Pop Candies TV caught up with Wesley as he was walking down the street with a mystery brunette. Wes: Long enough, and that’s definitely a good idea, babe. by Carita Rizzo So I take it you’re over the elimination. Keaton: I was thinking, “Oh my God, that’s so cool, they’re all such amazing cute girls.” I’m happy they made it through.The girl in question, which we later find out is a dancer from the show, covers her face from the camera as Wesley gladly stops to take pictures with some fans. Just to see the pure joy radiating off their faces, they were so happy to make it through and they’re so deserving...After laughing off walking into a dead end, Wesley says the word “f**k” and then stops to take some photos. She dances on the show, and we’re just gonna have fun.” Noticing his “friend” is not interested in the conversation, and still hiding her... You and your best friend, Melissa, are walking home when your i Phone starts to buzz.
To their credit (or maybe better yet to Simon Cowell’s credit), Emblem3 seem to have more ‘commercial’ firepower than the aforementioned.
That said, that doesn’t make Nothing to Lose as a surefire thing critically or commercially.
After a few rumors about being signed and being confirmed for a record deal, the boys took the time to share a new photo and thank you message on Facebook for their fans. It is a nice message to share with your fans and hopefully it will go well for the boys as they launch their real career.
In the photo, all 3 of the guy’s faces are shown well and allow fans to squeal with the best of them. It seems like being on the show might have been the best thing for them, even though they did not win.
The X Factor creator and judge, who mentored the Huntington Beach-based trio on season two of the series, has made it official, signing Wesley Stromberg, Keaton Stromberg and Drew Chadwick to his Syco Music via Columbia Records, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The boys are already in the studio working on their debut album, due out this year, executive produced by Savan Kotecha (Maroon 5, Usher, One Direction). Keaton: Honestly, we never really had any hard feelings on the competition, it was just kind of what happened.
From my perspective, the album has its moments that should appeal to the teen audience who view Emblem3 as the modern day heartthrobs (earrings, tattoos, surfer look, etc.), while it also has enough bubblegum, pop-rap to make skeptics roll their eyes. by Amy Sciarretto July 30, 2013 PM Judging from the 11 tracks on the standard edition of Emblem3‘s debut ‘Nothing to Lose,’ the Cali trio never, like, ever has a bad day.
Equal parts Hot Chelle Rae and One Direction, they’re cute and they make crazy catchy anthems with golden melodies and saccharine harmonies. It may not have the same nutritional value of, say, a steak or a plate of kale, but it still tastes good.
“Epic and Columbia both want Emblem3,” revealed an insider. Country crooner Tate Stevens might've taken home the X Factor crown last night, but Simon Cowell has his eyes set on another XF talent! and Simon hinted to us at the finale that they'd still be working together, regardless of the fact that Reid has stepped down as judge! I did not write this article, it was copy-pasted from link. Kennedy, Los Angeles Times December 24, 2012, a.m. And in the end everything just flows together in this natural crazy way a blossoms into something beautiful. Among the most likely of pop stars is Huntington Beach, Calif.-based trio Emblem3, who, while expressing their dissatisfaction with recent performances, are hoping to unveil a more original sound post-competition.
From what we last heard, Simon was gearing up to turn his boy bro trio, Emblem3, into superstars with a contract… Reid, have already built up quite a fanbase from the show — and Simon's NOT one to let them slip away! Could this mean they'll both be teaming up to make Emblem3 the next big thing??? The Huntington Beach band, mentored by Simon Cowell, was eliminated before the show's finals, but so what? And though mentor Simon Cowell has urged them to stick with the mainstream for their performances on the Fox show (the anti-boy band has so often been compared to X Factor U. alum One Direction), it appears he still believes in their ska punk-like roots.
Inspiring Drew Quotes “The key is to be happy for no reason. Then we dance.” - Drew Chadwick “Tv business is whack. We wonder if the boys will go back to their signature ska-punk sounds or stick with the guaranteed money-making 1D formula? And if anyone can take ska mainstream, it's Simon C! Demi Lovato and Simon Cowell continued their "X Factor" feud this week, delivering brutal critiques to their rival's acts: Ce Ce Frey and Emblem3.