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Who's going to win the UK X Factor? Who's being ditched? Insight, analysis, your opinions, news, crackpot theories and the latest odds from the team behind Betsfactor.com. Regular guest spots from writers at Sofabet.com. Call the voicemail line, 24/7, on 0161 81 82 800.
The world's greatest multimedia brand wraps up with a sensational hour long finale special. Daniel Gould from the superb Sofabet.com gives his expert insight. Huge analysis on all the staging, the songs, the judges comments, the haggis. I scream "It's ludicrous" at one stage. We discuss our lessons learnt, black holes, skyscrapers, gold lighting, Nicole's vocal, telephone lines and all the voting statistics. Your calls on colour vomit, the right winner, red and black, voting stats and Daniel's fridge. This is the last Betsfactor podcast - thanks so much for all the kind reviews, the phone calls and for listening! Betsfactor.com and Sofabet.com Want to say hello - @Betsfactor @sofabet on Twitter. Or click "contact" at Betsfactor.com
It's a special "Stripped back", acoustic, raw, naked, gimmick free Betsfactor Podcast this week. Just two microphones, a mouthy host and a guy who lost a five figure sum on the X Factor last week. We go into great detail about last week's show - and talk about Daniel's difficult week! This is a special, in depth show - not ideal for Betsfactor newbies - so apologies if you're new to the show - have a listen to the last few weeks shows for a better flavour of Betsfactor Podcasts. Then, a full look at each of the nine songs we already know about for Saturday's final. We look at Luke's songs, will Nicholas be colour vomited and we explain why Delight the demo "flips" from the semi finals - which of the three contestants has a fantastic example of this, this week. Our final show is Monday at 2pm - we'd love your calls by the end of Sunday night, so if you're watching this weekend, pick up the phone and tell us what you think. 0161 81 82 800. Sofabet.com is where to go for ongoing analy ...
After an incredible Betsfactor week, this podcast ties up the loose ends and has a look towards Elton and Beyonce week. We talk about risk and what "value" means with odds. Why Daniel ignored the world's greatest multimedia brand and backed Luke to win the singoff. Do we still think Nicholas will make the final? What's the worst word to use on the X Factor and how it made us furrow our brows. And what do we make of Louis's Lukelove. Your calls on regional maps, Scotland, the final and song orders. Gambleaware.co.uk!
After the gripping drama of last week, It's a sensational extended edition of the Betsfactor Podcast. We deal, in depth with why Rough Copy hit the bottom two (with a couple of mentions of RnB). Stacks of calls on Tamera - is she toast? Plus who's got the duffest songs this week, Richard gets a bit shirty and some major disagreement on the "Nicholas Plan". Daniel Gould from the superb Sofabet.com makes his regular star appearance. It's a truly unmissable 62 minutes. If you "love the show" - we'd love your five star written reviews on iTunes and Stitcher radio to help us get up the rankings - and do subscribe as well. As ever you can call the show's voicemail whenever you like - 0161 81 82 800.
We've been on vocal rest but we're ready to go. Professional Gambler Daniel Gould from Sofabet.com and Betsfactor sensation Richard Betsfactor unite for the Betsfactor X factor Betting Podcast. This week we look at Luke's weird film, Hannah's turn around, and what of a James Arthur endorsement for Tamera...? is it a good thing this week? The odds for the bottom 2 are discussed and the latest song choices on this historic celebration weekend. As ever we'd love your review on iTunes/Stitcher to help us get up the charts and do subscribe. You're hugely welcome to call us - 0161 81 82 800 - the Betsfactor Voicemail line is waiting for your call....
Will Hannah get Satisfaction? What about Abi's quiet meal? Are diamonds the new STAR!? What of Luke's Devon Busk? This is the planet's greatest X Factor podcast, we analyse everything in for far too much detail and discuss the odds to hit the bottom two. Your calls on the Sunday song, John Lewis and Rough Copy. Daniel Gould from the world famous Sofabet.com gives his expert insight. We've had some funny reviews recently on iTunes - please do keep them coming. Your 5* reviews help us get up the charts in "New and Noteworthy", if you haven't yet, just tap the stars. Better still write a few words! We'd also love you to call our voicemail line - ask a question, tell us who you think will win, react to the shows this week.... 0161 81 82 800. More at betsfactor.com.
Betsfactor, the UK's greatest podcast is back. We talk about Sam's shop, Sam's Boxing, Abi surviving, we run through the Big Band Week song choices plus your calls and news... As ever you can help in two ways - Call us 0161 81 82 800 - don't be shy - leave a message. And we'd love your reviews on iTunes and Stitcher, simply because this helps us get noticed by more people. Thanks!
Friday is the new Betsfactor Day. Here's one to keep you going for seven days. Daniel talks us through his weekend of emotional hell. In the news - Cowell's Tweet and Nicholas's Heart. We've a full look at the songs on Disco Week and your calls on Scotland and laying contestants. As ever we'd love your help in two ways: Call and leave a voicemail on 0161 81 82 800. Don't be shy - you're hugely welcome, we edit out any gaps! Plus, if you can rate us on iTunes, that would be really helpful to get us up the charts. Thanks!
The planet's premier TV betting podcast returns. Daniel Gould from Sofabet.com makes a shocking revelation. Your calls on Hannah's Smile, The Northern Vote and Judges Influence. (Don't be shy - call 0161 81 82 800 whenever you like) and full discussion on the nine left in.... Read Betsfactor.com from 12 Noon on 30th Oct for more nonsense.
As a special bonus treat for our loyal subscribers, here's 10 minutes of half baked, cobbled together analysis from tonight's show, plus a quick voicemail from 0161 81 82 800 (Do call and leave your thoughts). We talk about that wet vest moment, the screw up of Abi's nuking and I use the phrase "very symbolic" in another moment of over analysis. All inside 10m 40 seconds as well. The main show is back 2pm Monday - so please do keep the voicemails coming in - 0161 81 82 800 - call about anything X Factor related.
It's TRIPLE WEEKEND - We're churning out THREE Podcasts of analysis for Week 3. Look out for 2am Sunday and 2pm Monday for the next editions. Your calls on 0161 81 82 800 (keep them coming!), we look at this week's song choices and the odds to go. Miss D or Abi? We disagree! Thanks so much for the 5* iTunes ratings, which we need to try and make the "New and Noteworthy" section.
The world's premier reality TV odds based entertainment podcast returns. What next for Miss Dynamix? We have four suggestions (the fourth is "do nothing"!). We argue about that boat, plus your calls on Kingsland Road, Odds, Ad Breaks and The Great British Bake Off(!). Really appreciate the ratings in iTunes - helps us get up the rankings, that's the only reason we need them! Would love your thoughts on who's going to win, or any questions, thoughts and opinions. Call the 24/7 voicemail line - 0161 81 82 800.
Analysis of the UK X Factor to a ridiculous degree. Your calls on judges, Rough Copy and styling (Call 24/7 - 0161 81 82 800), we reveal why Nicholas is clearly the main boy and who's going next. Expert commentary is provided by Daniel Gould from Sofabet.com.
Betsfactor, the UK's X Factor Betting Podcast is here. In this historic first episode, Daniel Gould from Sofabet chats to us about all 12 contestants. The big theory this week looks at Scotland, we review all the odds to win and your calls as well - Want to help us? 0161 81 82 800 is our voicemail line, leave us your thoughts about the X Factor. Any reviews always appreciated as well.
The Final Four did two songs each on last night's X Factor... Marcus Canty was first up with "I'll Make Love to You" by Boyz II Men. Nicole Scherzinger said he brought sexy back. Marcus followed with Wham's "Careless Whisper." Simon Cowell said it was horrific. Chris Rene started with "Fly" by Sugar Ray. Paula Abdul said he has the gift to communicate emotions. He followed with "No One" by Alicia Keys. L.A. Reid advised to "keep doing what you're doing." Melanie Amaro did "Hero" by Mariah Carey. Simon declared it "bloody fantastic." She followed with Nina Simone's "Feeling Good." Paula loved it. Josh Krajcik kicked off with "Come Together" by the Beatles. Reid said it was his best in weeks. Simon said Josh's performance of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" should keep him around.
Melanie Amaro kicked the show off with a dance remix of Adele's "Someone Like You." Simon Cowell remarked that it "wasn't karaoke, you've taken the track and done something different with it." He said she had confidence and sounds like a diva. Her second song was Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston's "When You Believe." Nicole Scherzinger said it gave her goosebumps and she "believed every word" that Melanie sang. Rachel Crow started with B.o.B's "Nothin' on You." Paula Abdul called it her "best performance," a "perfect song -- fun, youthful and you're a star." After her second song, Michael Jackson's "Music and Me," Nicole called Rachel "an old soul in a 13-year old's body" and Simon agreed. Trying to bounce back from his second week in the bottom two, Marcus Canty did Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody," which Nicole said "took us to church and the dance club at the same time." Simon said he "likes people who don't act like victims and blame other people -- you really came back strong." But ...
* Josh Krajcik did "Dirty Diana." Simon Cowell said, "As a spectacle is was great [but] you were over-produced." * Astro performed "Black and White." Paula Abdul said, "I think you're extraordinary." * Drew did "Billie Jean." L.A. Reid said, "You made it your own. It pains me to say it, but I liked it." * Rachel Crow performed "Can You Feel It." Nicole Sherzinger said she didn't feel the connection. * Marcus Canty did "Pretty Young Thing (PYT)." Simon said the vocals were off. * Chris Rene performed "I'll Be There." Simon said it was rough. * Melanie Amaro did "Earth Song." Paula said, "It was flawless. You nailed it."
LeRoy Bell kicked things off with "We've Got Tonight" by Bob Seger. Simon Cowell said it was good, but lacked originality. Rachel Crow did the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction." Simon said he can see her winning the show. Chris Rene put some funk into Bob Marley's "No Woman, No Cry." Paula Abdul liked the originality. Stacy Francis performed Meatloaf's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now." L.A. Reid said he's proud of her. Melanie Amaro did "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. Reid said the song didn't fit rock night. Simon argued that R.E.M. is a rock band. Josh Krajcik did "The Pretender" by the Foo Fighters. Nicole Sherzinger said he's ready for a recording contract. Lakoda Rayne performed The Outfield's "Your Love." Simon said it was a total mess. Astro rapped to a Puff Daddy's "I'll Be Missing You," which samples the Police. Nicole said it was a smart choice. Drew did "With or Without You" by U2. Simon stood and applauded at the finish. Marcus Canty performed "Piece of My Heart" by Janis Jopl ...