James Arthur Gets Told His Performance Was The ‘Performance Of The Series’ As He Performs His First Ballad
On last nights X Factor James Arthur was told by Gary Barlow that his performance was the ’performance of the series’ as he took on his own rendition of The Power Of Love.
James closed the show as all the contestants had to perform twice.
Gary told James:
‘You are a great singer, but it’s much more that that. You make people emote, you bring out emotions,’ the head judge praised.
‘I know all over the country people will have stopped what they were doing to watch that performance.’
Jahmene Douglas had to hold back the tears and so did the judges as he performed At Last by Etta James.
All of the judges agreed that Jahmene’s performance was ‘Jahmazing’ as that’s what Nicole Scherzinger.
Jahmenes performance was so good he had Nicole in tears though out the performance.
Louis Walsh called the performance: ‘Jahmazing’, after which Gary joked:
‘Louis, did you really just say that? Ok, that was Jahmazing!’
Next up was Christopher Maloney who they say all the granny’s love.
But did the grans love his performance of Josh Groban’s famous ballad You Raise Me Up
Maloney dedicated his performance to his Nan who told him to enter the X Factor in the first place!
In his second performance Chris took on Michael Buble‘s I Just Haven’t Met You Yet.
The girls fave was last to perform as Union J performed Labrinth hit Beneath Your Beautiful before taking on ballad Already There by Lonestar.
Jamie Hamblett, George Shelley, Josh Cuthbert and Jaymi Hensley got good comets from the judges and they where also compared to One Direction and JLS.
Ever since 1991 the music sales of albums has been out of this world. We have seen some great stars grow into bigger starts.
Nielsen SoundScan has tracked Billboard album sales and now, we bring to you some of the albums that have sold 5 million or more copies in the past decade!!
But the people at the top of the list are Norah Jones, Eminem, Usher and our Adele!
Below is the list in order of the top-selling albums of the past 10 years:
1. Norah Jones, Come Away With Me, 10,797,000. Top 200 rank: #11.
2. Eminem, The Eminem Show, 10,049,000. Top 200 rank: #18.
3. Usher, Confessions, 9,968,000. Top 200 rank: #19.
4. Adele, 21, 8,090,000. Top 200 rank: #39.
5. 50 Cent, Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, 8,086,000. Top 200 rank: #41.
6. Evanescence, Fallen, 7,619,000. Top 200 rank: #51.
7. Nickelback, All The Right Reasons, 7,582,000. Top 200 rank: #53.
8. Carrie Underwood, Some Hearts, 7,177,000. Top 200 rank: #62.
9. Avril Lavigne, Let Go, 6,782,000. Top 200 rank: #71.
10. Taylor Swift, Fearless, 6,514,000. Top 200 rank: #76.
11. Nelly, Nellyville, 6,488,000. Top 200 rank: #78.
12. Kelly Clarkson, Breakaway, 6,219,000. Top 200 rank: #85.
13. Green Day, American Idiot, 6,056,000. Top 200 rank: #93.
14. Dixie Chicks, Home, 6,041,000. Top 200 rank: #94.
15. Mariah Carey, The Emancipation Of Mimi, 5,964,000. Top 200 rank: #101.
16. Josh Groban, Closer, 5,960,000. Top 200 rank: #102.
17. Linkin Park, Meteora, 5,913,000. Top 200 rank: #103.
18. OutKast, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, 5,702,000. Top 200 rank: #110.
19. Josh Groban, Noel, 5,446,000. Top 200 rank: #127.
20. Shania Twain, Up!, 5,409,000. Top 200 rank: #129.
21. 50 Cent, The Massacre, 5,286,000. Top 200 rank: #136.
22. Eminem, Encore, 5,282,000. Top 200 rank: #137.
23. Rascal Flatts, Feels Like Today, 5,230,000. Top 200 rank: #140.
24. Taylor Swift, Taylor Swift, 5,175,000. Top 200 rank: #143.
25. Guns N’ Roses, Greatest Hits, 5,161,000. Top 200 rank: #144.