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See the Holiday Party-Perfect Dresses Stars Are Loving Right Now | Demi Lovato, Kate Bosworth, Taylor Swift

See the Holiday Party-Perfect Dresses Stars Are Loving Right Now

Originally posted 11/24/2013 06:20PM

Plus, the one thing that doesn't seem to be gaining any steam

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The X Factor: Who Did Simon Cowell Call 'A Singing Hamster'?

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The X Factor: Who Did Simon Cowell Call 'A Singing Hamster'?

Originally posted 11/21/2013 10:20AM

It was a British invasion on Wednesday's The X Factor, as the Top 10 took on songs from across the pond.

Jeff Gutt, 37, "rocked" this week, literally and critically, singing "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen.

Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato were unanimous in their praise of the Over 25s singer, saying, "This is by far your best performance."

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Demi Lovato Shares How She Stays Strong and Sober

Demi Lovato Talks About Anniversary of Her Sobriety in New Book

Originally posted 11/18/2013 03:35PM

Demi Lovato is a changed woman.

Following her treatment for addiction and other issues three years ago, the X Factor mentor, 21, is releasing a book, Staying Strong 365 Days of the Year, a collection of quotes and daily goals she hopes will help others. The book is out Tuesday.

One of the quotes, which she shared exclusively on Facebook Monday, is the "Serenity Prayer."

"I have spoken this prayer almost every day of my recovery," she writes in the book, "and it has helped me simplify the sea of emotions and feelings that often run through me, especially on a hard day."

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Demi Lovato Still Won't Watch Herself on TV After Having an Eating Disorder | Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato: It's Hard Being on Camera If You've Had an Eating Disorder

Originally posted 11/15/2013 02:00PM

Demi Lovato isn't ready to jump back into an acting career.

The X Factor judge says it's difficult being on camera since her treatment for anorexia and bulimia. In fact, while millions watch her on TV each week, she doesn't watch herself.

"It is still hard being in front of the camera when you have suffered from eating disorders, and I still don't watch my episodes. It is hard," Lovato, 21, told reporters at Thursday's show.

"I think ultimately my main thing is singing," she said. "Maybe movies once in a while, if the right role comes along."

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X Factor: Judges Shocked by Bottom Two Following Surprising Elimination

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X Factor: Judges Shocked by Bottom Two Following Surprising Elimination

Originally posted 11/15/2013 08:30AM

On Wednesday's episode of The X Factor, judge Simon Cowell predicted that contestant Carlito Olivero would "go home" this week following his lackluster performance of "Rhythm Is Gonna Get You."

But on Thursday night, an annoyed Cowell rolled his eyes when it was revealed that not only was Olivero, 24, staying put this week, but that he was the first contestant to make it through to the top 10.

Adding insult to injury, the girl group Sweet Suspense – whose performance of the Tony Basil song "Mickey" left Cowell raving that they were "the best of the night" on Wednesday – was sent home in a shocking elimination that host Mario Lopez repeatedly described as "an unpopular decision."

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The X Factor: Josh Levi Is 'Straight Up' the Star of the Night

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The X Factor: Josh Levi Is 'Straight Up' the Star of the Night

Originally posted 11/14/2013 08:45AM

The X Factor was all about big hair and even bigger results Wednesday night.

Carlos Guevara was the first Top 13 contestant to be eliminated as the show kicked off by announcing results after last week's technical glitch nullified the voting.

Then it was back to the '80s, as the contestants took on songs from the era of Madonna's fingerless-gloved heyday.

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The X Factor: Rion Paige Leaves Demi Lovato in Tears

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The X Factor: Rion Paige's Lady Gaga Song Leaves Demi Lovato in Tears

Originally posted 11/08/2013 11:10AM

One of The X Factor's contestants was supposed to be sent home Thursday after the Top 13 got down with Motown on Wednesday night.

But when voting information from Wednesday's show turned out to be incorrect – the result of a graphics error during the recap – contestants were asked to perform again on Thursday.

The impromptu performance show, which gave the singers less than 24 hours to prepare, was chaotic: Contestant after contestant was brought out in speedy fashion, and the judges were forced to deliver their comments quickly (often only one or two of the judges got a word in after a performance).

The craziness was summed up perfectly by host Mario Lopez, who said, "This is sort of like speed dating ... but speed singing."

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Watch Khaya Cohen Channel Amy Winehouse on The X Factor

The X Factor: Khaya Cohen Channels Amy Winehouse as the Top 12 Perform

Originally posted 11/07/2013 08:25AM

The X Factor got down with Motown Wednesday night as the Top 12 performed hits from the legendary record label.

Make that the Top 13: The live show kicked off with a surprise, as Josh Levi, who was eliminated from the Boys team by mentor Paulina Rubio last week, was invited back as a wild card.

Levi, 15, sang "Who's Loving You" by the Jackson 5, and earned raves from the judges, including Simon Cowell who said, "You went from zero to hero."

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Demi Lovato's Latest Gig: Nail Art Designer

Demi Lovato's Latest Gig: Nail Art Designer

Originally posted 11/06/2013 08:00AM

The singer partners with The New Black to create her own nail art kits

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The X Factor's Top 12: Guess Which Fan Favorites Were Sent Home

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The X Factor's Top 12: Guess Which Fan Favorites Were Sent Home

Originally posted 10/30/2013 08:55AM

After a baseball-induced hiatus, The X Factor returned with its own playoffs on Tuesday night, as one performer from each category – Boys, Girls, Over 25s and Groups – was eliminated.

Ellona Santiago, 17, kicked off the live show for the Girls with "Till the World Ends" by Britney Spears, which prompted a standing ovation from mentor Demi Lovato.

Bespectacled bookworm Danie Geimer, 15, sang "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus, a performance that had judge Simon Cowell asking, "How do we make you not boring?"

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