The X Factor Australia Auditions 2019 Details

The X Factor Australia 2019 was a popular Australian reality music competition, in clone of the first UK series, to discover new singing talent. The main season of the show debuted on Network Ten on 6 February 2005. Ten dropped the show after the principal season because of poor evaluations. In 2010, the Seven Network won the rights to the show, and the 2nd season went live. The X Factor was restored after the very effective Australian Idol was never again broadcast on Network Ten. It was produced by FremantleMedia Australia, and was broadcast on the Seven Network in Australia. The program was crossed out after its eighth season in the year 2016.

X factor 2019 Auditions

Amid the audition periods of The X Factor, initially the contestants sang in a tryout room before just the judges, in any case, from season two onward all contenders sing in front of an audience in a stage, before the judges and a live gathering of people. The fruitful acts at that point advance to the following phase of the competition, boot camp and later home visits, where the judges limit their classification down to three acts who will proceed to the live shows, where the general population vote in favor of their most loved act, following week after week performance by the contenders.

X Factor Australia Winners:

There have been eight victors to date: Altiyan Childs, Marlisa Punzalan, Random, Reece Mastin, Samantha Jade, Dami Im, Cyrus Villanueva and Isaiah Firebrace. Winners got an account contract with record label Sony Music Australia. During season three, the victor likewise got also a management contract, and in season four, a Nissan Dualis car. Each triumphant candidate’s single has been inside the best ten of the ARIA Singles Chart, just Mastin’s, Jade’s and Im’s singles have achieved number one. There have additionally been various hit singles released by different challengers who have showed up on The X Factor.

X Factor Australia Show Format:

The X Factor was basically worried about distinguishing singing ability, through appearance, identity, and stage presence. Dance schedules were additionally vital components of numerous performances. All through the live shows, the judges went about as coaches to their class, choosing tune decisions, styling and organizing, while at the same time judging contenders from different classifications. For each season, each judge was relegated a class and they guided their three demonstrations separately, with all demonstrations having a mutual measure of time with their tutor. Each of the 12 acts likewise had practice time in the studio with their coach. At times, if a solo artist was not sufficiently solid; the judges would assemble a gathering of solo specialists which could be incredible as a band. In season six just; a wild card was acquainted with add one more act to the live shows, accordingly making it 13 finalists.

X Factor Australia 2019 Auditions Requirements:

Based on previous season below are the expected auditions requirement for X Factor Australia 2019:

  • 14 years with no upper age limit
  • Participant have to give solo performance

X Factor Australia 2019 Online Auditions

The initial X Factor auditions are done in front of the producers before the show is aired. The selected candidates are called back by the producers to perform in front of panel of judges and a live audience. The act needs a majority ‘yes’ votes from the panel of judges. If there are three judges present, number of yes votes have to be 2.

The details for X Factor 2019 online Auditions are yet to get announced. We will update when they will be announced.

Will There Be X Factor Australia 2019 Auditions?

As X Factor Australia didn’t return in 2017 and 2018 with new season because of poor ratings in 2016 season, so there might be no new season in 2019 as well. Head of Programming, Angus Ross, said “X Factor is not coming back” .

But nothing is confirm until the final official announcement from Seven network is announced. We just hope they will return again in 2019 and recognizing new singing talent in Australia.

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