The X Factor 2016: Honey G is left as Louis goes bonkers, and other things we learnt from Sunday’s six-chair …
September 25, 2016 - accent chair
One over-25 who took her rejecting on a chin was Honey G, a rapping recruitment consultant from “North Weezy” (that’s Harrow to us). “I’m a realest chicky in a diversion right now,” she declared. “I unequivocally wish Sharon doesn’t let a subsequent Jay-Z trip by her fingers”.
Tonight it seemed some-more expected than ever that Honey G has been one large wind-up all along, something even Simon Cowell acknowledged. “If I’m being mugged here, you’re a genius,” he said. Honey G herself mutilated a giggle, and now that she’s been sent home, we’d adore to know who put her adult to all this.
The overs reeked of desperation
So, last night’s show, in that X Factor’s girls and boys categories were whittled down in a Six Chair Challenge, was heartless – though it was zero compared to tonight’s, when it was a spin of Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh spin to disjoin their particular categories (the over-25s and a groups) in two.
It was a overs that were unequivocally worried to watch, with many of a wannabes vagrant for a mark in Sharon’s final 6 given this was their “last chance”. And that’s a problem here – while it’s bad adequate saying heroic 19 year olds removing deserted on primetime TV, when it’s function to people in their thirties and forties who still haven’t achieved their dreams, it’s painful.
Rebekah Ryan, a 40-year-old from Staffordshire who’s been perplexing to make it in a song attention given she was a teenager, couldn’t costume her nerves as she sang Annie Lennox’s Why for a panel. “It was like it was a small bit desperate,” pronounced Louis Walsh. Unfortunately, he was right – Rebekah clearly felt like her life depended on removing by to Judges’ Houses, pathetic “I only couldn’t keep it together”.