Three’s a crowd: X Factor down to the final trio fighting for the finish line
Who's it gonna be out of the final X Factor three?
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It was down to the final four last week on the hit talent show X Factor Arabia. All contestants sang twice in front the judges, but Adham Al Nabulsi from Jordan on Wael Kfoury's team and Ibrahim Abdul Athem on Hussien Al Jassmi's team stood out above the others.
Unlike the judges on Arab Idol who are constantly at battle, the X Factor team appeared like good ol’ buddies, exchanging jokes and laughter. When Elissa promised to attend Adham Al Nabulsi's first concert after the show, Wael Kfoury said he's tagging along too. It looks like everything still all good between the two pals, despite a potentially insulting comment made by Wael early last week.
The results show had the final four busting out “We Will Rock You” together, followed by Tunisian singer Saber Al Rubai heating things up with his guest star performances. The remaining crew was on pins and needles as Mohammad Al Reifi on Hussien Al Jassmi's team was the first announced to being moving on, followed by Adham Al Nabulsi and Ibrahim Abdul Athem. Only the group Young Pharoz was left standing without being called on to advance and got eliminated from the battling ring.
We can’t wait for next Thursday's episode to vote for our favorite contestant from the beginning of the show ‘til its end and find out who officially wins the title on Friday. An exciting week lies ahead in the world of rising talent.
Should Young Pharoz have gotten the boot, or was another contestant less worthy? Please share with us your thoughts!
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