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The results are in and it’s time to say goodbye to X Factor group Miss Dynamix



The all-girl band were voted off ITV’s X Factor last weekend after another dramatic sing-off with solo girl Hannah Barrett.

Dermot O' Leery

Dermot O’ Leery

Yes another week and another X Factor showdown has passed us by with girl group Miss Dynamix versus solo artists Hannah Barrett in the bottom two with neither performing up to scratch in this weeks themed movie week. Hannah was the first girl in her category to see the bottom two so far this series, while Miss Dynamix were the second group with the Kingsland Road suffering a near miss last week as they managed to scrape by in the sing offs with Shelley Smith.

The girl group have had a tough time since the competition began. They all failed to get through the boot camp stages as solo artists and were instead formed as a girl group. However they were not to follow in the success of other manufactured TV competition girls groups such as the massively popular girls aloud and recent X Factor winners Little Mix.

The girls also known as Sese Foster, Jeanette Akus and Rielle Carrington were in trouble last week as band member Sese was rushed to hospital meaning that the girl group were unable to perform and were given an automatic pass through to this round. However perceived ‘free pass’ did them no favours as the other contestants had last week to wow audiences and build up there fans, it seems X Factor viewers are fickle like that and one week out of the competition meant that the girls were out of the competition for good.

After a mediocre performance during the show Miss Dynamix found themselves in the bottom two. The girls chose Don’t You Worry Child by Swedish House Mafia as their sing off song, and although a moving performance it wasn’t enough to keep them in the competition. Judges Nicole Scherzinger and Gary Barlow predictably both voted for their own acts to stay in the competition. It was Sharon Osbourne who eventually cast the deciding vote, keeping the suspense going for as long as possible and with Dermot pressing her for an answer she finally gave her answer saying:

‘I have to send home Miss Dynamix’

The girls were understandably heartbroken, but were they the right ones to send home? It came as a particular shock to see Hannah Barrett in the bottom two this week. She previous had a fan in Gary with him saying that she would be ‘the one to watch’ in the competition so it was surprising to see her struggling this early on. However her rendition of Emeli Sande’s Read All About it which she performed brilliantly, and emotionally, was enough to keep her in the competition, for now.

All the judges commented on what a brilliant sing off  this week was, understandably making their decisions even harder. Before she gave her decision Sharon Osbourne commented that contestents should make every effort to sing like that every week and ‘not just when your neck is on the line’

The wise words came too little too late for the girls though and it was to be their last performance on the show.

But as they say ‘the show must go on’ and the X Factor continues next weekend. Things aren’t looking good for soloist from the Girls category Abi Alton. She received poor comments from the judges both last week and this week and only barely seems to be holding it together. Her backstage interview revealed how disappointed she was that the judges were rather unimpressed by her performance saying:

‘After working so hard getting those comments was difficult’

However it wasn’t all doom and gloom with the eccentric and fabulous Lady Gaga putting on an exuberant performance for the audience and viewers at home.

So there we have it, its ‘see you later’ to Miss Dynamix. Their mentor Gary encouraged them to stick together but there was no promise of a record deal or any help from him so perhaps we shouldn’t be holding our breath to see them topping the charts anytime soon. You never know though so we shall see what happens to the band now that X Factor is no longer part of their lives.

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