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It`s no secret that televised singing competitions like the one previous X-Factor contestant and singer Victor Steele entered, have long had viewers questioning whether results of which contestants are chosen end up being a result of compromised manipulation when singers with mediocre talent are applauded while outstanding singers are eliminated or better yet just fixed from the get go with a few off singers from the start hogging all the attention as this music artist might call it. That`s why rather than give up after being sent home from Sydney X-Factor Auditions in May of 2012, up and coming singer (and emergency doctor) Victor Steele decided to get even fighting back through music with the release of his new single "Ordinary Girl" and parody music video for the song. Inspired mostly by the music artists set up behind scenes that unfolded on live T.V. at X-Factor Auditions in Sydney when he was forced by X-Factor staff coordinators to sing "Need You Tonight
", a song not conducive to displaying vocal ability, versus a ballad, easy listening music, or a soft rock song. So from that moment, there on out is where things started to go downhill, being told that 'his' song choice was completely inappropriate. Maybe it was the fact that Keating called the "Need You Tonight
" rendition Music
Artist Victor Steele did creepy, or maybe it was the fact that former Spice Girl Mel B had the nerve to say there was nothing she could find good to say about it, but whatever it was at that very second that was going through Victor Steele`s head, it was memories from that day which have today in 2014 inevitably propelled him to make a work of art with his one of a kind video story line to the "Ordinary Girl" single.
With what starts out as a colorful introduction of singer Victor Steele playing each of the judges, channeling the responses of his worst nightmares from an unfavorable panel, turns into a musically filled plot later on in the video where he chases after the apple of his eye who in his eyes is anything but ordinary, while in parallel, tells the story of him starting guitar lessons soon after the X-Factor audition, writing the song and producing it as a single, flying in the faces of the judges. If Ordinary Girl sets the tone and mood for what is to be expected from here on out with Music
Artist Victor Steele`s album then ordinary girls everywhere across the U.S. and internationally should be running to CD Baby: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/victorsteele, to get a taste of this solid, and aptly titled, EP "Factor This" by Mr. Steele. There is no better steal than listening to this doctor of music mend a following of fans. One has to wonder looking back what judge Guy Sebastian, who once during the X-Factor process called Victor Steele`s performance too intense would have to say now about the artist`s legion of supporters today despite the "Need You Tonight
" mishap. One thing is certain though and this is that Victor Steele is looking forward and things for the once sabotaged X-factor contestant are looking up, to read more on the details of Music
Artist Victor Steele`s journey, readers can subscribe to his mailing list at https://www.victorsteele.com/ for more info and visit https://victor- thediary.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/x-factor.html.