The X Factor hopefuls Leon and Alex Mallet have discharged claims that Nicole Scherzinger’s Six Chair Challenge was a ‘fix’.
The X Factor is hit by claims of a fix almost every year, and this time it’s Nicole being criticised for her overs difficulty choices during the Six Chair Challenge.
During the show on Sunday night, thespian Slavko managed to make it by to the judges’ houses, which viewers felt was at the responsibility of some-more gifted singers.
Also, competitor Tracy Leanne Jefford was given 3 chances to win over the judges during her bid to get a seat.
But Leon, who is by to judges’ houses in the boys category, and his hermit Alex, who sadly wasn’t given a chair, pronounced that every competitor had the same volume of time to shine.
Leon told Metro.co.uk: ‘I consider everybody had a satisfactory chance. we didn’t see too much of the overs but out of the boys that we saw we feel that everybody got a satisfactory possibility really.’
During Sunday night’s episode, Tracy motionless to sing You Don’t Own Me by Grace…until an unimpressed Simon Cowell stopped her. Tracy then wanted to sing an acoustic chronicle of the same song, but they still weren’t happy.
Her third possibility came when Nicole asked if she could sing anything else, and she launched into Misty Blue by Etta James.
People were seriously unfortunate when Nicole offering her a seat.
One tweeted: ‘Fixfactor again! Braid man going by over the others that @NicoleScherzy let go! She’s lost the plot!’
Another criticism read: ‘fix cause some-more like we have some-more talent when we sing in the showering than Nicole’s 6’.
One spectator tweeted: ‘In the live shows Tracy will be singing 3 songs in week one. If nothing of them work she’ll just keep singing until something does’.
Meanwhile Leon is focusing on giving it his all during the judges’ houses round, but he’s gutted that his hermit won’t be coming with him.
He combined that it was ‘horrible’ to see Alex get rejected.
‘I felt like he was going to be sitting next to me. we arrange of felt bad in a way since we wanted to be doing that with him still. So seeing him go was a bit ungainly really, good it wasn’t ungainly for us but it could have come opposite as ungainly for a lot of people,’ he said.
The X Factor has been contacted for comment.