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And then they came over to us, and I remember being scared.One of them had a beard and was carrying a movie camera and had it pointed as the crowd; my mom thinks it was Mickey.But we will also say we don’t see the point of the judges’ homes gimmick.That’s really all it is – there is no purpose of moving it from Hollywood to the judges’ homes. And then we have Intensity and I suddenly feel like I’m watching the early 1990s “Mickey Mouse Club.” Ugh. Nicole’s House For the over-30s, we have Josh Krajcik on “First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” Leroy Bell on “To Make You Feel My Love,” Tiger Budbill on “Don’t Give Up on Me” and Christa Collins on “No Surprises.” Josh sounds beautiful, you can really hear his vocal talent more on this song than any other he’s done so far on the show. As much as I want to love it, I don’t love Leroy’s song. Tiger starts out a little breathy and shaky for me, but he ramps it up as he gets to the chorus and it gets much better. The Radiohead choice for Christa is interesting, but she totally rocks it. A.’s House At LA’s house, we have Brennin Hunt on “Like a Star,” Tim Cifers on “Dance With My Father,” Marcus Canty on “All My Life” and Chris Rene on “People Everyday.” I’m not familiar with Brennin’s song, but he seems to do well. Tim, on the other hand, sounds better than Brennin, but looks less polished. Chris’ song is a weird choice for me, but he does well with it. Illusion Confusion, 2 Squar’d, Intensity, Tiah Tolliver and Marcus Canty are the only ones I really feel should go.

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Of my earliest childhood entertainment memories, The Monkees are at the front of the line (followed very closely by “That Girl” and Carol Burnett, but that’s a story for another day). We’ll never know, will we.) The Monkees had flown into the Rochester, NY airport.

It was maybe 1967 and I was maybe three-years-old, but I was old enough for the memory to be imprinted on my brain.

They're all so different, I have no idea who'll take home the title—but I do know that each of their looks have evolved much since the show first premiered here in the United States.

To that end, I hit up celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves and makeup artist Kristofer Buckle—the grooming gurus of the X Factor's Style Team (follow 'em on Facebook!

It’s like “X Factor” just had to find a stage in the competition that was different from “Idol” and this is what floated to the top of the pile. I like it a lot, but there are some really breathy moments that I think could be more supported. I can see what Rihanna means about Brennin being boyband-y. I’m a little biased on Marcus because I loathe “All My Life.” He seems to do pretty well, but also? Combine that with last week’s acts I chose to leave (The Anser, the Brewer Boys, Elaine Gibbs, Dexter, Brian Bradley, Skyelor Anderson and Nick Voss) and I have eliminated only one girl, five groups, two over-30s and four boys. I think it’s a bummer each group has to be evenly split – the girls and the over-30s are much stronger than the other two categories, in my opinion.

Simon’s House Tonight we get Jazzlyn Little on “I Will Survive,” Rachel Crow on “I Want It That Way,” Tiah Tolliver on “No Diggity” and Melanie Amaro on the “Free Willy” song. Thankfully we can all cleanse our palate on Melanie Amaro, who takes a song I kind of hate and just kills it. I sort of blame the song choice, but honestly – this is terrible. Their “Let’s Dance” is the most soul-less song ever. I have a feeling the next episode is going to be really hard on all of us – what do you think, “X Factor” fans?

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Jazzlyn’s “Survive” is very current R&B, I love the arrangement. Rachel’s song is a weird choice, but I trust Simon. The little minor changes to the song make it really melancholy and sad, but I mean that as a compliment. Paula’s House For the groups’ house, we have Stereo Hoggz with “Heard It Through the Grapevine,” 2 Squar’d on “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Illusion Confusion on “Let’s Dance” and the super-group made up of solo auditioners called Intensity on “That’s Not My Name.” The Stereo Hoggz are very well put together.

I will freely admit I’m totally biased against Tiah, but I closed my eyes and tried to be objective – this was horrible, right? They’re and yet a throwback to groups like the Temptations and the Four Tops at the same time.