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'X Factor': 'You Are Not Alone' Newtown Shooting Victims Tribute - Watch Now!

'X Factor': 'You Are Not Alone' Newtown Shooting Victims Tribute - Watch Now!

The top thirteen contestants on The X Factor reunite for a special tribute performance of Michael Jackson‘s “You Are Not Alone” dedicated to the victims of the Newtown school shooting during the final performance episode on Wednesday (December 18).

The final three – Carly Rose Sonenclar, Tate Stevens, and Fifth Harmony – were joined by the voted off contestants – Emblem3, CeCe Frey, Diamond White, Paige Thomas, Beatrice Miller, Vino Alan, Arin Rey, Jennel Garcia, Jason Brock, and Lyric145 – for the performance.

Simon Cowell
started off the tribute by saying some touching words to the people touched by the tragedy.


‘X Factor’ Tribute for Newtown Shooting Victims
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6 Comments

# 1

atrocious…..

# 3

The Voice did it better….just saying

# 4

@missinfamous does it matter?? Both shows are doing this for a good cause. Look past the singing and focus on the meaning.

# 5

Its nice they gave a tribute to the victims but I wish they’d all just sat down or stood in one place instead of making dramatic separate entrances… This made it seem like just another one of their opening group performances…

# 6

I think they did well.

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