The girls sing for a place in judges' houses on The X Factor 2017 tonight.
Earlier this month saw Sharon Osbourne put in charge of the girls and then given 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, both of joy and of sadness.
There were some surprise choices from Sharon but tough decisions had to be made in the always competitive category.
Things ended with a three way sing off for the final seats before the six contestants through to the judges' houses stage were confirmed.
They are made up of Alisah Bonaobra, a 22-year-old singer from Manila, Philippines, Deanna Mussington, a 22-year-old musician from Anguilla in the Caribbean and Georgina Panton, a 20-year-old mum from Birmingham.
Joining them are Holly Tandy, a 16-year-old singer from Yorkshire, Rai-Elle, a 16-year-old student from Croydon, London and Grace Davies, a 20 year-old singer-songwriter and warehouse assistant from Blackburn.
The six girls are now just one step away from making the live shows later this month.
Tonight we'll see them competing for one of three spots in the final stage as they fly off to San Francisco to meet mentor Sharon Osbourne, who makes it a family affair with son Jack and daughter Kelly helping her out.
The acts have just one more chance to impress Sharon, Jack and Kelly, with each contestant hoping to convince them that they have the star quality required to reach the live shows.
Find out who gets through to the live shows tonight on ITV.
The X Factor 2017 judges' houses airs Saturday at 8:20PM and then continues Sunday at 7PM with the Groups and Boys.