X Factor Australia's History,Format,Stages,Series,judges and Productio

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The X Factor was an Australian TV reality music rivalry, in light of the first UK arrangement, to discover new singing ability. The main period of the show debuted on Network Ten on 6 February 2005.

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Tables of Content The X Factor Australia History Format Categories Stages Series Overview Judges Production Source

The X Factor Australia:

The X Factor Australia The X Factor was an Australian television reality music competition, based on the original UK series, to find new singing talent. The first season of the show premiered on Network Ten on 6 February 2005.

History:

History The X Factor was created by Simon Cowell in the United Kingdom and is based on the original UK series. Cowell then began to grow and expand The X Factor competition franchise and in 2005, the Australian version of the show was launched on Network Ten, the same channel as the highly successful Australian Idol.[8] However, due to poor ratings Network Ten dropped The X Factor after one season.

Format:

Format The X Factor  was primarily concerned with identifying singing talent, through appearance, personality, and stage presence. Dance routines were also important elements of many performances. Throughout the live shows, the judges acted as mentors to their category, helping to decide song choices, styling and staging, while judging contestants from other categories.

Categories:

Categories In season one, the show was split into three categories: 16-24 Over 25s (soloists aged 25 and over) and Groups (including duos). In seasons two–four, the 16-24s category was split into separate male and female sections, making four categories in all: Under 25 Boys, Under 25 Girls, Over 25s, and Groups. In season three, the minimum age for the Under 25 Boys and Under 25 Girls categories was lowered to 14.

Stages:

Stages There were five stages to the competition: Stage 1: Open auditions: These auditions decided who would sing in front of the judges Stage 2: Judges' auditions Stage 3: Master class (season 1), bootcamp (season 2–7) or three seat challenge (season 7–8) Stage 4: Judges' houses (season 1) or super home visits (season 2–7) Stage 5: Live shows (finals)

Series Overview:

Series Overview

Judges:

Judges Kate Ceberano Mark Holden Mark Holden John Reid Natalie Imbruglia Ronan Keating Kyle Sandilands Guy Sebastian Natalie Bassingthwaighte Mel B Dannii Minogue Redfoo James Blunt Chris Isaak Iggy Azalea Adam Lambert

Production:

Production Executive producer(s) Jonathon Summerhayes Location(s) Various (auditions) Vodafone Arena, Melbourne, Victoria (2005 live shows) Fox Studios, Sydney, New South Wales (2010-2016 live shows) Running time 60–120 minutes Production company(s) Grundy Television (2005) FremantleMedia Australia (2010–2016)

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Source http://australia2018auditions.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_X_Factor_(Australian_TV_series)

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