It's time for another dose of action from the arenas on The X Factor 2014 tonight and as usual, we've got a spoiler filled preview for you.
Tonight's show starts with a bizarre and completely unnecessary VT of Chloe Jasmin watching her audition back - exactly why editors felt this was needed will forever remain a mystery.
After more pointless 'reality', including a quote from an audience member reminding us that Chloe does speak posh (we get it), the model eventually gets singing.
Her performance of Why Don't You Do Right from Who framed Rodger Rabbit has the judges clapping an audience roaring, or so the editing would imply.
Moving on and we finally meet some new faces, starting with Fleur East, who previously made the live shows back in 2005 as part of girl group Addictive ladies.
Also on tonight's show is "edgy" and "free spirited" Raign, aka Rachel Rabin, who seems to win over the live crowd but not Cheryl, who is booed by the audience over her treatment of the budding hopeful.
The girls keep on giving as 15-year-old Emily Middlemass takes to the stage next, putting a unique spin on Yellow by Coldplay.
Finally this evening we see Steph Nala, albeit somewhat briefly.
The former Luminites singer who made the live final of BGT last year performs Let Me Be Your Fantasy to rave reviews.
Kerrianne Covell - who still has her job, thanks to Simon - also gets praise from the panel as she belts out I Know You Won't by Carrie Underwood.
But not quite winning over the judges tonight are girl group duo Major, made up of Elsa and Irene, who sing Icona Pop's I Love It. Badly. So very badly.
Auditions from Chloe Thwala, Jack Smith and Goeff Mull are whizzed through as Simon comes out with some utterly bizarre remarks about all of them
Simon describes Chloe to a car without a steering wheel while he claims Goeff is like a chocolate hard on the outside but soft in the centre.
Then Simon gets one his classic cutting remarks out for Michelle Lawson, but she ends up storming off the stage after her "cruise ship" performance of Jennifer Hudson's And I’m Telling You.
In the final segment we meet Scarlett Quinn, Kitten of former Kitten and Hip Duo. Despite splitting from the musical partnership with her husband the pair are very much still together, even if she can't quite remember it.
Finally Ben Haenow takes to the stage, with the 29-year-old singing the penultimate arena audition show out with Wild Horses by Rolling Stones.
The X Factor 2014 airs tonight on ITV.
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