Well that did not take long did it, as this usually occurs in March? Can someone tell me the point of watching X-Factor, when the show's producers have their clear favourites (2014 Fleur East), and if the public disagrees with them, they just ignore them anyway, and promote the act they think should have won, throwing the winner under the proverbial bus with a one way ticket to "Brooksteinland". At least The Voice is enjoyable, because you know you are not going to be hearing from any of the acts again after the series has finished!
Post by merrymidlander on Jan 29, 2016 21:09:56 GMT 1
No one even knew Slamming Doors was a single. I didn't. No promo or anything. Simon Cowell too busy concentrating on his favourite Fleur East. I just listened to Slamming Doors not too bad actually. It's better than Fleur's current single. No official video made either.
Last Edit: Jan 29, 2016 21:32:56 GMT 1 by merrymidlander
And yet Fleur East's album is not selling that well, and there's no guarantee her next single will do anything, no surprise though, it's what the show's about "You're amazing, the best thing I've ever heard" 12-18 months later "You're dropped"
It's the inconvenient win syndrome - I am sure Matt Cardle, Leon Jackson, Steve Brookstein were never the producers intentions to win, a bit like Michelle McManus. Where Leona and Alexandra Burke were clearly intended to. It's entertainment I guess, but completely run its course, I cannot even name the last winner.
At least thanks to the reality shows we got Girls Aloud. I never bore of the Girls Aloud back catalogue.