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Posted: 19 Sep 05, 08:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Tomorrow night is the final it's down to MiG J.D And Marty, I hated the idea of this show at the start but have been blown away with these singers preformances.I probably wont follow there progression after the show ends as i never really liked INXS in the first place. For there final preformance they can pick to sing any song that has been preformed during the show...MiG has picked BohRhap i dont think this will work in his favour,INXS dont need to see him as a Queen preformer anymore...
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When the three Rockers get back to the Mansion, they enter the billiard room to see a solitary envelope on the bulletin board. It contains a note from INXS congratulating them for making the final three. It also informs them that for the final show, they each must pick the one song from all the songs performed this season that best shows what they have to offer INXS.

With all the songs laid out on the floor before them, the three of them decide that they can put a hold on the songs they want. Marty quickly makes a strategic move and grabs "Pretty Vegas," keeping J.D. from his most popular song. J.D. decides on the Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want." The song was a showstopper for Ty a few weeks ago, but J.D. has a personal reason for wanting this tune: It's the song he's requested to be played at his funeral (along with another Stones classic, "Sympathy For The Devil").

J.D. doesn't want to repeat himself: "I'm here to progress, not regress," he says. Marty ends up deciding to reprise his performance of Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here," because it's the song with which he found a new voice. MiG's instinct is to take Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," but he's not sure it's the right move. Privately, Marty says that for MiG, singing that song would be a "shaky decision." It would send the wrong message if he's trying to show INXS that he's moved on from being the lead in a Queen musical. But when MiG asks for advice, with a straight face, Marty tells him, "Go for it."

Whose strategy will serve them best in the finale? J.D. says he wants "You Can't Always Get What You Want" played at his funeral -- could singing it start off his new life as the lead singer for INXS? Will MiG's choice to sing Queen work against him? Is Marty right in taking the safe route, singing a song he knows works for him?

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