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The first season of The X Factor: Lashardia was being broadcast on LRT. The series started airing on 12 December 2014, with the live shows starting on 4 February 2015 and ended on 2 April 2015, with Olga Davorcha winning.

BoysEdit

Zarasabdulofarwa

Zaras Abdulöfarwa mentored the boys.

Zignovolark

Zig Novölark

Amir KlevörachiEdit

Amir Klevörachi (born 23 March 1995) is originally from Manessa, Pesa, but has lived in Lava Ubenmoor – Flast, Ubenmoor for nearly his whole life. He auditioned in front of the judges with the song "The Movie Song", and received three yeses and a no from Bursöhurt. Klevörachi had to leave boot camp due to a family emergency, but returned in time for his performance and was allowed to continue. He performed "Money Money Money" in the judges house and advanced to the Top 20. In the live shows, Klevörachi was consistent until the final weeks, placing in the Bottom 3 in weeks six and seven. He was eliminated in week seven, placing fifth.

Denis MamöroodEdit

Denis Mamörood (born 9 April 1988) is from Lava Ubenmoor – Nica, Ubenmoor and is an employee at a music store. He auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Move Me", and received four yeses. In the judges house, he sang "Tonight" and advanced to the Top 20. In week two, he placed in the Bottom 3 and was eliminated by a 3-1 vote, placing fifteenth.

Pal RokölebenEdit

Pal Roköleben (born 27 October 1986) is from Van Hidewind, Dayasland and is a music teacher at a primary school. He auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Hallelujah" and received four yeses. In the judges house, he sang "Żlo ube" and advanced to the Top 20. Throughout his time on the show, Roköleben frequently spoke about his Lashardian Orthodox faith and performed religious songs. Despite being criticized by the judges, he didn't place in the Bottom 3 until the end of the show, due to mass voting from residents of his hometown Van Hidewind. In week six, he was eliminated after the vote went to deadlock, placing seventh.

Rok GemishöshashEdit

Rok Gemishöshash (born 11 July 1998) is from Hoffmann, Ubenmoor and is a student at Queen Maria's School for the Performing Arts. He auditioned with the song "Cupid" and received two yeses from Shashinöbach and Abdulöfarwa, and two no's from Bursöhurt and Nigtöfoor. Gemishöshash was originally eliminated in boot camp, but was chosen to move on to the judges house after an act dropped out. In the judges house, he performed "Gettin' Over You", and advanced to the Top 20. In the first live show, Gemishöshash forgot the words to his song, and was then not saved by his mentor.

Zig NovölarkEdit

Main article: Zig Novölark.
Zig Novölark (born 15 February 1989) is from Pivot, Jurgensland and is a full-time musician. He is a second cousin of folk pop singer Ebona Jonölark. Novölark auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Work", and received four yeses. In the judges house, he performed "Pigeons" and advanced to the Top 20. Novölark was commended throughout the show, for taking pop songs and performing them in his signature alternative-folk style. He was consistent each week and earned praise from the judges, especially his mentor Abdulöfarwa, who called him "the hidden gem of Pivot". He advanced to the finals, and placed as the runner-up. Afterwards, he was one of the two non-winning acts signed to Akai Music Group by Abdulöfarwa. Following the show, he released the Top 10 single "Lucky Strike".

GirlsEdit

Sabinebursohurt

Sabine Bursöhurt mentored the girls.

Olgadavorcha

Olga Davorcha

Daza FernövardEdit

Daza Fernövard (born 12 September 1990) is from Kesa, Nortensland and was a musical theatre actress prior to auditioning. She auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Ave Maria" and received three yeses, with only one no from Abdulöfarwa. In the judges house, she performed "Lesomi" and advanced to the Top 20. Fernövard was seen as one of the most unique contestants in the season, most often performing Lashardian-language operatic songs, which was very different from the English-language pop most common in the show. She was eliminated in week 6 after earning the least amount of votes, placing eighth. Following her elimination, she has went on to originate the role of Wendla in Ubenmoor's production of Spring Awakening.

JanellaEdit

Janella Meyer (born 15 May 1990), better known as Janella, is from Lava Ubenmoor – Flast, Ubenmoor, and is half-Consenumite, half-Lashardian. She auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Flein", in the Consensumian language, and received four yeses from the judges. She moved on past bootcamp and in the judges house, she performed "Eternal Love", and moved on to the live shows. She performed "Immortal" at the first live show, but was not saved by her mentor and was sent home. Following her elimination, she has released the singles "Die With Me" and "Freedom", independently.

Magdalena RichöbeetEdit

Magdalena Richöbeet (born 29 December 1993) is from Haven, Palsland and worked as a gas station attendant prior to auditioning for the show. In her first audition in front of the judges, she performed "Here", and received a yes from Shashinöbach and Nigtöfoor, but two no's from Bursöhurt and Abdulöfarwa. However it was enough to send her to bootcamp. She struggled in bootcamp with anxiety, having to be checked by a medic following a panic attack, but was still able to perform. She then went on to the judges house stage, where she performed "In the Name of Love", becoming a Top 20 finalist. Richöbeet struggled in the live shows, being in the Bottom 3 in week 2, but was sent home in week 3 after receiving the lowest amount of votes from viewers, placing fourteenth.

Nina LeeköhavenEdit

Nina Leeköhaven (born 20 December 1997) is from Beck, Skaarsland and was a student at a performing arts high school prior to auditioning. She auditioned with the song "Lies" and received four yeses from the judges. At the judges house, she performed "Boyfriend" and moved on to the Top 20. Leeköhaven was heavily ridiculed during the live shows for her weak vocals and poor song choice, with Abdulöfarwa calling her "the worst finalist of the season". Despite the negative comments, she did not place in the bottom until week 5, where she received the least amount of votes and was eliminated in tenth place.

Olga DavorchaEdit

Main article: Olga Davorcha.
Olga Davorcha (born 27 March 1996) is originally from Santa Anastasia, Pesa, but has resided in Hoffmann, Ubenmoor since the age of 15, which is where she attends school. Davorcha first auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Catch My Breath", where she received four yeses. She later moved on to the judges house, where she performed "I Feel Invincible", and was selected to be a part of the Top 20. Throughout the live shows, Davorcha's performances were consistent and she was continuously praised by the judges. In the finals, she was declared the winner, earning a $5 million contract with Akai Music Group. She has since released two Top 10 singles, her winner's single "Stand By You" and the song "Radioactive", the former of which went number-one in Lashardia. Her debut album The Immigrant, will be released in 2016.

Over 30sEdit

Daryashashinobach

Darya Shashinöbach mentored the over 30s.

Dabornanomine

Dabor Nanömine

Dabor NanömineEdit

Dabor Nanömine (born 20 June 1970) is from Gale, Palsland and is a carpenter. Nanömine auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Oh My God" and received four yeses from the judges. In the judges house, he sang "This Is the Life" and advanced to the Top 20. Throughout the live shows, Nanömine was notable for having an unconventional look for pop music and having a voice one would not expect. He advanced to the finals, and was eliminated in third place. He was the only finalist to not be signed to a label following the show. He took part in Mösikalifestivali 2016 with the song "Silent Storm". He placed third in his semi-final, but was eliminated in the second chance round after placing fifth.

Doda RodrigöshezEdit

Doda Rodrigöshez (born 22 March 1979) is from Vershando, Mortasland and is a stay-at-home mother. She performed the song "Ö ti" for her first audition and received four yeses from the judges. At the judges house, she sang "Greżitmon" and advanced to the Top 20. In the first live show, she performed "Flira", but was not saved by her mentor and was sent home.

JettaEdit

Jetta Krastöforma (born 22 December 1960), better known as simply Jetta is from Beck, Skaarsland and is a full-time musician. She auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Black Rabbit" and received three yeses and a no from Abdulöfarwa. In the judges house, she performed "In a Box" and advanced to the Top 20. In the live shows, Jetta stood out for her outlandish, rocker appearance and extremely raspy voice. She was eliminated in week four after earning the least amount of votes from the public, placing twelfth.

Jessika KlamöheishenEdit

Jessika Klamöheishen (born 13 October 1984) is from Kesa, Nortensland and works as a wedding singer. She auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Dream Out Loud" and received four yeses. She performed "My Blood" at the judges house and advanced to the Top 20. Klamöheishen was eliminated in week three in a 3-1 vote, placing thirteenth.

Mörland KjetölovenEdit

Mörland Kjetöloven (born 3 June 1984) is from Beck, Skaarsland and is a professional songwriter. He auditioned in front of the judges with the self-penned song "Wish It Away", receiving four yeses. He performed the song "In My Head" at the judges house and advanced as a Top 20 finalist. Kjetöloven was well-liked by the judges and fans throughout the live shows due to his musical talents and raw personality. He was eliminated in week seven after earning the least amount of votes from the public, placing sixth.

GroupsEdit

Palnigtofoor

Pal Nigtöfoor mentored the groups.

Blackmagic

Black Magic

Black MagicEdit

Main article: Black Magic.
Black Magic entered the competition as solo acts but were put together after boot camp. The group consists of four members: Dasha Danöoloff (born 22 September 1994), Hila Krisögetti (born 16 June 1993), Natalia Vronchinskaya (born 17 May 1995), and Tesa Amirölovorchi (born 12 December 1990). Vronchinskaya was born in Zakharia, but fled the country to Lashardia as a child with her parents for political reasons, while Amirölovorchi is of black Pesan descent. They performed "Falling to Pieces" in the judges house and advanced to the Top 20. The group was praised for their high-energy performances and charisma during their time on the show. Despite being well-received, they ended up in the Bottom 3 in weeks three and four. In week four, their mentor Pal Nigtöfoor chose to save his other act Playing God over them, sending the vote into deadlock, due to being under the impression that Black Magic would score better than Playing God with the public. However, the group was shockingly eliminated, placing eleventh. Afterwards, they were one of the two non-winning acts to be signed to Akai Music Group by Zaras Abdulöfarwa. They have since released the Top 20 single "Ugly Heart" and an EP of the same name.

Nika and the RollersEdit

Main article: Nika and the Rollers.
Nika and the Rollers is from Beck, Skaarsland and consists of four members: lead vocalist Nika Trentöhöben (born 1 August 1985), lead guitarist Jon Salölö (born 28 October 1970), bassist Emil Gregöberga (born 17 July 1980), and drummer Tony Lagorchi (born 9 January 1979). Lagorchi was born and raised in Pesa. The group auditioned in front of the judges with the song "Pictures of You" and received four yeses. In the judges house, they performed "I Don't Want You", and advanced to the Top 20. Being a rock band, they stood out from the other pop acts and received much praise from the judges and fans. They placed in the Bottom 3 in week five, and sang for their life against Playing God, but were eliminated in a unanimous vote to do being perceived as less marketable compared to Playing God, placing ninth. Following the show, they were signed to independent label Blanket Records Lashardia, and released the chart-topping single "Pirate Smile".

PlaqueNineEdit

PlaqueNine is from Lava Ubenmoor – Nica, Ubenmoor and consists of two members: Anton Ramondödale (born 21 December 1990) and Julieta Zaköfrin (born 18 January 1992). They performed "City of Angels" for their first audition and received four yeses. At the judges house, they sang "What I Like" and advanced to the Top 20. In the first live show, they sang "Mirrors", but were not saved by their mentor and sent home.

Playing GodEdit

Playing God entered the competition as solo artists but were formed after boot camp. The group consists of three members: Yur Bötöhiming (born 27 November 1996), Elijah Jenöpolitz (born 8 June 1995), and Erik Volfövolf (born 4 April 1995). They performed the song "Love Together" at the judges house and advanced to the Top 20. Throughout the live shows, the group was consistently ridiculed by the judges for their poor live vocals and incompetence, but were heavily praised by fans, who frequently voted for them. Due to the fan appreciation, the judges felt compelled to vote to keep them in the competition. They placed in the Bottom 3 in weeks four and five but were saved. In week eight, they received the lowest amount of votes and were eliminated in fourth place. They have since released the singles "Juliet" and "Take Me Home" independently, to moderate chart success. They took part in Mösikalifestivali 2016 with the song "Sweet Little Somethin'". They placed fifth in their semi-final and were eliminated.

SensEdit

Sens is from Van Hidewind, Dayasland and consists of six members: David Jakösens (born 23 May 1950), his wife Maria Palöluiva (born 9 September 1952), their three children Danyel Davidösens (born 16 June 1976), Josefina Davidösens (born 10 March 1978), and Margrete Davidösens (born 30 September 1980), and their grandson Vander Danyelösens (born 29 March 1998). They performed "Żliom löv" for their first audition and received four yeses. In the judges house, they sang "Remedija" and advanced to the Top 20. In week two, they received the lowest amount of votes from the public, and were eliminated in sixteenth place.