Red and Black Day – The Red and Black Herrings

It’s Red and Black day on Betsfactor. Read the posts on the left first. I’m talking to my imaginary friend today.

The first thing I want to stress, again, is that if you get Red and Black it doesn’t mean you’re going home. The point I am making is Red and Black is a great indicator of producers intentions….

SO WHICH ACT WAS IT THAT HAS NEVER BEEN RED AND BLACKED?

I think we all know the answer to that don’t we. And I think we would all agree one act has been given a massive helping hand over the last few weeks. Strange that they haven’t had any red and black appearing on their sets…. Bar, maybe the colour of the diner!!

AH, BUT IF THIS THEORY IS SO GREAT WHAT ABOUT MARCUS’S PIANO THIS WEEK AND THAT RUSSIAN ROULETTE MOMENT YOU TALKED ABOUT EARLIER.

There was red and black in FOUR different contestants performances. Red is a colour you can’t really get away from using over ten performances! But go back and look at some of your favourite ever performances. I bet the background was a mixture of blue and white/yellow.

It’s an interesting one. And any one reading the live blog actually live will have seen my initial ridiculous reaction. I’ve since deleted it! I wasn’t too worried about the piano – the main thing is that the background was blue. We will come to the piano later.

GIVE ME SOME MORE SUBLIMINAL NONSENSE DERREN BETSFACTOR.

OK – This is just for fun. The show is obsessed with “Popstar” being planted next to Marcus. What shape was he standing on this week?

Gary very charitibly recapped Amelia’s journey for us, in such a lovely manner. The week before when Amelia Lily appeared, what word was being highlighted over and over in red and black?? We’re getting silly now….

Coming Up for the Red and Black Day Finale – 8:15pm – A new half baked theory. The last one was correct, what about this one…?

IT’S IMPORTANT NOT TO GET CARRIED AWAY WITH THIS THEORY ISN’T IT?

Oh, absolutely.


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Posted on November 29, 2011, in Red and Black Day, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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