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The former X Factor contestant got to know me, showed me how to dress, and chose my songs.

The X Factor ran from 2004 to 2018 on ITV under the direction of Simon Cowell – before shutting down in 2019 with two seasons of filming.

A highly anticipated former X Factor character has opened up about her experience competing on the show over the years, while also claiming to debunk some myths about the ITV hit glitch.
A highly anticipated former X Factor character has opened up about her experience competing on the show over the years, while also claiming to debunk some myths about the ITV hit glitch.

A highly anticipated former X Factor character has opened up about her experience competing on the show over the years, while also claiming to debunk some myths about the ITV hit glitch.

The long-running reality singing competition originally aired in 2004 – however, it stopped airing in 2018, while a badly-reviewed spin-off titled The X Factor: The Band aired in 2019.

Last year, reports suggested that the program was malfunctioning after years of declining ratings and after the Covid-19 pandemic prevented the program from being implemented in 2020.

London-based singer-songwriter Lottie Jade posted details on her TikTok account, describing her 2016 audition process for Simon Cowell’s singing competition.

She wrote in the caption: “Just to clear things up” and spoke directly in front of the camera.







London-based singer-songwriter Lottie Jade posted the details
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She wrote in the caption: “Just to clear things up”
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Lottie opened up by telling fans: “So I’ve seen a lot around how real BGT is so fake, so I’ll tell you guys my story when I auditioned for The X Factor in 2016.”

She continued: “I was actually recruited at the time, by Sony music in 2016 and Sony made me audition in a girl group for the X Factor – even before the X Factor came out, if that makes sense.”

Lottie claimed she was called back by Sony to audition for a solo, and she told how she “got off to a great start compared to everyone else”.

She said she was given four songs to sing.

“Then they told me what they wanted me to wear. I went to the audition in the clothes I thought I would wear if I were on TV – but they told me it wasn’t what they were looking for.

“They gave me suggestions on what to wear to the audition.”

Lottie has told her TikTok followers that she is unable to make time for the various stages of the X Factor process and so has dropped out of the show.







“They gave me suggestions on what to wear to the audition.”
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Lottie has told her TikTok followers about her inability to make time for different periods
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She concluded, “So basically what I’m trying to tell you is that every show you watch that’s related to music or involves artists is fake.

“Everything was pre-prepared, everyone knew who was going to win. None of that was really real, so I just thought I’d make that clear.”

This comes after it was reported that Simon Cowell was planning a resuscitation for The X Factor – a year after ITV announced they had no intention of bringing the show back to the screen.







Simon Cowell is planning to bring The X Factor back
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Show host Simon, 62, has suggested the time is right for the show to be revived – although British audiences may not want to return at first, as he is planning to bring it back. back to America.

A source told The Sun on Sunday: “The X Factor is far from over in the US. Simon always felt the show needed a break and a makeover.

“He and the producers are looking to make it appeal to a wider audience and incorporate more social media platforms and streaming capabilities.”

While Simon himself was quoted by the newspaper as saying: “I’m proud of the show. In fact, I’m really thinking about trying to bring the X Factor back to America.”

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