The X Factor 2016's final three Overs in the live shows have been confirmed.
Tonight was the second half of judges' houses as Sharon Osbourne picked her finalists for the live shows.
A total of seven acts performed for Sharon and her guest judge Robbie Williams over in LA.
But for four it was bad news as Christopher Peyton, Samantha Atkinson, Janet Grogan and James Wilson were all sent home by Sharon.
For three other acts it was the best news ever.
X Factor 2016: Overs in the live shows
35 - RECRUITMENT AGENT - HARROW
Honey G describes herself as a genuine urban artist. Hailing from North London, she grew up around classical music and her mother is a retired classical piano teacher. Honey studied pop music production at university and has been DJing since the early 2000s. She started rapping and singing in 2013. Honey G’s audition split the judges, but Nicole said she ‘was feeling it’ after her rendition of Missy Elliot’s ‘work it’.
29 - SINGER - FINLAND
Saara grew up in a musical family and has been singing since she was a child. After high school she studied classical singing at university in Helsinki. She performs regularly in Finland and has chosen to enter the show as she wants to be known internationally. Nicole was blown away by Saara’s room audition, giving her a standing ovation and joking that ‘my ass wants to clap for you, that’s how good it was’.
26 - HOUSEKEEPER - BIRMINGHAM
Relley works part-time as a housekeeper in a local hotel, where she also gets the opportunity to sing at functions. She started singing and writing music when she was 12 years-old, after her grandparents bought her a piano and they still have the same piano at home. In 2013, Relley reached Nicole’s judges’ houses. After her audition, Simon thought she was in a different league to everyone else they had seen that day.