The X Factor success story breakups just keep on coming. First, Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony last year, four years after they got third place. "The X-Factor" musical and romantic duo, Alex & Sierra announced their split. third season of The X Factor and blew away Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, heavily on Alex and Sierra, who were no longer dating at the time. Sierra Deaton, formerly of Alex & Sierra, reflects on her debut solo single and splitting up with her boyfriend and bandmate, Alex Kinsey.
Paulina Rubio looked stylish in a colourful minidress for the occasion Posing up: Paulina couldn't hide her excitement ahead of the show getting into the final phase Here come the boys: Paulina's hopefuls left to right Carlos Guevara, Carlito Olivero and Tim Olstad His fellow judges Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio were also there, with the latter in particularly hamming it up with a variety of over-the-top gestures.
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Kelly, who has been a judge on both the UK and US versions of the show, recently admitted that the American contestants are 'crazier' than those on the other side of the pond. When asked about the difference between the shows' contestants, Kelly said: It seems like all the crazies just want to be in America. Kelly Rowland was also there to pose up with her gang of motley older hopefuls Ab-solutely fabulous: Kelly flashed her toned stomach in a cropped black top and high-waisted trousers Reaching for the stars: Kelly's hopefuls left to right Jeff Gutt, Lillie McCloud and Rachel Potter 'They want to come up there and not know the song, they want to come up there and sound like they're howling and calling for cats, they want to come up there and they're dressed in rainbow costumes … they are delusional, like literally delusional.
She's like, "I'm going to kill you. But Cowell brought them back as a group instead just a month ago. The girls said their voices - and personalities - had 'meshed' since they became a band. They showed off their harmonies as they sang the Rose Royce hit Wishing On A Star as their mothers watched proudly in the audience.
Lovato asked them 'what will happen if you break up' 'There's something special here.
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So he had to axe another band. And it was the end of the line for boyband Wild Thingz, who hugged Cowell as they left the stage. Something to smile about: Mario Lopez was clearly pleased by the couple's advancement in the competition Texas girls Yellow House Canyon - Tatum Sheets, 17, and Bristi McHam, 16 - began singing because there was nothing else to do in their small town.
The pair were seen being comforted by their mothers at home as nerves got the better of them before the performance. They rocked out with Hell on Heels by Pistol Annies.
The adorable couple made it to the final four as other groups were eliminated 'I feel like you guys were having such a wonderful time,' said Kelly who praised their energy. Fellow Texan Demi said: Trio Sweet Suspense opened the show But they'll have to do it without the help of Cowell.
But then they too were brought back together as a group. The boys went go-karting in between practicing.
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They sang Lovebug by the Jonas Brothers - while Cowell grinned away. Simon agreed that the song wasn't right.
You had a vision. We are here to make that vision a reality.
We are here to win! Not making the cut: Texas girls Yellow House Canyon - Tatum Sheets, 17, and Bristi McHam, 16, were nixed from the competition 'I'm going to take a chance on you,' Simon said as he told them they had a seat. So another band had to go.Alex & Sierra Knows Grease Is The Word - THE X FACTOR USA 2013
The best friends admitted they couldn't get the memory of hugging Simon after their audition success out of their minds. It was luxury,' they recalled. But it was bad news for them when they sang a dull version of Landslide by Fleetwood Mac.
It was boring, it was dreary,' said Simon.