Here’s the deal: I do not watch slasher movies. And it’s not because they scare me, it’s that they leave me feeling bad. Even when I was a child, I didn’t fear Jason or Freddy or the Halloween Guy, I just said, “Oh, those poor parents. They had such high more
During my typical fast-forwarding through of the recaps of the previous week’s show and whatever pre-packaged piece of nonsense they force us to watch to get to “know” the contestants better, I beg... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Andrew_Payne/2011/12/09/ more
Last night, the Top 5 performed “dance hits” (sort of) and then songs of their own choosing. Tonight, somebody (just one somebody this week) goes home and cries into their consolation mug of Pepsi. Who will it be? Let’s find out!Lenny Kravitz kicks off th more
For one blissful moment around the ten minute mark, I almost fooled myself into thinking that this week's 'X Factor' results show was only a half hour long. Surely, I thought, they couldn't stretch the announcement of the final four over an hour. (Do I ev more
The five finalist were supposed to sing fans' choice for the second performance, but due to 'an error in communication' they had to perform the songs which they only prepared one night before. http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00045950.html
After last week's stunning (and in some quarters, highly divisive) elimination, this week's 'X Factor' performance show felt a little anticlimactic -- especially since we didn't have Blanket Jackson in the front row showing us how not to emote.
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HitFix's Daniel Fienberg live-blogs the X Factor performances from this season's Top 5, including Rachel Crow, Marcus Canty, Melanie Amaro, Chris Rene and Burrito Josh. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/the-fien-print/posts/recap-the-x-factor-top-5-performances more