It became known that for the first time in the history of the project “X-factor” participants will undergo an unusual test. All those who passed the casting needs to prove that they really deserve to fight for a place in the air.
So, the first test will be to perform a song a Cappella that you only have 30 seconds. To ensure the participants have to sing behind a massive screen.
“I think it will be very easy. And if they are not ready in a short time to show your talent, there are healthy,” said Olya Polyakova.
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“I would not participate in this contest, I would have gone at once to cry,” said Danilko.
It should be noted that the basic rule of the first assignments was a real shock for most participants.
“I’m not ready, because there are so many cool young singers,” admitted the star of the 90 Marina Odolska.
“It is important to show not only her vocals but also the ability to sing soul. I think I can handle it,” said participant Anna Ivanjica.
Recall that in the final casting of the popular Ukrainian vocal show “X-factor” has occurred quite unusual incident: a young guy came to the project in order to support my friend but in the end he was in training camp.
As reported by the portal Znayu on the STB has hosted the final casting the 10th season of the vocal show “X-factor”. At the auditions, the judges selected more than 100 talented artists who have yet to pass the test of training camp and fight for a place in the live broadcasts.
The portal also Znayu wrote that the scene favorite show of Ukrainian “X-factor” during the final casting of the 10th season it was very hot.
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