Saturday, 17 December 2011

Justin Drew Bieber Duet With Stevie Wonder And The Final 'X Factor'

When Justin Bieber performed at the end of "The X Factor (U.S.)" next week, it will take the stage alone. According to rumors, the singer of 17 years of age, will bring one of the first top 10 contestants, Drew Ryniewicz, which is a big fan of it. His performance will reportedly be accompanied by music veteran Stevie Wonder.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the trio recorded their performance on December 14 for a later broadcast. Apparently, it will serve the public with a version of two classic Christmas "The Christmas Song" and "Santa Claus comes to town," which are listed in Bieber certified platinum album "Under the Mistletoe."

Attracted never shy to proclaim his love for Bieber from day 1 appeared on the U.S. version "The X Factor". She caught the attention of Simon Cowell, Nicole Scherzinger, Paula Abdul and LA Reid from the beginning, when he entered the hearing room to play their own version of "Baby".

The aspiring singer of 14 years of age, Chino Valley, Arizona was mentored by Cowell during the bootcamp. She, along with Astro, was eliminated in the sixth week of the talent show after failing to impress the three judges in a final showdown against Marcus Canty. She chose to sing Roxette "Listen to Your Heart" at the time.

 Shortly after his removal, Bieber went to the console on Twitter. "Keep your head up. I lost my first competition as well. This is just the beginning of u. never say never," he wrote. The message apparently helped to lift your spirit as published, "ended up being a good day. We had a great experience in this program."


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