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  1. The X Factor (British TV series) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_X_Factor_(UK_TV_series)

    The X Factor is a British reality television music competition to find new singing talent. Created by Simon Cowell, the show began broadcasting on 4 September 2004 with 445 episodes broadcast over fifteen series as of 2 December 2018.

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  2. The X Factor - Wikipedia › wiki › The_X_Factor

    The X Factor is a television music competition franchise created by British producer Simon Cowell and his company SYCOtv.It originated in the United Kingdom, where it was devised as a replacement for Pop Idol (2001–2003), and has been adapted in various countries.

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    Nov 03, 2018 · There are a total of 14 seasons of the X Factor, with a total of 417 episodes of the show – that’s before this new season. MasterChef 2021 | Trailer - BBC Trailers Within those seasons, there have been a ton of judges, including Mel B, Nick Grimshaw, Nicole Scherzinger, Rita Ora and, of course, Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne.

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  5. The X Factor (British series 13) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_X_Factor_(British

    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The thirteenth series began airing on ITV on Saturday 27 August 2016 and ended on Sunday 11 December 2016. Dermot O'Leary returned to present the main show on ITV for the ninth time to replace Olly Murs and Caroline Flack, who left after series 12.

  6. The X Factor (British series 5) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_X_Factor_(UK_series_5)

    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The fifth series was broadcast on ITV from 16 August 2008 until 13 December 2008. Dermot O'Leary returned to present the main show on ITV, while Fearne Cotton was replaced by Holly Willoughby as presenter of spin-off show The Xtra Factor on ITV2.

  7. The X Factor (British series 9) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_X_Factor_(British

    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The ninth series began airing on ITV on 18 August 2012 and ended on 9 December 2012. Dermot O'Leary returned as presenter of the main show on ITV, whilst Caroline Flack and Olly Murs returned to co-present The Xtra Factor on ITV2.

  8. The X Factor UK (Series 7) | The X-Factor Wiki | Fandom › wiki › The_X_Factor_UK_(Series_7)
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    The show was presented by Dermot O'Leary for the fourth year running, with spin-off show The Xtra Factor presented by Konnie Huq on ITV2. Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue and Cheryl Colereturned as judges.

    Category Change:The Over 25s became the Over 28s for the first time. Wildcards:This was the first series to introduce a wildcard twist as the judges were allowed to bring back a contestant who had originally been eliminated at Judges' Houses. Live Shows:In a change to the live shows, there were sixteen finalists instead of twelve with the addition of four wildcards in each category. This was the first series to feature four acts in the final instead of three. Semi-Final Sing-Off:Due to the final featuring four acts instead of three, this was the first series to have a sing-off in the semi-final.


    See: List of The X Factor UK auditionees (series 7) Notable returnees included Treyc Cohen who first auditioned for the show in Series 6 and made it all the way to Judges' Houses before being eliminated. Runner-up Rebecca Ferguson also auditioned during the same series but did not make it far. Cher Lloyd also previously auditioned twice (during Series 5 and Series 6) but did not make it far. Liam Payne also auditioned during Series 5 but was told that he was too young and was thus rejected. J...


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    Contestants On 25 August, it was announced that contestant Shirlena Johnson had been asked to leave the show because of concerns over her mental health, that she had apparently kept hidden from the producers. Johnson's successful audition was broadcast on 21 August. Johnson's mother claimed that producers knew of Johnson's medical history as they requested her general practitioner's details at bootcamp, but producers said the medical report arrived late. A spokesperson said, "The welfare of contestants is of paramount importance, and for this reason it has been agreed that Shirlena Johnson should not continue in the competition." The decision to form two groups, Belle Amie and One Direction, from soloists at the end of the bootcamp stage was branded unfair by some of the other groups, as neither had entered the competition as groups. The controversy deepened after Cowell put through both Belle Amie and One Direction and picked just one of the original applicants. Cowell defended the...

    This was the second series where the winning act and and runner-up performed different potential winner's singles, the first being in its inaugural series. From Series 2 to Series 6 they performed...
    This series featured the most watched audition on YouTube courtesy of female duo Ablisa who performed Shayne Ward's winner's single "That's My Goal" badly and received four no's from the judges. Th...
    This was the first year to have Wildcards during the live shows.
    Katie Waissel currently holds the record for most appearances in the bottom 2, four times while winner Matt Cardlehad the longest reign topping the public vote from week 2 until his victory
  9. X Factor winner list: who won each series so far and what ... › culture › x-factor-winner-list-past
    • Steve Brookstein (2004) Both Brookstein’s single and album went to number one, but in 2005 he was dropped from his record label Sony BMG and later went on to criticise The X Factor and Simon Cowell.
    • Shayne Ward (2005) Shortly after his win, Ward achieved his first Christmas number one single with That’s My Goal in 2005. The song remained at the top spot for four consecutive weeks.
    • Leona Lewis (2006) Lewis’ winner’s single – a cover of Kelly Clarkson’s A Moment Like This – broke a world record and became the second best selling single of 2006 despite being released just weeks before the end of the year.
    • Leon Jackson (2007) Jackson’s version of Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey’s hit When You Believe became the fastest selling single of 2007. However, over a year later, the Scottish native was dropped by Sony BMG after his album Right Now sold just 130,000 copies.
  10. Controversy and criticism of The X Factor (British TV series ... › wiki › Controversy_and_criticism

    The series has also been criticised for developing singers as marketable products rather than creative individuals. As of April 2020, there have been a total of fifteen completed series of the show broadcast on the ITV network, as well as spin-offs The X Factor: Celebrity (2019) and The X Factor: The Band (2019).

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