VIDEO: POTTER WATCH: Rachel Celebrates the '80's with Heart Classic 'Alone' on X FACTOR

November 14
8:10 AM 2013

It was '80's night on last night's The X Factor on FOX and Broadway vet Rachel Potter, hoping to maintain her spot on Kelly Rowland's Over 25 team, chose to perform the classic Heart song 'Alone.'

Following the number, Paula Rubio commented "You are such a great singer. After this performance you can show people that you are all show, all entertainment."

Agreed Demi Lovato, "I really think you have the potential to win this whole competition. You remind me of a cross between Shania Twain and Martina McBride."

Ever the critic, Simon Cowell offered, "I think the big note sounded like you were screaming. What kind of recording artist do you want to be?"

Retorted Kelly Rowland, "There's nothing wrong with having an edge. Carrie Underwood would have sang that song."

Keep up with Rachel at:

Twitter: @therachelpotter


Rachel Potter starred in the first Broadway revival of Andrew Llyod Webber's Evita in 2012 in the role of Juan Peron's mistress. She wowed audiences with her stirring rendition of the ballad "Another Suitcase in Another Hall." The actress made her Broadway debut as Wednesday Addams in The Addams Family, with music by Andrew Lippa.

Her other theater credits include Glinda in the national tour of Wicked. She was also a contestant on the MTV reality series 'Legally Blonde: The Search for Elle Woods.'

VIDEO: POTTER WATCH: Rachel Celebrates the '80's with Heart Classic 'Alone' on X FACTOR
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