The X Factor 2013 Preview: A Closer Look At The Four Chair Challenge| September 30, 2013 at 9:00 AM EST
The X Factor 2013 preliminary rounds continue this week as we’re introduced to the brand-new elimination round “The Four Chair Challenge.”
Here’s a remind of how it works:
Starting on Wednesday, Oct. 2, The X Factor 2013 enters unchartered territory with an all-new ultimate showdown – The Four Chair Challenge. As the Top 40 acts perform in front of a passionate and vocal audience of thousands, each judge must choose just four acts that they will take with them into the live shows. The tension escalates as the judges make their toughest cuts – and the crowd fights back!
In the Four Chair Challenge, contestants who impress the judges will be given a chair on the new “X”-shaped stage, and the others will be sent home. But just because they get a chair, it doesn’t mean they are safe. Each judge has the choice to replace one of his/her already seated acts with a new act, or send that act straight home, upping the emotion and drama to new heights. — Fox
Below we’ve got a dramatic and action-packed preview from The Four Chair Challenge. “Everything changes,” host Mario Lopez says in the promo. “Get ready for a brand new elimination round. 10 acts per category, four chairs per category. But who will be sitting in them in the end?”
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