X Factor: Is it serious?

Danish well-known - 29. dec. 2019 - at. 06:31 Rejects the wild increase in wages: - It has never been So we must to it again. 1. January, the hangover and the

X Factor: Is it serious?

Danish well-known - 29. dec. 2019 - at. 06:31 Rejects the wild increase in wages: - It has never been So we must to it again. 1. January, the hangover and the

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 January 2020 Thursday 04:00
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X Factor: Is it serious?

Danish well-known - 29. dec. 2019 - at. 06:31 Rejects the wild increase in wages: - It has never been

So we must to it again. 1. January, the hangover and the 'X Factor'. And everything is pretty much as it usually is. Famous and best-selling, Oh Land, and Thomas, Culture is again the judges, and once again it is Culture (which has been there in 12 out of 13 seasons) to sell the goods. Therefore, he is of course also the first man on the screen.

Followed by a long, unctuous rant about music's redemptive potential. There is something almost comic know that 'X Factor' so stubbornly keeps trying to run itself in the position as a 'serious program' for now, to quote the Culture directly. I wonder if he even believe it? I doubt it.

Danish well-known - 27. dec. 2019 - at. 18:31 Therefore he moves: - I can't keep it off

That the 'X Factor' is primarily an entertainment programme with musical performances and the judges and the host as the hub, which was also highlighted here in the premiereafsnittet, where one has spent a considerable amount of time to celebrate Sofie Linde's birthday and popularity. With a little assumed jealousy from the Quality of the page. The latter had also just transferred to a romper to his newly born son. 'Serious programme of music' - come on.

You had also taken the consequence of the fact that the most entertaining aspect to 'the X factor' has always been the so-called auditions, which more or less talented aspirants trying to get through the eye of the needle, so that the part of the program this year has expanded from three to four sections.

Danish celebrity - 30. dec. 2019 - at. 19:16 Oh Land sandwiched between the kamphaner: I'm used to it

in turn, has been screwed down a bit for udskamningsaspektet, and we should, in fact, the entire 23 minutes into the first paragraph, before the first participant was sent home. It went out over the 38-year-old Debbie from Newport, which, at the uklædelig show managed to take two of its innocent daughters with in the fall. Which quite justified triggered a fierce scolding from the Culture.

It was then the beginning of a five minute freakshow, in yes-the hats were again taken at. On the softly guitarspillende woman with the kræftsyge gf went ahead because of the good story, rather than the musical talent, however, is still obscure. The same applies renovationsarbejderen, who had put the alcohol on the shelf. His spontaneous rap on the way out suggested, however, at a certain musicality.

Danish well-known - 29. dec. 2019 - at. 22:25 Hard Culture: I give the parents a guilty conscience

In the last season, it was allowed to perform his own songs for the audition. Now, if you had to take it there with 'serious program' quite seriously, so it should actually be a requirement. Possibly there would then more often be able to get a real artistic talent out of underholdningskonkurrencen than just one time, it has been.

I am glad at least to see how in the world famous and best-selling will get art (he even used the word) out of the fillipinske the Abba copyists. Or any of the other contestants for that matter. But it is still excellent tømmermands-screen tv.

Updated: 02.01.2020 04:00
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