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Meet ‘the X Factor NZ’ Judges

Tuesday 28 May, 2013

Meet ‘the X Factor NZ’ Judges - This Thursday at Auckland’s Sylvia Park


TV3 is inviting fans of The X Factor to get up close and personal with judges Melanie Blatt, Daniel Bedingfield, Stan Walker and Ruby Frost, plus host Dominic Bowden in Auckland this Thursday, 30 May from 6pm.

Held at Sylvia Park’s Centre Court, the special event is an opportunity for viewers to get the inside scoop on the hit TV series, and meet the judges they love - and love-to-hate.

Fans can expect behind-the-scenes insights, opportunities for autographs and photos with the Judges and Dom, and some very special prize giveaways.

Dominic Bowden will interview each judge in-depth, and viewers are invited to submit questions at facebook.com/xfactornz.

This is the only ‘Meet the Judges’ event planned for The X Factor, and organisers recommend arriving early to secure a good position.


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