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Bupsi’s rendition of Respect by Aretha Franklin was not the best vocally, but the 37-year-old did enough to go through to Judges’ Houses at Tonatha’s expense.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain today, the X Factor boss said: “I think they’ve got to take some time off. That schedule after five years was unbelievable”.
The X Factor judge also had some words for finalist Anton Stephens. “You do pull weird faces when you sing”.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen”, he replied. “It’s definitely something I am thinking about”, he told.
And to top that, he wowed with Luther Vandross’s A House Is Not A Home which got him a vote of confidence from Nick, Cheryl and Rita.
Each act has now performed for their mentor, but won’t find out if they have made it into the final 12 until a live show that is broadcast from Wembley Arena. “I love you. Let’s get the obvious out the way Jennifer, you are having a seat”, Cowell said to the latter.
However, despite the judges being impressed with Joseph, he was later swapped for Vicki Anne Nash.
These fine tweets leave behind a pretty big question, who exactly was the Simon talking about and does that mean that the contestants who passed through the round are at the risk of being the victims if Cowell decides to make things right?
Bupsi, 37, who has been singing for more than 20 years, has worked with major acts including Destiny’s Child, but her main job in recent years has been her Tina Turner tribute act.
The Besscarr heartthrob first came into the public eye when he joined One Direction on the show’s seventh season in 2010.
Cowell’s girlfriend Lauren Silverman likewise acknowledged the “presence” and even “X-Factor” host Rochelle Humes was reportedly too scared that she had asked her make-up artist to sleep in the same room with her.
After seeing all the performances of the contestants in the Groups category, Fernandez-Versini picked 4th Power, Silver Tone, BEKLN, Menn on Point, The First Kings and Alien.
The X Factor UK airs Sundays and Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on AXS in the US and on Sundays at 7 p.m. BT on ITV in the UK.