Fox admitted that they is lip syncing on The X Factor. They said that all the survival songs are live, but the group performances are pre-recorded. I get it, but they’re not on Glee, they’re on a singing competition!
They said, “For the group ensemble performance, the vocals are pre-recorded to allow acts to concentrate on preparing for their own live competitive performances on Wednesdays — this is also no different to what other competition shows do for ensemble performances.”
I bet they would have never come clean if someone didn’t catch them…
Here’s Leroy Bell singing without the mic to his mouth.
Now we know where their standards are–no autotune (that’s good), but lip syncing–totally okay because it’s still their voice. Sheesh.
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