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by Earlie Doriman

Football has become the latest craze in Philippine sports and obviously, the Filipinos succumb to the passion in just a matter of months.  It could not be refuted that Pinoys are natural lovers of sports. What is so amazing though is that the interest towards football came so swiftly and robustly and fanatics have quickly grown in numbers.Football is like a national sport in all European countries and famous leagues are always part of the life and enjoyment of European people. (more…)

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by Earlie Doriman

The semi-final result of the X-FACTOR dropped Danyl Johnson in the top 3 finale next Saturday. Garnering the lowest public votes, my personal bet sang his last song ‘Man in the Mirror’ with a huge heart. So it is now down to three outstanding performers and the exhilaration starts to put pressure on these talented singers. It is going to be an exciting final showdown between two boys and a lone girl survivor – OLLY MURS, JOE McELDERRY, and STACEY SOLOMON.

Top 3 Finalists: (From left) Joe McElderry, Stacey Solomon, Olly Murs

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by Earlie Doriman

For the past three performance weeks, I didn’t bother to watch the X-FACTOR over the telly due to my disappointments in the previous result nights.  But when I learned that the worst performers were finally voted out in those weeks, I sighed in relief and said the ‘X-FACTOR is back on the right track’.  It is now very encouraging for everyone who spent money and time patronising the show every Saturdays and Sundays that at least they are watching worthy and quality talent competition.

X-FACTOR Survivors (From Left:Joe McElderry, Danyl Johnson, Olly Murs, and Stacey Solomon

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X-FACTOR: The EX-FACTOR

Posted: November 19, 2009 in Entertainment

by Earlied

It is so infuriating to see better talents leaving week after week but that is how it seemed to be working in the UK’s reality singing search the X-factor. By the way X-factor is Britain’s version of the American Idol.  At first, it was the three-girl group Miss Frank’s second week performance which did not draw much of the public vote that eventually sent them home.  They were very potential singers and their chemistry, though unsubstantiated at the start, is simply fantastic. Each of the girls has her own unique stage presence and charisma.

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