X Factor Results: Worst Performances From “#1 Hits” on Nov 28, 2012
Trying to decide which X Factor finalists are in the bottom three is kind of like trying to decide which member of One Direction you wouldn’t want to use for dual citizenship (or whatever). Impossible. We've stress-eaten our way through an entire bag of shrimp-flavored chips making this decision, but the time has come to round up the three performers who were at the bottom of this week's live show. Despite the fact that all of them were even more fabulous than Demi Lovato's enormous eyebrows, the results are in.
1. Diamond White Diamond shines like a diamond (OMG, it's all coming together), but her performance of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" only kinda made us want to dance with her. We were doing the robot, but it was like a sad, slow robot who needs to be oiled. Diamond's voice is fabulous, but as both Demi and L.A. noted, she could have been a little more spirited. In the words of Madonna, get into the groove, girl.
2. Vino Alan Vino, we've lost that loving feeling. Woah, woah, woah. Even though this dude is an inspirational singer-songwriter with FLAMES FOR HAIR, his rendition of the classic Righteous Brothers song left us wanting more. More feelings, more neck tattoos, more blazers, and less reggae. Honestly, if he’s gonna keep disappointing us with his song choice, he might as well sing "With Arms Wide Open" and prison tattoo a bald eagle on his stomach.
3. Fifth Harmony One of the Fifth Harmony gals (Ally Brooke) went through the tragic loss of her grandfather this week, so the entire group deserves a round of applause for being strong enough to perform. And speaking of strength, their rendition of "What Doesn't Kill You (Makes You Stronger)" by Kelly Clarkson was A+. So, why are they on the worst list? To quote our muse, L.A. Reid, "I didn't hear harmony, I heard a unison." We need these girls to get their polyphonic spree on, stat.