Yodeler Barclay Beales returned to The X Factor 2014 tonight and made it into bootcamp.
The 18-year-old impressed the panel last year but was dropped before the judges' houses stage.
At his room audition, Barclay was told he needed to show more personality at the arena auditions after performing Wicked Game by Chris Isaak.
Ahead of his spot on stage at Wembley, Barclay said: "I've had my hair brush and stood in front of the mirror, I've sung in the shower."
The teenager then performed Angel by Robbie Williams to get through to bootcamp with four yeses.
"You're not the best singer here, you've got charisma and I think you're a good entertainer," Louis Walsh said.
Cheryl Cole commented: "I think it's pretty evident that the ladies enjoy you very much, the song choice didn't do it for me but you did it for the girls for sure."
Simon Cowell was also a bit unsure, saying: "I don't know how much you pushed yourself from the first audition to this, I know it sounds cliche but I think you'd be better in a group."
He added: "I think there's too much potential to let go."
Mel remarked: "I think your looks completely overshadowed that audition."
SEE FULL LIST OF BOOTCAMP ACTS HERE: > X Factor 2014 spoilers: Who's through to bootcamp?
X Factor UK continues tomorrow night on ITV at 8PM.
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