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The X Factor: Season 2, Week :: Auditions 3

This week on The X Factor the show heads to Greensboro and Kansas City in search of fresh talent in the third installment of auditions. Find out more in the Kidzworld Recap of "Week 2, Auditions 3" of The X Factor, which aired September 19, 2012.

Chaos in Kansas

One of the most action packed episodes you're likely to see of The X Factor (there's emergency vehicles, sickness, stealing and even a birthday!) This week the show went to Kansas City and back to San Franciso. Simon was too sick  to judge so his friend Louis Walsh, a reality TV pro, filled in as judge, and although the contestants had no problem celebrating Simon's high temperature the show isn't quite as entertaining without his quips. There were a lot of amazing acts this week, like Panda Ross's version of "Bring it on Home to Me," (her amazing performance may have been upstaged by her asthma attack followed by a pick up in a stretcher afterward) and 13-year-old Cinderella-esque Diamond White's version of "It's a Man's World." Tate Stevens, a father in his late 30s, amazed the judges with his Southern charm and genuine country talent. One disgruntled contestant walked off with a  $3000 microphone after a judge walked off and Britney sweetly sang happy birthday to L.A. Reid.

Bootcamp Picks

  • Normani Hamilton: Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools”
  • Brandon Hassan: Ray Lamontagne’s “Trouble”
  • Jeremiah & Josh: an original track called “Now Life Starts”
  • Vino Alan: Ray Lamontagne’s “Trouble”
  • CeCe Frey: Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man”
  • Rizzloe Jones: Freestyle rap using the phrases “X Factor” and marshmallow
  • Tate Stevens: Randy Houser’s “Anything Goes”
  • Citizen: En Vogue’s “Don’t Let Go (Love)”
  • Ally Brooke: Jaci Velasquez’s “On My Knees”
  • Diamond White: James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”
  • Panda Ross: Sam Cooke’s “Bring It on Home to Me”
  • Jessica Espinoza: Pink’s “Nobody Knows”
  • Sister C: Pistol Annies’ “Hell on Heels”

Have Your Say

Who did you think had the best performance of the night? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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