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Old 14-10-2013, 17:44
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Closing in on tamera every day. I expect them to be favourites by the end of the week
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Old 14-10-2013, 17:46
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Yes, definitely.

I have to admit, I find them a little annoying when they aren't performing. However, you can't deny that they were one of the highlights of Saturday's show. I thought there were so on point.
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Old 14-10-2013, 17:47
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After Week 1 really? They were good but JLS were the best group we had on XF IMO (do Journey South and G4 count as groups? If they do, I'd say those two).
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Old 14-10-2013, 17:48
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Yes, i too have been swayed into the Rough Copy camp. So as too speak.
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Old 14-10-2013, 17:49
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They were my favourite group last year even though they didn't make it, and are my favourites this year, so glad they came back. However, I do think Kingsland Road will give them more of a run for their money than they would have got last year.

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Old 14-10-2013, 18:05
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As long as either Tamera or Rough Copy win I'm fine I think there the only ones I could actually see doing well outside of the competition .
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Old 14-10-2013, 18:14
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Don't think they will win but they will be the last group standing.
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Old 14-10-2013, 18:16
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Not a fan of their kind of music but I can see them make a push for the win.
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Old 14-10-2013, 18:17
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I wasn't expecting to like them as much as I do, but they were definitely my highlight of Saturday night's show and probably my favourites for the time being.
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Old 14-10-2013, 22:38
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After Week 1 really? They were good but JLS were the best group we had on XF IMO (do Journey South and G4 count as groups? If they do, I'd say those two).
Also JLS were squeaky clean in comparison .

Rough Copy have too many skeletons in the cupboard .

Some of the stories I've read are harrowing !
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Old 14-10-2013, 22:51
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I think this group will gain a lot of popularity and may take over Tamera as favourite eventually. Anyway as long as either Tamera, Hannah or Rough Copy (Miss Dynamix excluded as I can't see them winning anymore) win I'll be happy
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Old 15-10-2013, 00:38
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For 80's weekend they should have sung "Pass the Dutchie"
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Old 15-10-2013, 02:22
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Also JLS were squeaky clean in comparison .

Rough Copy have too many skeletons in the cupboard .

Some of the stories I've read are harrowing !
Whats stories??
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Old 15-10-2013, 02:26
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I dont know why Tamera is the favourite. I think the stories in the press will count against her, Hannah is much more likeable, although I guess the show will pimp Tamera.

I would say Sam B, Rough Copy and Nicolas should all have shorter odds than Tamera. I think I would put Nicolas as favourite right now.
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Old 15-10-2013, 02:49
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You'd better all vote for them all they'll go back to assaulting people.
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Old 15-10-2013, 03:14
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I dont know why Tamera is the favourite. I think the stories in the press will count against her, Hannah is much more likeable, although I guess the show will pimp Tamera.

I would say Sam B, Rough Copy and Nicolas should all have shorter odds than Tamera. I think I would put Nicolas as favourite right now.
Nicholas's odds have lengthened quite a bit though
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Old 15-10-2013, 07:30
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Yes, definitely.

I have to admit, I find them a little annoying when they aren't performing. However, you can't deny that they were one of the highlights of Saturday's show. I thought there were so on point.
Yep, I agree, I don't like their off-stage antics and I'm hoping that "God," isn't going to make an appearance every time they get through..it reminds me of Serena Williams who always bangs on about "Jehovah My God," whenever she wins a tournament..

I remember a few years back an auditionee who did much the same.
She never shut up about it, but obviously, the Lord had other plans for her..as she was kicked out @ Boot Camp.

Vocally, they're pretty impressive and one of them, IMO, is pretty cute..the one who did mention "God,"

So, I guess, in the spirit of "love thy neighbour," and all that, I'll forgive him

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Old 15-10-2013, 07:48
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Some of the stories I've read are harrowing !
Such as....?
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Old 15-10-2013, 08:54
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Yep, I agree, I don't like their off-stage antics and I'm hoping that "God," isn't going to make an appearance every time they get through..it reminds me of Serena Williams who always bangs on about "Jehovah My God," whenever she wins a tournament..

I remember a few years back an auditionee who did much the same.
She never shut up about it, but obviously, the Lord had other plans for her..as she was kicked out @ Boot Camp.

Vocally, they're pretty impressive and one of them, IMO, is pretty cute..the one who did mention "God,"

So, I guess, in the spirit of "love thy neighbour," and all that, I'll forgive him

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How dare you.

What's the problem of they want to thank God? They're clearly religious. They aren't shoving their religion down your throat.

They just felt the need to thank something they have a spiritual connection with.

Why's that a problem for you? I'm sure if they thanked their Mums each time, you wouldn't be making an issue about it?


I do agree with you about their attractiveness though.
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Old 15-10-2013, 09:13
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That's nice...(said in Mrs Browns voice)
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Old 15-10-2013, 09:19
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What's the problem of they want to thank God? They're clearly religious. They aren't shoving their religion down your throat.

They just felt the need to thank something they have a spiritual connection with.

Why's that a problem for you? I'm sure if they thanked their Mums each time, you wouldn't be making an issue about it?


I do agree with you about their attractiveness though.
I have absolutely no problem with them feeling the need to thank something they have a spiritual connection with..

I have a spiritual connection with something myself and am "clearly religious," and am happy to discuss that with other people.

Any "thanking," I'd do?
It's something I do in private,

I'm not comfortable when people go around with the word "God," on their lips, every hour, of every day.

Religious views, IMO are a private matter, or to be shared with like minded people..in a church, mosque, temple, for example.

When someone says something like that in public, I would view it as having it "shoved down my throat," so to speak..

I object to it, in the same way, I would object to someone insisting, in a public forum, that they wanted to lead a communal prayer, or song in which we were all to be involved which laid claims on things I have no belief in.

There was a big to do, a while back in the States where someone opened a council meeting with a moralizing prayer, which amounted to a political rant, in the name of "God," and several people walked out and there was a big fuss about how "offensive," they were for doing so..

In such a situation, I'd do the same..

However, that said, should they continue to do the "God," thing, I have as much right to object, as they have to do it.

That, in my book, is what "freedom," is all about.

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Old 15-10-2013, 09:45
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I have absolutely no problem with them feeling the need to thank something they have a spiritual connection with..

I have a spiritual connection with something myself and am "clearly religious," and am happy to discuss that with other people.

Any "thanking," I'd do?
It's something I do in private,

I'm not comfortable when people go around with the word "God," on their lips, every hour, of every day.

Religious views, IMO are a private matter, or to be shared with like minded people..in a church, mosque, temple, for example.

When someone says something like that in public, I would view it as having it "shoved down my throat," so to speak..

I object to it, in the same way, I would object to someone insisting, in a public forum, that they wanted to lead a communal prayer, or song in which we were all to be involved which laid claims on things I have no belief in.

There was a big to do, a while back in the States where someone opened a council meeting with a moralizing prayer, which amounted to a political rant, in the name of "God," and several people walked out and there was a big fuss about how "offensive," they were for doing so..

In such a situation, I'd do the same..

However, that said, should they continue to do the "God," thing, I have as much right to object, as they have to do it.

That, in my book, is what "freedom," is all about.

Rich.
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You make some very good points!

Can't argue that

It's just the way your phrased it, seems like you were condemning them for what they believe in.

Glad you cleared it up!
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Old 15-10-2013, 12:06
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You make some very good points!

Can't argue that

It's just the way your phrased it, seems like you were condemning them for what they believe in.

Glad you cleared it up!
No worries..

I strongly defend anyone's right to believe and express their views about anything..

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Old 15-10-2013, 12:11
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Vocally, they're pretty impressive and one of them, IMO, is pretty cute..the one who did mention "God,"
He is adorable
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Old 15-10-2013, 12:13
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He certainly is!

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