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X Factor Semi Finals Breaks Rating Records!

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The semi-final round of X Factor pulled in a record-breaking 15.2 million viewers this past Saturday, beating out last year's episode by 1.4 million!

Holy shiz! That's incredible!

We wonder if Simon and company can get those kind of numbers for the upcoming US version of the competition!

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5 comments to “X Factor Semi Finals Breaks Rating Records!”

  1. 1

    I doubt it, considering any show that goes from Britain to America ends up turning to shit. And nice one for taking Simon and giving us the Hoff(in BGT), fair swap my bollocks The Hoff is such a loser and has nothing to bring to the show, except a shiteous accent and a rise in the Perv factor.

  2. 2

    Why in the heck are you telling us about the ratings of a horrible British karaoke show called the X Factor? And no, please, we do not need any more shitty british shows here in the US! Let the UK keep their trash they call TV shows.

  3. 3

    X Factor is a great show. Uk has the best television, US have trashy shitty reality shows. We have Corrie!

  4. 4

    I figured it out. You are hyping this British karaoke show because X Factor is, or you are hoping will be, one of your big advertisers once it hits the US. That or you are still licking ass in hopes of appearing as a guest judge once it hops the ocean.
    In a nutshell - your desperation is showing. Have you not noticed the majority of your readers could care less about this show…even your overseas readers?

  5. 5

    The ratings seem to be going down year after year..

    This year doesn't even compare to the talent in 2008