This year, an embattled struggle is not X Factor Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole has suffered a lower-rated TV. Will this translates into a reduction in sales of the winners of the first single? Since its debut eight seasons ago, X Factor has dominated the race for number one pop single in the UKduring the Christmas week. But in 2009 a successful online campaign to show the race in first place has resulted in a No. 1 for ”Killing in the Name” by Rage Against the Machine punk band. This year there are two top contenders to deny, with the X Factor Christmas a number of areas.
The first contender is a song that will touch every heart. And ‘”Wherever You Are,” the first single from the choir military wives. This is a group of partners and spouses of military personnel. The choir was made jointly by the TV choirmaster Gareth Malone popular. The song is based on the exchange of correspondence between the segments of the military personnel and their families.
The second contender is the subject of a Facebook effort. He tries to push Nirvana classic ”Smells Like Teen Spirit” at the top-20years after its initial release. The proceeds from the sale of the song will benefit children’s charities Rhyth mix. ”Smells Like Teen Spirit” hit # 7 in theUK for the first time around. It ’was one of three top-10 singles of the band in theUnited Kingdom. The race for the leadership is in progress, and it seems that we are very far from a clear winner.