The X Factor's Miss Dynamix feeling 'pressure'
'The X Factor' girl band Miss Dynamix admit they are feeling "pressure" to survive this weekend's elimination after they were exempt from the public vote last week.
Miss Dynamix are feeling "pressure" to survive on 'The X Factor' this weekend.
The girl group - consisting of SeSe Foster, Jeanette Akua and Rielle Carrington - weren't able to perform during last Saturday's live show (19.10.13) as six-month pregnant SeSe was rushed to hospital due to anxiety, and they fear viewers may vote them out of the competition because of their absence.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the world premiere of 'Thor: The Dark World' in London's Leicester Square last night (22.10.13), Jeanette said: "We feel a lot of pressure because [in the past] everyone who's given a lifeline usually loses the next week, so we want to break that curse and prove to people we can do it."
While the trio were exempt from the public vote last week and automatically advanced to Week Three of the singing competition, Jeanette admits she would rather have fought for her place the live show.
She added: "It made me realise how badly I like being on stage. Even on the Sunday, even though I knew I was through to the next round, I wanted so badly to sing my way through to the next week."
Meanwhile, SeSe is "feeling great" after her hospital scare and revealed she "begged" producers to let her perform last weekend.
She explained: "I felt bad for the girls. I was crying. I literally begged and begged and begged to go on. They wouldn't let me."