The X Factor (Australia) have a Starscore of 279,003 and are No.793 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 253,224 Twitter followers, 867,314 Facebook fans and 36,661,176 YouTube views. Today The X Factor (Australia) gained 108 Twitter followers, gained 536 Facebook fans and gained 696,424 YouTube views. Their social media ranking has moved down 57 places in the daily Australasia Chart to no.66 and has risen to no.108 in the all time Australasia Chart.
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The X Factor is an Australian television reality music competition, based on the original UK series, to find new singing talent. The first series of the show was broadcast from February to May, however, since the second series it has been broadcast from July/August until the grand final in October/November. The X Factor is produced by FremantleMedia Australia, and is currently broadcast on the Seven Network. The title "X Factor" refers to a singing & stage talent which is "unique" and "something" that makes for star quality. Network Ten held rights for The X Factor in 2005, but dropped the show after the first series due to poor ratings. In 2010, the Seven Network went into a "bidding war" to gain rights for the show, and later won and a second series went into production. The X Factor was renewed after a highly successful Australian Idol was no longer broadcast through Network Ten. It is also broadcast in New Zealand on TV3. Two series of The Xtra Factor were broadcast through Network Ten in 2005 and 7Two in 2010. The show was not renewed for a third series in 2011.The original judging panel line-up in 2005 consisted of Mark Holden, Kate Ceberano, and John Reid. When the show was revived in 2010, the judging panel was replaced by Ronan Keating, Natalie Imbruglia, Kyle Sandilands and Guy Sebastian. Imbruglia and Sandilands did not return for series three and were replaced by Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Mel B. Dannii Minogue and Redfoo joined the panel in series five as replacements for Mel B and Sebastian. During the televised audition phases of The X Factor, originally the contestants sang in an "audition room" in front of just the judges, however, from series two onwards all auditionees sing on stage in an arena, in front of the judges and a live audience. The successful acts then progress to the next stage of the competition, "bootcamp" and later "home visits", where the judges narrow their category down to three acts who will continue to the live shows, where the public vote for their favourite act, following weekly performances by the contestants.There have been five winners to date: Random, Altiyan Childs, Reece Mastin, Samantha Jade, and Dami Im. Winners received a recording contract with record label Sony Music Australia. In series three, the winner also received a management contract, and in series four, a Nissan Dualis car. Each winning contestant's single has charted within the top-ten of the ARIA Singles Chart, only Mastin's, Jade's and Im's singles have reached number one. There have also been a number of hit singles released by other contestants who have appeared on The X Factor. The show has received numerous awards and nominations, including five Logie Award nominations, of which it has won one for Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program.