X Factor’s Drew Ryniewicz Covers Justin Bieber’s “Baby” (VIDEO)

Remember the young singer, Drew Ryniewicz from the first season of X Factor? Check her out singing a cover of Justin Beiber’s “Baby” at something called the “Un-conference” sponsored by the Women’s Prosperity Network.

That creepy cultish dude who approaches Drew as she finishes her performance is a motivational speaker who has developed a jargon-filled method to success and happiness blah blah blah. Run, Drew, run run away! Ha.

At any rate, her performance is typically sweet and old-soulish. She’s sixteen years old now–maybe in a few years she’ll be ready to take on the world.

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  • kansasfemale

    go here


  • Klaine

    I thought she had a Syco deal at some point but guess not. Remember her website after xf was syco but checked now and its just her tumlr page. Maybe they didn’t know what to do w her but she had good voice & personality & seemed to bond with the tween gals

  • sue

    Drew sing something else, lols.  She did great. Last years contestants are miles better than this season of X-Factor. Hey Drew can go on The Voice or Idol now. :)

  • jlscott13

    Once this girl gets some more life experience under her belt, she’s gonna be a force. I wish she had waited to go on a singing show.

  • b_james

    Man, I still think she should’ve won.  

  • Jordana33

    I’m a huge fan of Drew’s voice; had she gotten better guidance on X Factor, she would have been my favorite to win. My main problem is this: while all of her interpretations showcase her voice amazingly well, they generally ruin the essence of the song and would never make it on radio. In contrast, when I listen to arrangements by people like Kris Allen, David Cook or even Melanie (on the Voice), I enjoy the song and not just the voice. If she wants to make her music listenable, then she needs to do more than just slow things down. She’s still young and there’s a lot of opportunity for growth. Despite all the criticisms, I really do like her!

  • http://twitter.com/RevolutionFairy Iam A Revolutionary

    The thing I remember most about her  was that lame g-d talk at the end when she was finally given the boot.  Lost any interest in her in that moment.  I see she hasn’t learned a thing about presenting from the stage :(