‘The X Factor’ UK results: Sam Callahan, Hannah Barrett, Miss Dynamix, and a shocker

The latest -Does the British voting public suddenly hate Adele for whatever reason? We don’t quite know what to think after watching what may very well be the most surprising result of “The X Factor” UK so far this season. Heck, this is one of the most shocking results ever when it comes to just the way in which the audience voted.

We’ll start, though, by saying this: There was no way that Miss Dynamix was staying in this competition regardless. It’s just like there was no way that Lady Gaga was not going to do some sort of performance that angered that British watchdog group that gets all angry at least once or twice a season on this show. It was clear that the ladies did not have a big following, and Sese Foster’s recent hospitalization and their awful performance Saturday night did not help.

But who in the world predicted that they would be singing against Hannah Barrett? Her take on Adele’s “Skyfall” was stellar, and the only thing that we can think of is that her personality is not connecting with viewers. She’s too quiet when she’s not singing, and much too serious. She needs to open up, be fierce, and actually learn a little bit from Nicole Scherzinger in that regard. We would have personally put the group up against Sam Callahan, mostly because he has the most questionable singing voice in the competition next to the ladies.

Hannah Barrett, “Read All About It” – This performance was literally Hannah in a nutshell: Great singing, but also too emotional. If there is a piece of advice that we could give to her in future weeks, it is to remember that somewhere in the midst of preparing to perform, this is supposed to be fun. Embrace it! You want to look back at this and say you had fun, and her tearing up at the end suggested almost that this competition is too much for her.

Miss Dynamix, “Don’t You Worry Child” – Had Hannah been up against tougher competition, we would say that this would be a competitive sing-off. But there were bad harmonies, bad vocals, and just a general lack of chemistry here. This is what makes us say that in the end, this sing-off was not really that close at all.

The voting here was so predictable. The judges over-praised Miss Dynamix and even Hannah, and than Dermot had to badger Sharon into saying that she would send home the girl group. Louis wanted to do the same thing. This means that this is the rare season where there is no manufactured group in the top 9. It’s been years since something like that has happened.

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