It's Saturday, The X Factor has just finished and here's a recap of all that happened from the high notes to THAT version of Icona Pop's I Love It.
Tonight was the third Arena audition show of the series and kicking things off was Chloe Jasmine, who's whole 'She's so posh' shtick is already wearing thin with us. It's so BGT 2014.
Still, her performance of Why Don't You Do Right got the panel gushing and saw Chloe sail through to bootcamp.
Also winning over the panel was Fleur East, who was described as "boring" in her unseen room audition. Her arena performance of Chris Brown's Fine China was anything but and she secured her spot in the Overs.
The "mad" Raign wound up Cheryl Cole but we loved her, as did the other three judges seeing her also make bootcamp.
Tonight's show was dominated by the ladies with the adorable Emily Middlemass wowing with Coldplay's Yellow before an all too short clip of Steph Nala singing Let Me Be Your Fantasy by Baby D.
The pair joined Kerrianne Covell in making bootcamp, with the shoe shop singer getting a standing ovation with I Know You Won't by US country singer Carrie Underwood.
The positivity had to end sooner rather than later and it did so quite abruptly as girl group duo Major took to the stage.
We didn't see their original audition and it wasn't shown tonight, so how they got to this point remains a mystery, but fortunately for all involved they'll be going no further.
Chloe Thwala, Jack Smith and Goeff Mull all found themselves at the end of some bizarre put downs (or compliments, depending how you look at them) from Simon, but they all make it through to the next stage.
However Michelle Lawson saw Simon brand her "cruise ship" after a meh performance of And I'm Telling You which saw more trills and runs than an entire Jessie J album, prompting four nos and a storm off the set.
Brighton's Scarlett Quinn, formerly of Kitten and The Hip, started strongly with Ain’t No Other Man and despite some patchy parts, also won a spot at bootcamp.
The pimp slot was taken by Croydon van driver Ben Haenow who gave arguably the performance of the night, singing Wild Horses by Rolling Stones to huge praise from the judges and a standing ovation from the audience.
Over on the Xtra Factor later, we saw groups IV Rox and Fifth Street both make bootcamp, along with Michel Marouli, Barclay Beales and Natasha Olrog
SEE FULL LIST OF BOOTCAMP ACTS HERE: > X Factor 2014 spoilers: Who's through to bootcamp?
X Factor 2014 continues tomorrow night on ITV at 8PM.
Browse pictures of tonight's X Factor 2014 auditions below...