In late December, 'X Factor' winner Tate Stevens announced that he would be moving his family to Nashville to work on his country music career. It looks like Stevens has arrived in Music City and is already working hard, according to a photo that he shared this week.
Congrats to future country superstar Tate Stevens. He was announced as the winner of Season 2 of 'X Factor' during Thursday's (Dec. 20) season finale, capping off a week of reality singing competition shows that were dominated by country wins. Remember, Blake Shelton and his pop-country protege Cassadee Pope notched the Season 3 win on 'The Voice.'
Country hopeful Tate Stevens fell from grace a little on 'X Factor' last week, dropping from the top slot on the leaderboard after occupying it for multiple weeks. He's out to recapture that crown, so he decided to change things up a little and do an upbeat song on Wednesday's (Nov. 28) episode -- something we haven't really seen from him in past weeks. He tackled Keith Urban's 'Somebody Like You'
Country hopeful Tate Stevens is 37 years old and chasing his dreams on 'X Factor.' But he is doing so with true country grit and undeniable talent. Stevens made it through to the live shows on the popular reality series, and is a member of mentor L.A. Reid's team. On Wednesday's (Nov. 7) live show, he impressed viewers with Bon Jovi's power ballad 'Wanted Dead or Alive.'
It's been all over the news how two of the judges, and the emcee got fired from "The X Factor". First reports showed Nicole Scherzinhger was the first to go along with host Steve Jones. Then news that judge Paula Abdul was let go as well. Simon Cowell, the show's creator says the firings came after a top secret meeting to determine what went wrong and what was done right.