The X Factor 2015 finalists are one step closer to being confirmed with the top six girls revealed in tonight's six chair challenge.
This evening saw Rita Ora unveiled as the mentor of the super strong girls category before she had the very tough task of whittling them down to just six for judges' houses.
The six chair challenge at Wembley Arena saw LOTS of drama and plenty of tears.
Rita was booed and jeered as she made her choices with the crowd at one point riled by one controversial swap.
But the newbie judge stayed firm and stuck to her guns as she decided on her final six.
Once all was said and done, Louisa Johnson, Chloe Paige, Monica Michael, Havva Rebke, Kiera Weathers and Lauren Murray had a seat and are now through to judges' houses.
Three of them will go on to take part in the X Factor live shows which start at the end of this month.
We've profiled the six girls in full below with their journeys up to now, so meet the X Factor girls here...
18 year old barmaid from St Helens.
Kiera's first audition
Kiera got all yeses at her first audition, singing Ella Eyre's version of We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes off
Kiera's bootcamp performance
After battling bickering in the group stages of bootcamp, Kiera shone int he solo challenge with Me and My Broken Heart.
Kiera's six chair challenge
At the six chair challenge, Kiera dedicated her performance - Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You - to her late mum. The result was a lot of tears but also a spot at judges' houses.
You can follow Kiera on Twitter @kieraweathers1