Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Where will you be able to apply and at what date for next year

Will soon be time for next years x factor 2014 application forms again, the time when you able to start applying to audition for next year is around the middle of december, traditionally each and every year that is when the forms are put back up online for both the usa and the uk shows.


So probably less then a month now, and it will be time to be able to apply again, the forms are put up on the itv website for the uk, and for the usa you can find the forms through the fox usa website.

And this is usually near the quarter or semi finals each year, and they usually announce on the live shows that the forms are back online and the address you can go to fill out the forms.

Before filling out a form online, read the rules and regulations, which is usually only a few pages, so does not take long, also they usually have a kind of frequently asked question type section that is worth reading as well.

This will have the information about what documents you will need to be able to audition, and also, what you need to be eligible to be able to enter the competition.

Another important detail is what age you have to be, if you are under 18 years old, yet, old enough to audition, you have to have a parent or legal guardian okay your application i think, but, definitely when you go to audition when under the age of 18 you have to take a parent or legal guardian who is 18 years or over to your audition.

The application forms are quite simple to fill out, so do not worry too much about that, and just take your time filling them out so that you do not make any mistakes.

Also check out these audition guides as well if you are looking for any questions on what the auditions will be like, and comment in the section below if you do have any questions about the x factor.

And if you are also nervous or shy about auditioning and this is putting you off, the first link might be helpful.

How to be Confident about Auditioning for X Factor
http://x-factor-2014-auditions.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/doing-x-factor-2014-auditions-how-to.html


Ways to make the X Factor Auditions Easier
http://x-factor-2014-auditions.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/x-factor-2014.html

15 comments:

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    1. There are two main ways that you can audition.

      One is to sign up with a application form, and go to a first stage audition like what is held at the big arenas/venues when 1000's audition before producers.

      Or, there is the option next year, to send in a video via the x factor youtube channel and audition that way, and if the producers like the video they call you up to go audition.

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  2. I know that you have to live in the UK to audition, but is it also necessary to do so when you're sending in your application form? I live in Denmark, but are moving to England in 2014 to participate in the X Factor UK. But I just need to know: Is it okay for me to apply, when I still live in Denmark, but are going to move to England, when the X Factor auditions start?

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    1. I am 100% sure you are okay to do that, because like you say you will be living in the uk when it comes round to auditioning.

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    2. Oh just thought of this: When I'm going to fill out the application here in Denmark, I reckon that I'm gonna tell them what country I'm from. Should I be writing England or Denmark? And are there usually an explaination-box, where I can write down what's going on. Thanks alot for your answer, btw! I appreciate it.

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    3. Will be in middle of december or so when the application forms are online, basically at the itv website, you will need to put down your nationality as danish, but on the application fill out in english spelling, yes there should be a place on the form where you can put what you will be doing.

      i have heard of other people doing what you are doing, from other countries in europe, so it should be okay, and the application forms are always very straightforward each year.

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  3. You said that if you n wanted to audition for the next x factor that you need to have England documents. .. but I live in Belgium and I'm going to move to England in December. . So do I need to have England documents to audition and which?

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    1. No, you are fine because Belgium is part of the European Union so that qualifies you, but you need to be at least living in the uk, like a student or working etc.

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  4. Okay so I don't live in any of the cities that the auditions are held so do I need to get a Hotel or do they still do the judges home thing?

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    1. for the usa x factor i think it takes 2 days to audition, you have get there and get a pass etc the first day, then next day you audition, so you need to some where to stay overnight for the american x factor.

      for uk x factor if you sign up in advance, you can just turn up on the day to audition, so it is a one day, so you do not need anywhere to stay over.

      for usa though you do need to probably book a hotel because it is a 2 day thing.

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  5. what if you have major stagefright like to where i might faint ? ypu know i have a friend i am auditioning with and she has major stage fright.

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  6. Ok i can answer that for you. I myself have stage fright bad but what i do to help push that aside is dont look at the audience or judges look above thier heads or think of your family normally ihave some one i know bethere with me and i look at them and only them or if its to an audience i look past them it helps alot. But if you are the type that has to make eye contact then only look at thier eyes and think about something that makes you relax nd makes you happy.

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  7. Can you audition now?

    When and where are the auditions if so?
    How do you fill out the form?

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