THIRD D3GREE – Love The Way You Lie – The X Factor Australia 2013
THIRD D3GREE sang “Love The Way You Lie” on The X Factor Australia 2013 Live Show 4.
Seriously, get rid of the guy! And they always start with him which is horrible.
I felt that this couldn’t really go anywhere because that harmony in the beginning was a total dud. And when the girls started to kick in with their performance, the guy was just so lost on that stage. Geez.
Oh what could have been for this group.
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I thought that Kelebek originally was great. I wish they'd have given her a solo chance. She sings, raps and dances. The blonde has a super voice, but I find her kind of one dimensional.
Honestly I don't see them really working as a duo anymore maybe in the earlier stages they could've made that descison but really he wasn't the weakest of the group tonight, Kelebek really didn't have a great vocal on this one.
@realGary Your opinion is shared by many. I think no chance, though, of a redo without him. From XF's perspective, they have egg on their face for sending Dami home at the start. They're not also going to eat their "brilliant" idea when they formed this horror "monster" of a group.
@mamashmoi Kelebek remains a very remarkable & multiply-gifted teenager. She's also an inherently and fiercely independent artist. However, she's currently in an awful situation. She is functioning in a situation with so many contradictions and conflicts for her that it spins my head. I do believe she's capable of winning as a solo artist. However, now she's part of an ill-defined group covering ill-chosen songs with mixed messages of support and poor direction and help from a mentor that isn't. No wonder she is becoming frayed, unhappy, and increasingly frustrated. She's trying to make it work by being someone she isn't doing something she doesn't have experience with. It's like she got on a train to reach her goals, but when the train reached the
station, she found herself in an Alice-In-Wonderland nightmare. I hope she can overcome the situation she's in. I really enjoy what she offers, if only they had let her do what she does so well, on her own. Frankly, if I were in her shoes, and it unravels more, I gracefully bow out--all of them should, really. She and Jacinta can go somewhere; they don't need the trap they're in.