X Factor judge Cheryl Cole is apparently concerned she may have selected the wrong acts to go through to the live shows.
Having lost three of her four acts after less than a month into the live show's it's not too surprising that Cheryl is worried.
Only Lauren Platt remains of Cheryl's original choices, with Lola Saunders having originally been ditched by Cheryl before being brought back by Louis Walsh as the Girls wild card.
But after last weekend, she now too has left the competition.
Back at judges' houses, Cheryl's decisions caused surprise after she dumped the likes of Lola, Emily Middlemas and Kerrianne Covell.
A source said this week: "Cheryl is worried she's taken the wrong girls through.
"She wasn't expecting so much controversy and she's really upset by it."
The supposed insider claimed that the Girls Aloud singer is now worried that her decision to return after four years was a "mistake".
Speaking to Star magazine, the insider explained: "Cheryl couldn't wait to return to The X Factor, but now she's worried that it's damaging her profile rather than enhancing it.
"She feels like she's second fiddle to Mel and is fed up having to constantly defend her decisions and her acts."
The X Factor starts at 8PM on Saturday night with the latest results show on Sunday evening, featuring performances from One Direction and Sam Smith.