Sunday, October 16, 2011

Kitty Brucknell silences her X Factor bullies and dazzles the judges with Alice In Wonderland-themed performance

By KIRSTY MCCORMACK


Bullied: Kitty Brucknell, who performed a Bjork hit, explained how she almost left the show due to negative attention she's received

The theme on tonight's X Factor was love and heartache and Kitty Brucknell has certainly experienced heartache.

The 26-year-old singer wowed the judges again tonight with a rendition of Bjork's It's Oh So Quiet, but before that she spoke out about bullies and the reception she received on last week's show.

'The people who booed me last week should be ashamed of themselves,' she said.


Speaking up: the blonde hopeful said that those who bullied her on last week's show should be 'ashamed of themselves.'

'Anyone who's ever been booed knows how horrible it feels.'

The blonde hopeful also explained that after all the bad press she received about her performance last week, something good also came out of it - a message from Queen guitarist, Brian May, who told her that he loved her performance of the band's hit last week.

She also revealed that she almost quit the show because of all the bullying that she's endured.


Different: The blonde hopeful always manages to wow the judges yet she was booed on last week's show

'It was the first time I have been bullied like that since I was a child. It took me to a very dark place,' she added.

But she certainly wasn't in a dark place as she performed tonight and finished the show on a high.

Singing Bjork's It's Oh So Quiet, Kitty was dressed as Alice in Wonderland, wearing a white dress with a bright blonde wig and a black headband and started her performance by laying on the stage which was adorned with giant playing cards.


Alice in Wonderland: Kitty enjoyed mad tea part as she sang a Bjork hit on the second live show

She then moved onto a large lit up dining table and was joined by dancers that included the mad hatter, the white rabbit and other characters from the famous Lewis Carrol novel.

And even though she left Tulisa feeling 'speechless' once again Kitty proved that she can sing and is a strong contender in the competition.


Dressed in white: Kitty didn't exactly look like Alice in Wonderland in her tutu dress and white boots

But before her there were eleven other performances of love and heartache.
First up to perform was boy band Nu Vibe who chose to sing their own version of U2's eighties hit, With Or Without You.



'No vibe': Louis and Gary weren't impressed with the boys chemistry on the live show tonight


Standing tall: Boy band Nu Vibe performed a U2 love song With Or Without You


Singing to win: Nu Vibe opened up the show by performing an eighties hit


Putting it down: Kelly Rowland was impressed with many of the acts on tonight's X Factor live show


Singing her heart out: Sami Brookes sung a rendition of Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You



Made-over: Gary told the hopeful that she looked 'stunning' following her hair and make-up transformation


Singing Beyonce: Craig Colton sang Best Thing I Never Had and got a mixed reaction


Real heartache: Janet Devlin, whose Grandfather passed away this week, sang an Elvis hit


Pretty in lace: The redhead looked glamorous in her matching dress and tights


Singing to win: Frankie Cocozza sang The Scientist by Coldplay but failed to impress all of the judges



Outspoken: Judge Tulisa gave all the contestants good and constructive criticism


Kylie fan: Hopeful Johnny Robinson sang the pop star's hit Can't Get You Out Of My Head


'Aladdin' wannabe: Johnny was dressed in a kimono and wore black eyeliner for his performance


On fire: Marcus Collins sang Rihanna's hit Russian Roulette on the show but failed to show 'enough emotion'

Funky foursome: Rhythmix sang a version of Nelly Furtado's I'm Like A Bird on tonight's show



Breaking the curse: the young girl band are hoping that they will go far in the competition unlike previous female bands


Big and bold: Misha B stole the show when she sang the Charles and Eddie hit Would I Lie To You


Star quality: Gary told the 19-year-old that she was more like a guest star than a contestant on the show

Ladies favourite: Second boy band The Risk sang a Bruno Mars hit and proved to be popular with the ladies

On a high: The boys seemed really pleased with their positive comments from the panel


Radiant in red: Sophie Habibis sang Wherever You Will Go by The Calling


Kitty Brucknell - It's Oh So Quiet - X Factor 2011 - Week 2


Craig Colton - Best Thing I Never Had - The X Factor 2011 Live Show 2


Janet Devlin - Live Show Week 2 (X Factor 2011)


The X Factor 2011 Live (2) - Sami Brookes (Over 25)


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