Rachel Crow—Personality Plus!


Rachel Crow

I don’t know of many eighth-graders who can stroll out on stage in front of thousands and a television audience of millions, banter likes she’s with her BFF and then perform like she’s singing into a hairbrush in front of her bedroom mirror. One thing is certain about thirteen-year-old Rachel Crow: she’s not deficient in the personality gene.

Here is Rachel’s game-changing performance in the TOP 11 round.


Rachel Crow's "X Factor" makeover promo shot

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8 Responses to “Rachel Crow—Personality Plus!”

  1. Nicke Says:

    I’m glad Rachel is still in … making it to the TOP 5!!

    I have a heart for special kids who can be a positive influence for other children who may be different. She could have had all the reasons in the world to be a moody, difficult child but her adoptive mother says she has always been a happy and loving child. I think she’s an old soul.

    She’s also a great advertisement for people who wonder about how things may turn out if they adopt a child, particularly a child that is of a different race. I think it goes to show that unconditional love transcends everything, even biology, i.e. blood supposedly being thicker than water.

    She is my sentimental favourite to win this competition but if she is eliminated so close to the end, it’s not really the end at all. I understand the Disney people are very keen to make her their next big star. I just hope all this, so much and so quickly, doesn’t change her.

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    It’s just like you to make one brilliant point after another, Nicke! Cool about DIsney. But you’re right, I can’t imagine being thrust into the spotlight at such a young age. How can it NOT change you? Then again, if this is what she’s born to do, she has a much better shot at managing what’s to come.

  3. Nicke Says:

    I was sad to see her go – and with all that controversy – but I am actually quite happy that she has already moved on to other things that may be more suitable for her.

    Despite her initial shock and devastated reaction – a reminder that she’s very much a child at heart – she recovered fairly rapidly and actually was the only one who was able to console Nicole, the judge who took the decision to go to that ”deadlock”, which resulted in her elimination. The next morning, after just a couple of hours sleep, she was off doing interviews and back to her usual happy self.

    This ‘survival’ performance of hers has to surely go down as her most astonishing performance and, in my view, one of the best performances from the first season of X Factor USA. Here’s the link for it since I think it’s a keeper!

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks for your comments, Nicke. I didn’t expect Rachel to win, but there’s no doubt that her time on X Factor will launch her career. It certainly is astonishing to see someone so young with that much stage presence!

  5. Nicke Says:

    I wonder if her little introduction role (of Leona Lewis) is a hint of things to come… especially since X Factor tweeted this: @IAmRachelCrow co-hosting next season with @SteveJones:#ForTheWin

  6. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Wow, a fourteen-year-old co-host?! That would certainly be big news, Nicke!

  7. Nicke Says:

    The X Factor Top 5 gang doing an impromptu song while getting their hair done.

  8. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks, Nicke! Hmmm, I’m wondering why Marcus was even in the room, given that he doesn’t need his hair worked on!

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