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Tiah Tolliver Tries to Win Over the Female Judges on 'The X Factor' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 6th 2011 12:15AM
Tiah Tolliver, 'The X Factor'Moving onto the Boot Camp phase of 'The X Factor' (Wed., 8PM ET on FOX), Tiah Tolliver had something to prove to the women on the panel. Neither Paula Abdul nor Nicole Scherzinger initially voted to even allow her past that initial audition, citing her inability to stay in key.

But Simon Cowell just saw something in her, and he was vindicated in the group rounds of Boot Camp. Tolliver was perfectly in key with her portion of 'Feeling Good' and even got Scherzinger to crack a smile.

Afterward, they were asked if they were glad that she was allowed to go through, and they both had to admit that they were. Sometimes, you do get second chances in life, and Tolliver certainly made the most of hers.

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ctnmidwest

Check out Josh Krajcik on YouTube.com singing his own song "Shut Your Mouth" and you'll be convinced he's about to be a huge star. Really great to find an American artist of this caliber hidden amongst us. An amazing talent.

October 13 2011 at 5:26 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Neo 2627

Tiah is Beautiful! I was a fan of hers before she even opened that luscious mouth of hers! I am glad that Simon gave his all, to convince Paula and Nicole to vote in her favor. Not withstanding she is not the 'best' singer; but I think she has the 'look' and the talent, (yes she can sing!), to be a 'commercial' success! It's not all about the talent, sometimes when something is pushed out there to the public; and is packaged well it can make someone 'very big money!'

October 07 2011 at 8:26 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Vinny

I can't watch the show for long because Simon Cowell comes across as an insufferable British git. Its obvious he believes he's so fantastic, and has so much 'insight' that he can challenge anyone's opinion, and because he has 'the last word' he usually gets his way. Its kind of sad to see people so devastated in the event of failure when its so obvious they didn't have a lot of talent to begin with. All in all not a bad show, but Cowell makes it hard to watch. Can't blame the contestants for trying, but to pin one's hopes for the future on the decisions made by this snobby and 'expert panel' is hard to watch for very long.

October 06 2011 at 10:40 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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