FOX X Factor Casting

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Now that the second season of X Factor has wrapped up and underdog Tate Stevens won, FOX has announced that that they will soon be casting for the new season. The X Factor is a television music competition franchise created by Simon Cowell. It originated in the United Kingdom, where it served as a replacement for Pop Idol. In its debut season, X Factor discovered winner Melanie Amaro and several other breakout stars, including Rachel Crow, Marcus Canty and Chris Rene, who have signed to major record labels. The show featured guest mentors Enrique Iglesias, Rihanna and Pharrell Williams, among performances by musical superstars. The casting directors at FOX are now looking to male and female contestants for the next season of the popular singing show. This is a great opportunity for anyone that has been waiting to showcase their singing and dancing talent.

Unlike any other singing competition contestants not only audition in front of the X Factor judges, but, and perhaps more importantly, they sing for an audience of thousands, which is often referred to as the ‘fifth judge’ because their enthusiasm – or lack thereof – can help determine the fate of these hopefuls. This initial audition is the ultimate test to prove they have the vocal ability, energy and stage presence it takes to become a global superstar or breakout music act and win a $5 million recording contract with Syco/Sony Music.

Season three of the X Factor is set to premier in 2013 and the executives at FOX will soon be casting for contestants. They are looking for male and female performers from all ages and walks of life. If you are interested in auditioning for season three of FOX X Factor please submit your information along with a recent photo. Please keep checking back often and as always leave us a comment on who you think should have won season 2.

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