I'm going to be quite strict because I'm very ambitious and I will see if the acts have ambition or not.stirred some controversy when it was suggested that her compatriots were casting votes from Finland using a loophole, which is strictly against the rules limiting votes to UK residents – but show bosses told Digital Spy at the time that there was no evidence that the claims were true.His mentor Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini voted to save him while Simon Cowell and Walsh voted to eliminate him.This meant the result went to deadlock and Akister was eliminated.“The visual signature of the series is that you feel like the camera is with the animals. For example, you might see this wonderful lemur leaping through the forest.Normally when we’d film that, we’d be standing back observing it, but here the lemur almost jumps over your shoulder and as it’s jumping over your shoulder, you’re with it - the camera is running with it!Now, people want to be famous for the sake of being famous even though they don't necessarily have the talent in a particular area, so the world of 'celebrityism' has been filled up with Big Brother winners and X Factor dropouts.For the sake of our intelligence, those of you that are a part of the Honey G 'machine', please stop force feeding us her shtick and put your time and efforts into those that are more deserving of such an opportunity.
“I’m told that we are attracting a larger than normal number of younger viewers and apparently the music of Hans Zimmer in particular is striking a chord,” the naturalist added to the Radio Times.“That pleases me enormously.” Aside from technology and sound editing changes, Attenborough said that he believes viewers are simply “reconnecting with a planet whose beauty is blemished and whose health is failing”, growing to understand that their futures and that of the planet are inextricably linked. ITV confirmed similar figures to The Times, albeit with a smaller margin.“Visually, where Planet Earth took an almost God-like perspective and said ‘Let’s look down on the Earth and see the scale of the planet’, what Planet Earth II is doing is saying ‘Let’s get ourselves into the lives of the animals, and see it from their perspective,’” series producer Mike Gunton said recently.Sharon Osbourne, Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh will be back as judges alongside Simon (and Eric) when the show returns later this year. , she's making a return to the programme in her home country of Finland.In the years since she rose to fame as a member of the Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger has continued to prove why she was an immediate fan favourite.