The third week of auditions on The X Factor 2017 are complete - who was your favourite of the lot?
This weekend saw the latest double rounds of auditions as try outs arrived at the half way point.
On Saturday night the show began with self-proclaimed musical diva Amrick Channa who got through with three yeses after only Simon said no to his performance of Technotronic's Pump Up The Jam.
17-year-old college student Benji Matthews from Cornwall got all four judges say yes after singing Alicia Keys' If I Ain’t Got You while 34-year-old full-time mum Tracy Leanne Jefford also got through, singing The Shirelles' Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.
25 year-old nursing home singer Russell Jones was next to join them in the next round before 24 year-old singer Gregor Coleman from Glasgow and 22-year-old musician Nicole Simpson from Scotland join him.
Brothers Sean (17) and Conor (15) from Blessington, Ireland were the last of Saturday's successful acts, having performed Jimi Hendrix's All Along The Watchtower to get four yeses.
Sunday night got off to a slower start with the first four acts all getting a no. 16-year-old student Chloe Rose Moyle was the first to get a yes and she opened the flood gates.
20-year-old student Harry Holmes from Liverpool 17-year-old trainee beautician Imagen Harrison from Stoke quickly joined her.
The judges weren't quite sure about Descendance, a mother and daughter duo made up of Hayley (20) and Debye (40), but the pair got through with four yeses in the end.
Trio The Clique - Corey (20), Jason (27) and Rowland (29) - also split the panel, making the cut with three yeses after Simon said no.
19-year-old secretary from Essex Taliah Dalorto was next to make bootcamp before being joined by the final act of the weekend, 29-year-old full-time dad and pub singer Gary Barker from Liverpool.
Which of the successful acts this weekend was your favourite?
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The X Factor 2017 auditions air Saturday and Sunday nights on ITV.
The next episode airs on Saturday, September 23 at 8PM.
The live shows begin later this year.