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View Poll Results: Why do you watch the X-factor
I don't watch it at all... 0 0%
I like hearing the talented ones 0 0%
I like to laugh at the freaks 1 14.29%
I like to laugh at the judges 0 0%
Simon Cowell 0 0%
I don't watch it at all... 6 85.71%
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Old 03 Sep 2005, 19:00   #1 (permalink)
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On principle, i refuse to watch reality tv, especially pop-idol and its spin-offs. x-factor means nothing to me.
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"I like to laugh at the freaks" ;D lol! I voted for the last option as I generally don't watch realities, although I'll remember to watch the X-Factor if I'm in need of a good laugh :P
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I really hate programmes like this. Maybe it's becuase people with no talent think they can sing, or that it makes my most hated typed of singer, but I never watch anything like x-factor willingly.
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I hate that show SOOO much.

1) Sharon Osbourne (the two faced cow). On the show today (it happened to be on the TV while I was on my break) she said "we are looking for something new and different" when we all KNOW they are going to choose the same bland pop singers and get them to do bad covers of cheap songs.

2) The people who entered it are so disallusioned its amazing.....this woman with a face like a hatchet and no vocal ability at all thought she had what it took to be a pop star.

3) its a TALENT SHOW. Except most of the people taken part left behind the talent. So it's not as amusing, its just cringe makin.

4) They are anti-instrument.

5) The people who win it are boring

6) Its lame.
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Well as my vote suggests, I only watch pop/american idol or X-factor for those sad losers who think they sound like Britney Spears, and really sound like a vomiting cat. Once we get past the sad-acts, I tune out.
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So you watch it all the way through then?
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