Janet Devlin Eliminated From X Factor
Sunday night, Janet Devlin, a contestant of X Factor said goodbye to the popular TV show. She was eliminated from the show as a semi final contestant. After being eliminated from the show, she was reported of saying, “I'm not X Factor material, and I've said this from the audition, I'm just who I am. I don't think it's what The X Factor wanted. I'm just glad they still gave me the opportunity to be on the live shows”.
While describing Janet Devlin a misfit for the X factor, Judge Gary Barlow said that her performances have become predictable and less exciting. Her performance on Saturday was also not up to the mark as she forgot some of the wordings of the popular song Mmm Bop, which is originally written and performed by Hanson band.
After failing to perform well on Saturday night, the singer Janet Devlin made an excuse of bad health. Moreover, her second performance of “Red Hot Chili Peppers” couldn’t do much to save her from the axe of audience.
She got least votes and had to be eliminated. Acknowledging her achievements in the show, she bids adieu to the show. However, while leaving she refused to believe the rumors regarding Misha B, a contestant in semi final, to have bullied the other contestants. She said that Misha B has never bullied anyone on the stage or at the backstage.
She suggested that opportunities should be given to the contestants to play their own musical instrument on the stage so that their artistic quality could be brought in the lime light. While bidding goodbye to the audiences, she said to judges and her fellow contestants that she will continue writing songs and will keep looking forward to greater opportunities.
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