X Factor 2015: Lauren Murray Shove 4th Impact Member To Get Attention And More Highlights!

X Factor 2015. Screen capture c/o Youtube.

The X Factor 2015 season has been creating a lot of drama and viewers are now crying foul after the show’s results have appeared to be fixed two weeks in a row.

Last week, Olly Murs apologized to the X Factor 2015 viewers for his “massive f**k-up” after he accidentally announced that Monica Michaels would be leaving the show when the show had gone into a deadlock.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p7TpVDLOzs

Moments later, it was revealed that Michaels had indeed been voting out, leading viewers to speculate that the decision had been made by producer Simon Cowell ahead of the time.

Now, it seems as though the X Factor 2015 is intentionally creating drama in a drastic effort to save the show’s ratings. On this week’s show, audiences claim that they were clearly able to hear Simon Cowell whispering “Che, Che” to his co-judges, ordering them to vote to save Che Chesterman while he voted for his own act, Anton Stephans.

The vote left Cowell with no acts remaining in the show, but it seems pretty clear that is what he wanted to have happen. For fans of X Factor 2015, this is unacceptable and people are now believing that the entire show has been fixed from the start.

Then, during the same show, X Factor 2015 singer Lauren Murray was seen live as she pushed one of the members of girl group 4th Impact out of the way when she attempted to come in for a hug. Murray, for her part, is claiming that it wasn’t what it looked like and that people are just looking for drama where ever they can find it.

https://twitter.com/laurenmurray/status/668540326278209537

To top off the already drama-filled evening, Anton Stephans decided to butt heads with X Factor 2015 judge Nick Grimshaw after receiving his thoughts on the singer’s performance that evening.

While giving feedback, Grimshaw had this to say about Stephans: “I don’t know that you’re the kind of artist that I would want to listen to on the radio… or buy the album. There is something that feels like an act to me.”

Anton Stephans seemed to take this a little too personally and after yelling back at the judge that “I’m not an act. This is real, this is real,” Stephans went so far as to make personal jabs at Grimshaw’s Dj background, comparing him to the other judges who Stephans feels have a ‘real’ musical background and “don’t just play music on the radio and have famous friends”.

With all this drama on the X Factor 2015, it seems like the show has become less about the music and more about stirring the pot. It remains to be seen whether fans will remain loyal, especially now that they feel the entire show is a pre-fixed facade.

Read also: The X Factor UK: Episode Highlights And Which Acts Got Booted Off?

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