A Pair of Stars are Born: The Good Girls Audition for The X Factor

the good girls us  x factor 2011

I hate to drop such a blistering glamour bomb without nary a warning, but did anybody else catch these two eyeball bedazzlers on last night’s The X Factor? To the left, we have Sherry, a retired professional singer. (And poetry reader. At coffee shops.) And to the right, we have her daughter, Darwin. (Darwin?!?) Together, they’ve already written a screenplay about Simon Cowell, and they’ve now again joined as the soon-to-be global superstars, the Good Girls. Let’s take a look at their audition in which they perform Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On,” shall we?

…wow. Just, wow. Sure, as mother/daughter acts go, Judy and Liza at the Palladium still ranks supreme (OBVIOUSLY), but still, wow. This guy in the live audience knows what I’m talking about:

audience reaction to the good girls on the x factor

I think it goes without saying that judges were way off with their decision. I mean, et tu, Nicole Scherzinger? She used to be in the Pussycat Dolls, and the Good Girls are what the Grey Gardens musical to be like if it was directed by John Waters. Both are just a torch-song lipsynch and a tuck away from being a drag act, so it made my inner tranny clown shed a single white-diamond tear to see her not represent.

Paula Abdul, however, totally gets a pass for her vote. In case you don’t recall, she was once attached to the Bratz movie, and have you seen the Bratz movie? I’ve seen the Bratz movie, so I completely understand: Sometimes, we all make terribly stupid life choices.

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