Last year’s X Factor contestants JLS have waded into the X Factor miming row which surrounded Cheryl Cole when she performed her debut solo single earlier last month on the popular ITV Talent Show.
The argument surrounds her performance of Fight For This Love on The X Factor. One week before her performance, Cheryl announced she would not be singing live, but over backlash from the public, she went back on her decision and announced she would be singing live. Despite this, a lot of fans still believe Cheryl was miming her track.
JLS, who were last year’s runners up, who are now trying to knock Cheryl off the number one spot in the charts with their own track, Everybody In Love, have surprisingly OK-ed it for the judge to mime, despite her own acts being forced to sing and dance live.
“Sometimes you need to give the best performance possible and sometimes you have to mime and for me, watching as a viewer I thought it was an absolutely incredible performance and she looked and danced amazingly. It’s all about the song at the end of the day and we all think the song is great. We are going to get her album as well,” said JLS singer JB.
Meanwhile, Aston of JLS said: “At the end of the day she is one artist. She can’t sing all four harmonies that there are going to be. We are OK because we can sing the whole chorus fully live because we are four people. She needs backing stuff. Like on the dance bit. She needs the under part, the high part and then she is singing the middle part.“
But all four lads were split 50/50 when they asked who was winning the hotness stakes between Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue this series, saying that is one vote that should be put to Dead Lock.
So what do you think fans? Should or did Cheryl Cole mime to the debut solo performance of Fight For This Love on The X Factor? Leave us a comment below…