Snoop Dogg has said he WILL duet with Honey G... if she makes the X Factor final

Published Wednesday, Oct 12 2016, 13:57 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Honey G could take to the stage to perform live with Snoop Dogg, if she reaches The X Factor final.

We're not kidding. Snoop has personally said he will "drop whatever" to make sure he's there alongside her. Now THAT we would love to see!

Snoop Dogg, AOL NewFront 2016 in New York
3 May

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Honey G, The X Factor
9 October

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Speaking to Daily Star, Snoop told the paper he thought it was "crazy" the amount of criticism Sharon Osbourne has received for taking Honey G through with her to the live shows.

He proved that he is rooting for Honey and added that he would be up for performing a duet with the rapper, if the public keep her in the competition until the final. Move over Beyoncé and Rihanna, this could potentially be one of the most talked about X Factor moments yet.

Snoop said: "I will drop whatever I have on to give them an X Factor exclusive and duet with Honey. I hope that encourages fans to pick up the vote and keep her in, because I guarantee we can give a performance like The X Factor ain't never seen before."

Snoop's backing will be welcomed by Honey (who's real name is Anna Georgette Gilford) as she has to deal with a slew of online criticism, suggesting she 'doesn't deserve' her place in The X Factor's final twelve.

Honey has been accused of being a joke, with even Nicole Scherzinger admitting she finds the hopeful a "novelty act." Nicole told Reveal: "Oh yeah, Honey G is a novelty act. Do I see her as a serious artist? Maybe she's got some other stuff hidden up her sleeves."

Honey G, The X Factor
8 October


Honey, meanwhile, has insisted she is 100 percent serious when it comes to her future in the music biz and hit back at being labelled a joke and a novelty.

She addressed her critics in an interview with WhatsOnTV and said: "I might not have the most amazing voice but I'm a heavyweight rapper, singer and producer and I write my own lyrics, so I've got real skills to bring to the table. To be regarded as a joke is really insulting."

Honey performed live for the first time on Saturday (8 October) and survived the first public vote. She had performed her own rendition of Tupac's 'California Love', with Simon Cowell admitting: "I don't know what's just happened. But here's the weird thing…I loved it. I just really like you. I thought you weren't serious when you first came in, but now. I realise that you are."

Louis Walsh's group Bratavio were the first act to be sent home.

The X Factor continues Saturday 15 October on ITV.

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