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X Factor contestants we want to see back this year

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As the X Factor gears up for another year, here's our pick of last year's contestants we hope to see again.

X Factor loves a comeback with a number of finalists having previously auditioned for the show or others before making it.

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Alexandra Burke got as far as judges' houses before her victory while last year's champ Louisa Johnson was turned away by Britain's Got Talent before winning her series.

Here are just some of the amazing performers from last year we'd love to give it another shot...

All of the girls

While we're still waiting for 2015's girls, including Chloe Paige and Havva Rebke, to make an epic comeback, last year once again the category proved super strong.

Here's hoping we see the likes of Caitlyn Vanbeck and Kayleigh Marie Morgan back this series - as well as Luena Martinéz who came out of nowhere at the six chair challenge.

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Janet Grogan (Again)

Having now made the six chair challenge twice, Janet DESERVES a spot in the live shows some time, surely?!

 

Christian Burrows

Christian gave some amazing performances throughout the auditions and had the most watched performance of the entire series in 2016, that to us bodes well for a successful comeback in 2017.

 

Ivy Grace Paredes

Ivy Grace took the roof off Wembley at the Six Chair Challenge but a visa mess up of all things left her unable to attend judges' houses. She says bosses have already invited her back to audition this year, so watch this space...

 

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Melissa Pedro

The Overs category was super tough last year and while we thought Melissa deserved a spot at judges' houses, Sharon Osbourne didn't agree.

 

Yes Lad

A lot of (bad) things can be said about Louis' decisions in the groups category last year. Yes Lad really could've done well in the live shows.

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Who are the contestants you hope to see again in the future? Tell us in the comments below!

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