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Wednesday 23 January 2019

So how did they rate?

THE X Factor Live Tour isn't your average gig. It's the TV show without the judges. And Dermot. And the prize. So let's take a closer look at the performances and see which contestant is ready for the big time. (Scores rated 1-10; 10 being the highest).

Matt Cardle: 4

I'd say the guy has painted walls with more personality. He looks like he's been dragged against his will to sing at a wedding. And if you're gonna pretend to play the guitar, try to keep up with the track.

Cher Lloyd: 5

At least she makes an effort. Bit scary, though. Might want to ditch the Avril Lavigne tunes.

Aiden Grimshaw: 5

This one's a bit intense, isn't he? The voice could very well save him, though.

One Direction: 7

Hmmm, getting a little help in the vocal department, are we? Messing up a few dance steps and ... oh, who cares? These lads will be HUGE.

Mary Byrne: 8

A truly talented vocalist and one of the only acts tonight who doesn't try too hard. She doesn't need to.

Katie Waissel: 3

Anyone else notice that nervous little wave every five seconds? Me too. Anyone else notice anything talented about the girl? Me neither.

Wagner: 4

Christ almighty -- the man is actually real. And scarier than Cher. At least it's kind of strangely entertaining.

Paije Richardson: 5

This one may just slip from our minds quicker than the others, but at least he's fun.

Rebecca Ferguson: 7

Leona Lewis would want to watch her back. That's all I'm saying.

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