Here are all the pictures from tonight's latest X Factor 2017 bootcamp performances.
Tonight sees the third and final of three bumper bootcamp shows as the arena auditions conclude.
Each of the remaining contestants in the competition picks their own song before facing the judges and a 5,000 strong live audience at Wembley Arena.
The panel will then make an immediate decision whether or not they go through to the six chair challenge.
Tonight's performances include trio The Clique, who bring TLC's No Scrubs to the stage, and four piece boy band Rak-Su, who sing an original song about the girl next door.
The boys aren't the only ones to take a risk with an original track, as current favourite to win Grace Davies, a 20 year-old singer-songwriter and warehouse assistant from Blackburn, performs her own self-penned song Don’t Go.
As the pressure mounts, nerves and vocal problems get the better of some acts.
Anthony Russell has his "manic" performance stopped by Simon Cowell, Daniel Quick battles a sore throat to sing Michael Buble's Feeling Good and Nicole Caldwell struggles with her nerves once more.
Meanwhile, after being branded "annoying" by Simon Cowell at the room auditions, Scarlett Lee hits the stage with a point to prove to the judges.
Other hopefuls in the always tough girls category appearing tonight include 19-year-old secretary from Essex Taliah Dalorto and 22-year-old musician Deanna Mussington from Anguilla in the Caribbean.
Elsewhere, in the Overs category, singing for a spot in the six chair challenge are 34-year-old full-time mum from Middlesex Tracey Leanne Jefford and 31-year-old actor from Montenegro Slavko.
Which of tonight's contestants will make it through to the six chair challenge?
Find out their fate and watch all the performances tonight at 8:15PM on ITV.
The bootcamp arena performances will then be followed immediately by the start of the Six Chair Challenge on Sunday night at 7:30PM.