The X Factor 2012 auditions cotinued this evening, as Leona Lewis became the latest guest judge at try outs in London.
In our latest spoilerific sneak peek, we see the latest bunch of wannabes attempting to make it through to bootcamp.
Rocker [tag]Eddy String[/tag] was the first contestant to face the judges tonight, and wasted no time in making a name for himself.
The rocker was seen climbing on top of the judges' desk in front of guest judge Leona Lewis for his audition, performing The Strokes hit Last Night to get through to bootcamp.
Next up was 16-year-old [tag]Amy Mottram[/tag], who described herself as a "typical Essex girl" complete with vajazzled shoes.
The teenager wowed the judges with a powerful voice, performing Adele's One and Only for the panel in London.
It was then time for the groups to show what they're made of, with trio [tag]GMD3[/tag] becoming the latest group to impress Gary Barlow with their Boyz II Men cover.
A number of other success groups followed, including mixed trio [tag]Mitsotu[/tag], beatboxing trio [tag]Duke[/tag] and finally guitar playing duo [tag]District Line[/tag].
But when it came to [tag]MK1[/tag], the judges felt they couldn't say yes to the trio in its current form.
"Okay, do you want the good news or bad news? The good news is, that's rap... but you're either going to have to become a duo or find another member," Tulisa said.
After a discussion, the group decided to let member Will go and continue as a trio.
Finally, former BGT live semi-finalist [tag]Lorna Bliss[/tag] appeared on stage, and ended up giving Louis Walsh a lap dance before chasing Gary Barlow around the arena!
The X Factor 2012 continues next Saturday night on ITV1.
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