Here's a recap of all of tonight's X Factor 2014 audition results as the try outs moved to the arenas.
Acts needed three or more yeses in order to progress through to bootcamp but the panel weren't handing them out easily.
And the live crowd at Wembley also didn't hold back when it came to making their opinions known.
The first unlucky pair to go before the judges were Brad Denholm and Babalola Ehidiamen, who had both been told to show more personality at their room auditions.
However both struggled to impress the panel tonight and failed to get through, with Simon telling Babalola his audition was 'boring'.
"Dark horse" James Graham however did better, with the 17-year-old performing Adele's version of I Can’t Make You Love Me by Bonnie Raitt to get all yeses from the panel.
After SOMEHOW getting through the room auditions, Cheryl Cole impersonator Jale Antor took to the stage again dressed as the Girls Aloud singer.
Performing Cheryl's Crazy Stupid Love, complete with taped on rose tattoo, Jale got a yes from Cheryl but nos from both Simon and Louis despite the pair both standing after her performance.
The equally kooky The Courtesans followed but showed actual talent to win the second spot of the day in bootcamp.
But not everyone took to singing in front of so many people so easily, with 18-year-old Rebecca Jones getting nos from both Cheryl and Simon and leaving the stage in tears.
In fact, Cheryl proved hard to please for most of the night, also giving nos to both Stevie Tennent and Charlie Brown, although they both still go through with yeses from the other judges.
Paul Akister then brought the house down with his gritty version of Let's Get It On by Marvin Gaye, which saw Cheryl and Mel get up and dance around Simon.
After Paul got four yeses, Simon quipped: "Paul I think we both had a great time during that song actually."
Also wowing the judges tonight was 16-year-old Lauren Platt, who put a unique spin on How Will I know by Whitney Houston.
But Indiana Ifill got four nos after "ruining" Mel B's favourite song, I'm Going Down by Mary J Blige, before Lou Bou's tribute to Beyonce saw her also sent packing.
Closing the show tonight was Amy Connelly, who got four yeses from the judges and reduced Cheryl to tears with her performance of With You from Ghost in the room auditions.
Amy got to Cheryl’s first ever judge’s house in series 5 but her performance of Greatest Love of All by Whitney Houston wasn't up to scratch tonight.
With only the one yes from Cheryl, Amy bowed out of the competition in tears.
The X Factor continues tomorrow night on ITV.
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