The axed females on The X Factor 2015 have slammed the show, branding it as a “total set up.”
Reject Kelly Mai Webb revealed details about her experience on the six chair challenge:
“It was like you had fallen out of a tent drunk and went for a walk”.
Kelly claimed: “I knew I wasn’t going through before I even got on stage. Normally the cameras would be all over me, but that day they didn’t even talk to me.”
She added to the Blackpool Gazette: “It’s a total set-up.”
And Kelly suggested: “They know from the start whether they want you or they don’t.”
Jasmine Leigh Morris and Caitlyn Vanbeck’s performances at the six chair challenge were cut out of the show:
“When people were watching the show on Sunday night, and expecting to see me, Twitter started going mad with people wondering where I was,” Jasmine said. “There were 15 of us all hoping to get a seat but a couple of us weren’t shown at all.”
She told Wales Online: “To be honest, I was expecting it a bit because I knew I hadn’t got through to the Judge’s Houses round and just accepted that maybe that’s why they didn’t show my much after the first audition.
“I was in the background quite a lot but none of the focus was on me. It didn’t bother me too much because I was very nervous in front of the camera anyway.”
The X Factor continues weekly on ITV.