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X Factor Philippines Top 10 Performs for Week 3 Performance Night

Only the X Factor Philippines top 10 contestants remain and it’s week 3 performance night tonight. These are what the contenders have performed for tonight’s rock themed week (in order of performance):

Kedebon Colim – Footloose by Kenny Loggins
AKAJAM - Survivor by Destiny’s Child
Allen Jane Sta. Maria – Bitch by Meredith Brooks
Modesto Taran – To Love Somebody by The Bee Gees/Michael Bolton
Jeric Medina – Lips of an Angel by Hinder
Daddy’s Home – Superstition by Stevie Wonder
Gabriel Maturan – Breakeven by Script
Joan Da – You Oughta Know by Alanis Morisette
Take Off – Makita Kang Muli by Sugarfree
KZ Tandingan – In the End by Linkin Park

I don’t want to single out any contestant but most of them messed up tonight. That’s all I can say, period. J

Top 10 Girls

Okay, I take it back. I want to single out contenders. KZ rocked personality wise. She never wavered from being herself and who she is, including her genre of music although I don’t really like her rendition of that all time favorite In the End from Linkin Park. Allen’s song doesn’t fit her age, personality, and vocal range. Thus, she missed the high notes and cowered in falsetto. Comments over X Factor Philippines’s Facebook page is right, an Avril Lavigne or anything with soft vocals should have been chosen for her instead.

Top 10 Boys

As always, Jeric played it safe. The song is safe for what his vocal range can reach so it was just OK. Ms. Jackie Lou Blanco by the way wasn’t watching exclusively for him. She is Ms. Pilita’s daughter remember? J Gabriel on the other hand was lacking with that song. It’s actually one of the most powerful songs from the Script and it would have been safer if he took on The Man Who Can’t be Moved or any other song from the same band with softer vocals. Lastly, Kedebon was eating most of the lyrics of his song and a lot of people say the same thing. But as always, the judges are soft with comments. I had to use the words soft and safe as well as variations of these words a lot of times because that’s all I saw tonight. Everything is soft and safe. J

Top 10 Groups

Take Off deserves to stay and had proven so due to their performance tonight? I don’t think so. I still can’t get over that play safe decision from Charice in the X Factor Philippines week 2 results night last week. Mark Mabasa deserves the slot among the top 10, vocals and performance wise. As for Daddy’s Home, they will not be coming home just yet indeed! AKAJAM (Ashley Campbell, Katrina Velarde, Alyssa Quijano, Jhelsea Maine Flores, Auriette Divina, and Monique Lualhati) on the other hand had been consistently delivering the goods since week 1 of the X Factor Philippines live performance.

Top 10 Over 25

Funny how one comment over X Factor Philippines Facebook page questioned why would there be a need to categorize contestants based on age, gender, etc.? Answer: Because that’s the format of the show since X Factor UK. J Anyway, these factors don’t matter. Modesto proves it so despite being already 55 of age. Joan on the other hand is still relatively young and looks good with or without glasses.

It may turn out to be another disappointing night tomorrow night but stay tuned nonetheless tomorrow for the X Factor Philippines top 10 results night!

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