The X Factor 2012 auditions continued tonight on ITV1, and here's a short recap of what went on!
Kicking the show off was 70-year-old Nick, but following his performance of Baby Baby by Buddy Holly the judges weren't impressed.
After getting rejected, Nick took his anger out on poor Tulisa, raging backstage: "She just said No. The truth is that they don’t know what they are talking about.
"I knew it wouldn’t, I just knew it. It was that f*****g Tulisa!"
Next up was [tag]Jade Ellis[/tag], a 25-year-old mum of one who wowed with Something Good by Maverick Sabre.
Tulisa told her: " I love it when I see people like yourself who at a period in your life had to give up what you were doing but you didn’t let go of your dreams and you have come back fighting and it was worth it, that was amazing."
A famous (ish) face went before the panel afterwards, in the form of Bianca Gascoigne, but her cover of I’m Going Down by Mary J Blige didn't seem to win over the judges.
Tulisa told her: "I appreciate and admire the fact that you’ve come up and basically wanted to try something different and change the public’s perception of you and I think you’re a cool girl I’ve met you out a couple of times but I’ve got to be honest i don’t think the vocals were strong enough for this competition."
33-year-old Tammy then showed Bianca how it's done, with a powerful performance of One Night Only by Jennifer Hudson.
Louis said: "Tammy that was a power house performance. You were born to sing."
And Tulisa added: "I think you are so likeable. You have great stage presence, great song choice and you rocked that stage."
Closing the show was [tag]Jade Collins[/tag], who had Glasgow guest judge Anastacia in tears with her performance of Sweet Dreams by Beyonce.
The American singer told her: "You are 17 and you have so much passion in your heart."
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