X-Factor Producers Responsible for High School Choir’s Failed Performance?

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A high school show choir blames X-Factor producers for its failed performance. The victims claim that the producers of the hit talent search show came up with a plan to affect their performance.

The members of H20, Hollywood High school’s show coir, claim that the two songs they rehearsed were said to not be on the list of approved performance songs right before they were about to hit the stage. The two songs they originally planned to sing were “Some Nights” by F.U.N. and “Rolling in the Deep”, by Adele.

At the end the choir performed “Shake it Out”, only to be stopped in the middle by judge Simon Cowell, who began to question their casual and non-uniformed attire. The group then claimed that producers informed them not to wear their usual uniform.

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