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X-Factor’s Rhydian Roberts of Wales Singeth "Somewhere"

 X Factor

Rhydian Roberts is shaking up Britain with his appearances on the X Factor.    The X Factor is a British television music talent show contested by aspiring pop singers drawn from public auditions.    The winner shall receive a one million pound recording contract.

We hath an interest in this Welsh Minstrel, as he is rather lost in time like us in the Kingdom of Camelot.    We do not know who he will be each week.      His talent is endless.     Blessed with a brilliant voice he hath talent in many other areas.    This Welsh minstrel appears to be the favourite to conquer this singing joust.   

Rhydian doth sing Lloyd-Webber’s rendition of Phantom of the Opera.  Just Brilliant!  The stage doth wait for  thou.

Some Knights were so excited, as they thought Liberace had entered the building.    His  coat is faux fur.    Bravo!     Pink’s song  “Get the Party Started” is dipped in silver and sprinkled with glitter., sort of like our armour. 

Rhydian doth travel back to 1985 to visit  Barbra Streisand and sing “Somewhere”. 

Somewhere
There’s a time for us
Someday there’ll time for us
Time together and time to spare
Time to learn, time to care

 

We loveth the creativity that Rhydian bringeth to this world of ours.  We must ride with this Knight of Silver.

Lady Sharon
Scribe of The Knights of the Pain Table News

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6 Responses to “X-Factor’s Rhydian Roberts of Wales Singeth "Somewhere"”

  1. George GRAMA says:

  2. evelyn says:

    Awesome! Thank you

  3. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Evelyn,

    It is my pleasure to bring this talented Silver Knight to you. I thanketh you for riding by.

    Take good care,

    Lady Sharon

  4. Anonymous says:

    When my mother died we were deciding what songs to play, when in the background when we heared you sing You raise me up which brought a tear to our eyes. Yet we could not find this song anywhere so we had to find this song song by someoneelse.

  5. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Anonymous,

    We are saddened to hear of the loss of your dear Mother. “You Raise Me Up” is a very beautiful song. Josh Groban’s version is brilliant.

    Thanketh you for sharing how music was there with you through good times and through heartbreak.

    Blessings to you and your loved ones.

    Lady Sharon and all in Camelot

  6. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear George,

    Beautiful pictures of horses in the video. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity.

    Take care,

    Lady Sharon