Former X Factor contestant, Jillian Jensen, joins the Rhode Show to talk about last night's episode!
Although she's no longer on the show, Jensen still is an avid viewer.
"I like the production factor they have going on," She said. "I think that's what sets them apart from other shows. They have all these dance moves, they have fires on stage ... I was like woah!"
Along with the rest of America, the singer was baffled at last week's cut.
"Watching the show last week I was extremely confused that [Diamond] got booted off to begin with," Jensen told the Rhode Show. But now that Diamond is back on the show, she could not be happier.
The singer joked about her secret hope that she would be brought back.
"When they said they were doing something, a big twist, I'm going to be honest, my heart stopped a bit."
The Rhode Show and Jensen gossiped about how they believed each performer was doing. In the case of Cece Frey, the former contestant warned that on the show, performers have to be more careful on how they are perceived.
"When you're in the public eye, you always have to be careful of how you present yourself," She said. "It's really important in any situation. However that sways America, you can't really go back and change anything."
However, Jensen had nothing but positive things to say about everyone she worked with, including Emerald 3.
"Emerald 3 and I did a shoot together first day of boot camp," she said. "That was my first time meeting them. And I'm going to be honest, I was smitten. They told us to run in the water and just be silly. I was like "Oh can we just do this for the whole week?""
Jensen wouldn't tell the Rhode Show who she believes is going home this week, but she gave us a hint. "I think it'll be from my category, the team category, or the adult category," She explained.
Tune into Fox Providence on November 8 to find out who goes home on the X Factor.
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