Ablisa’s awful X Factor audition is a YouTube hit
Video: The performance of two teenagers, which descends into violence, has had 3m hits
It has been branded the worst and most violent audition in the history of the X Factor but the stage debut of 'Ablisa' has become a YouTube phenomenon, and has been watched more than 3 million times since it was posted online at the weekend.
The clip stars teenagers Abbey Johnston and Lisa Parker whose dismal attempts to impress show judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole, Louis Walsh and Natalie Imbruglia descend into chaos when things don't go according to plan.
The excitable teenagers take to the stage in high spirits but soon get on the wrong side of the crowd. Lisa reacts be telling them to 'shut up' while Abbey storms off stage.
They soon return but things get worse as they churn out an execrable rendition of Shayne Ward's That's My Goal. And sensing that the judges' reaction is not what they wre hoping for the girls go on the attack, prompting Simon Cowell to tell them: "You have the worst attitude of any contestants I have ever met on any of these shows."
But there was worse to come. After some pretty mild criticism from Imbuglia, Lisa demanded: "Who are you?" of the Australian pop singer. The comment not only shocked the judges and audience, it also riled Abbey who once again stormed off stage, but not before punching her friend in the face.
Fans of Ablisa will be heartened by the news that the friends have reconciled and will be appearing at a nightclub in Guildford this weekend. ·
Comments are now closed on this article