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Sunday, October 7, 2012

'You show everyone how it is done!' Ella Henderson,16, steals the first live X Factor show with her incredible vocals and unanimous praise from the judges

By SARAH FITZMAURICE

The winner of the X Factor? Ella Henderson wowed the judges and viewers at home with her incredible performance

She might be the youngest person in the competition but after tonight's stellar performance Ella Henderson proved that she is most definitely a strong contender to win.
The Grimsby-born teenager wowed the judges with her spectacular rendition of Take That's Rule The World on the first live show of the 2012 series.
Her mentor Tulisa Contostavlos was full of praise for her young protégé and said: 'You show everyone how it is done,' before adding: 'You nailed it'.

The judges are impressed! Tulisa, Gary and Nicole were up on their feet showing just how they impressed they were with Ella

Gary Barlow, who wrote the track was equally enthused with the act and told Ella: 'I’ve got to be honest I’ve got to be honest there is nothing worse than someone singing my song 10 times better than me.'
He added: 'Stunning...Oh my god 16-years-old, the feel, the way you sing, it is absolutely extraordinary.'
Nicole Scherzinger stood up and asked the crowd to congratulate the teen with a standing ovation and said: 'There are no words you are stunning in every way....you are from another planet.'

So young but so much talent! Ella's vocals left man fans of the show posting on Twitter that she will win

And it appears that none of the judges had any criticism of the young star as Louis Walsh compared her to Leona Lewis.
Fans also took to Twitter to give the songstress their tweets of approval, one person wrote: 'Ella Henderson X Factor 2012 winner? i think soo!'
While another said: 'I think Ella Henderson should win this #xfactor'.
There was certainly no shortage of amazing talent on display with Jahmene Douglas, James Arthur and Melanie Masson getting some rave reviews from the judges.
But not all the acts were popular as Rylan Clark proved to be a contentious contestant causing an argument between Gary Barlow and Nicole Scherzinger his mentor.
The Essex boy's performed an over-the-top rendition of Gold by Spandau Ballet.

Gold, really? Rylan Clark proved to be a controversial contestant with Gary Barlow slamming his singing ability

The show proved explosive viewing from the start and just moments after the show had started the four wildcard acts took to the stage and listened out for their fate.
Christopher Maloney gained the most public votes and broke down in tears on learning that he would get the chance to perform.
The theme for the week was 'Heroes' and Olympic athletes were seated in the crowd to up the ante of the show.

Look who is back! One Direction made a surprise appearance but didn't perform

With that formality out of the way the first act District 3, formerly GM3, took to the stage to kick off the performances.
The trio performed Tina Turner's classic track Simply The Best but their performance proved somewhat of a luke-warm way to start the show.
Gary alluded to their mediocre performance with his critique telling them: 'You did a pretty good job I don’t know where the talent will spike but I think you will be about middle.'
Following the first act former X Factor contestants One Direction appeared on stage but rather than perform it seems they were present in an advisory capacity only.

Honest critique: Gary told James that he worried some of his edges were becoming smoother and told him not to change







source: dailymail


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