Next up is Kayla Ember who is 18 years-old from Florida. Kayla sang a cover of Halsey’s “Bad At Love” on The Four. Prior to getting on stage, Kayla said to herself
DJ Khaled said that the Four is the serious Four. Charlie Walk said that just because you are a good singer does not qualify you as a superstar. Oddly enough, Charlie was texting on his phone during the feedback. Do the panel not even care about this show? Meghan Trainor called Kayla a baby. Sean “Diddy” Combs said that with the right producer Kayla could really be something.
Kayla could only get one Yes so she failed to get herself a chance to battle one of the Four.
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The Four: Battle For Stardom Social Media Reactions
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— Ms.C (@Ms_CC_) January 12, 2018
When were deeper in the competition I don’t wanna see no mediocre talents SMH
— Invicto (@Ernzcognito) January 12, 2018
Looks like she ain’t a bad bitch after all #TheFour
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From the producers behind some of the biggest talent-driven shows on earth, comes, “THE FOUR: BATTLE FOR STARDOM”, a groundbreaking vocal competition series that challenges performers to beat the best in order to be the best.
Grammy® Award-winning musician, record producer and songwriter Sean “Diddy” Combs, record-producing hitmaker DJ Khaled, Grammy-winning recording artist and songwriter Meghan Trainor and record label executive Charlie Walk have joined the panel of experts on FOX’s new singing competition series, THE FOUR: BATTLE FOR STARDOM. Eight-time Grammy® Award-winning, multi-Platinum solo artist Fergie will serve as host of the series.
ITV Entertainment is searching for the strongest singers in the world to audition for this epic primetime series. Four top-notch vocalists will fight to defend their coveted seats against hungry newcomers week after week. The longer they hold onto their seats, the closer they are to their dreams.
The singer left “sitting” will win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take their career to the next level with a panel of music industry heavyweights behind them. As part of grand prize, the winner will be named an iHeartMedia “On The Verge” artist.
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