The audition stage wraps with cocky triple-threats, Betty White, and a whole lot of fake suspense.
The Marilyn crew throws a Joe DiMaggio performer into the mix. More of our quips, complaints and concerns, after the jump.
Our smashing conversation has returned, this time to analyze the supposed big reveal and whine about our desire for more musical numbers.
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In which we geek out over Broadway references while discussing the premiere episode of NBC's next great hope.
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Professor Popdust weighs in on tonight's performances from the final four contestants. NO CURVE.
Astro is in the bottom two, Stacy is eliminated, America is perplexed.
The ten-deep conglomerate of bankable kids is now free to pursue opportunities off "X Factor." And you're free to get a shoutout if you play your cards right!
The good and the bad, the Cheryl and the Nicole, the blueberries and O Fortuna, the D.O.A.: your comprehensive rankings from last night's X Factor.
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