Cher Lloyd has chosen some of her favourite songs to the nation over the past few months, and the followers of X-Factor are loving what Lloyd shares. However, what is not mentioned in the media is that the songs Lloyd shares are not exactly chosen by her. Most of the songs Cher Lloyd sings are songs selected by the executive producers of the popular British singing competition show. Many of the songs Lloyd shared with the viewers have been released on the X-Factor website through iTunes, generating revenue for the company.
Cher Lloyd has been a favoured candidate, and the judges appear to be eating up what Lloyd is dishing out. Has this given Cher Lloyd a false sense of security? Will this favouritism cause Cher Lloyd to make a mistake while on-air?
Lloydshared her opinion in a recent online chat forum, with many of the Cher Lloyd followers available to listen to her most recent opportunity to speak with her fans. As those who were online that night commented, her presence seems almost angelic, and she seemed to be riding high on her success. Some commented that what will end up happening will be a scam of the highest order, something which has yet to occur in the world of British pop-culture.
The management for Cher Lloydshare their latest press release on the management's website, which states that Cher Lloyd is not a victim to a scam with the X-Factor departments. The PR department appear to be issuing the statement through the X-Factor publicity juggernaut, an effective media campaign.
The press release released by the company representing Lloydshares states that the singer will be relying more on the singer's influences to select the songs she chooses to sing, rather than rely on the shows limited library of licensed songs.
Watch X-Factor to hear the songs Cher Lloyd shares with the millions of followers to the popular show.
Matt Cardile's song "When we collide" has sick lyrics about bruising and "when you hit me, hit me hard". It sounds like an anthem for domestic violence and relationship abuse. What an irresponsible message to broadcast and promote.