Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The X Factor has some pretty serious registration and audition rules, so if you'll be auditioning for the X Factor show, you better be prepared!

Obvious X Factor requirements are you must be a legal U.S. citizen or a permanent U.S. resident, able to work full-time in the United States, and prove it.

You must be 12 years old as of March 1, 2011.  If you were born after March 1, 1999, don't even plan to audition this year.  X Factor won't allow it.

If you make it through the first rounds of auditions, you must be able to show the producer of X Factor (to their satisfaction) that you are not under any contract for talent, music recording, any use of your name, voice, or likeness, or anything else that would prohibit you from fully participating in the X Factor show.

Neither you, nor any of your immediate family, or even non-related members of your household, can be current employees of Sony Music Entertainment or it's affiliates.

You must be in line by 8 am on the X Factor audition day for your city.  However, you cannot line up until 6 am.

These are just a few of the rules and regulations for the X Factor show.  It would be in your best interest to read the entire set of rules.

Good luck on your X Factor audition!!!


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