For our Tuesday version of “X Factor” USA notes, we are starting things out by discussing charity; namely, what Carly Rose Sonenclar has decided to do to give back to some children in need, which is something that we don’t often see many young teenagers choose to do.
In a post on Twitter Monday night, Carly showed off a group photo she took from “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” on Broadway, and it featured some special guests other than the man standing front and center in Reeve Carney. The children with Carly are all from the Starlight Children’s Foundation, which works to help support sick children and make some of their dreams come true. The West Coast branch of the foundation was also featured on Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelor.” Even before appearing on “The X Factor,” Carly had a history of performing on stage, so there was really no better way to combine some of her interests with a desire to give back.
Fifth Harmony feeling the love – In moving on to a sign of massive fan support, be sure to click here to see just how much the fans of Fifth Harmony are supporting some of its members. Based on the pile of fan mail that she has, AllyBrooke Hernandez is going to be rather busy sending back replies to her fans over the next few months … and although there is not as much photographic evidence for the others, they are likely feeling the same way.
CeCe Frey’s fan campaign – Fifth Harmony is encouraging people right now to vote for them in a new PopDust poll, and now CeCe’s fans are starting up a campaign of their own on Twitter to get her on the annual Maxim Hot 100 list. CeCe retweeted a link to where you can write her in as a possible candidate, and while we do not know very much about this voting process, our assumption is that enough write-in votes will allow you to eventually have a place on the list.
As always, be sure to keep checking back throughout the week for more “X Factor” USA news!