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The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Parents need to know that this talent competition is Simon Cowell’s follow-up to American Idol, and the sharp-tongued judge/talent scout brings his trademark dramatic flair to this new project. Viewers who are well versed in the Idol process will find many similarities between the two shows, including the rampant advertising (Sony and Pepsi are this series’ big investors), tense exchanges between judges and temperamental contestants, and infighting among the panelists themselves. The strongest of the language (“f–k” and “s–t”) is bleeped but unmistakable, and Cowell’s ego takes center stage on many occasions. Some contestants use the opportunity to show off their over-the-top personalities (often punctuated by cross-dressing, sexiness, and suggestive dance moves) more than their actual talent.The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 On the up side, the show is less exclusive than Idol is, welcoming singers as young as 12 and applying no upper age limit, and allowing vocal groups as well as soloists. Once the contestant pool is whittled down to the real competitors, it’s a treat to take in the genuine talent and cheer on a favorite singer or two.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Created by American Idol alum and talent scout Simon Cowell, THE X FACTOR is an open-audition singing competition that offers its winner a $5 million recording contract and a commercial deal with Pepsi. Thousands of hopefuls try out in select cities around the country, hoping to wow not only Cowell and his fellow panelists — L.A. Reid, Nicole Scherzinger, and Paula Abdul — but also the live audience members who are in attendance from the very first audition. Hosted by Steve Jones,The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 this American version of the original British show (also Cowell’s brainchild) welcomes both solo vocalists and musical groups and is open to competitors as young as 12.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Let’s face it: The fact that this series looks and feels so much like the granddaddy of all talent competition reality shows proves that although Cowell left Idol in the dust, he saw no need to fix what wasn’t broken. The process works, even if it does play on the sensational by devoting time to its colorful (if not exactly talented) competitors, and it’s laden with blatant advertising from big-name sponsors Sony and Pepsi. Of course, reality TV would be nothing without a little controversy, and, contestants aside, there’s plenty of that right there at the judges’ table, since Cowell and Reid square off in a showdown of egos from the get-go.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 The bottom line is that The X Factor is designed solely for entertainment, and its combination of inspiring, surprising, and just plain bizarre performances will keep viewers coming back for more. Astute parents can conjure some meaningful themes like perseverance, self-confidence, and not judging a book by its cover to discuss at the show’s end, but this isn’t a series that’s totally age appropriate for the entire family.The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Younger kids won’t understand the verbal berating that goes on between the judges and the contestants, and the process sends the wrong message about competition, so it’s best to reserve this one for time with your tweens and teens.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Tonight’s instalment of The X Factor gave us all the clichés and water-cooler moments we could possibly hope for. There were even some half-decent auditions along the way, although that’s not really the point at this juncture in the competition. It’s not about the vocal gymnastics at this stage; it’s about the circus freaks and occasional stand-out moments. It’s about viewers taking to Twitter to denounce Tulisa’s outfits and to claim the show is all a fix.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 ‘That contestant already has an album out!’ they cry, as if they’ve rumbled a corrupt institution everyone genuinely believed was straight-laced and manipulation-free.At this early stage, we don’t really care who’s good and who isn’t; we just want to be taken on a contrived roller-coaster of emotion. We want something funny, something moving and something irritating between each commercial break. We just want talking points, basically.

The X Factor Season 9 Episode 3 Talking points tonight included a chimney sweep, Louis Walsh’s hair and the colour of Rita Ora’s face in relation to the colour of her body.Nicole Scherzinger had the unenviable job of being a permanent judge amid a slew of interesting and watchable guest judges and the poor lass didn’t fare well. Her assertion in last week’s episode that she’s a ‘crazy b****’ certainly didn’t seem to be true tonight.

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