I don't know, they're there for a reason. We'll see what happens next week."Levi has become known for his interesting arrangements for the songs he chooses, but he says he definitely can't take the credit. "I worked with our producer [Julian Bunetta] who's really the genius behind the production of my songs. I kind of pitch in my melodies and stuff -- it's collective but Julian is the mastermind behind the stuff," says Levi.Judge Demi...



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