The next set of X Factor finalists have been revealed with the final four groups confirmed.
Tonight saw judges' houses continue as we headed to LA and Robbie Williams' home with his groups category.
Six acts sang for a place in the live shows for Robbie and his guest judge, Britain's Got Talent star Robbie Williams.
After they had all performed, Robbie sat down each of the groups in turn to reveal the four going through to the live shows.
LMA Choir, A Star, Misunderstood and Vibe 5 are in the live shows while American duo Panda and Burgundy and girl group Sweet Sense were sent home.
First to make the cut was LMA Choir, a group of 15 singers aged 18-40 from Liverpool.
Robbie told LMA Choir: "I love your energy and talent. There's something awesome about the soul of you on mass."
Next to get a yes from Robbie was duo A Star made up of Acacia, 15 and Aaliyah, 14.
He told the girls: "Your chemistry is incredible. Your vocals are great. Your rapping is on point. It was incredibly impressive."
Third to get into the live shows were duo Misunderstood made up of Stefan, 25 and Jeff, 27 both from London
"Your chemistry is undeniable. The telepathy you have is like watching one person," Robbie told the pair.
The fourth and final act in the live shows are boy band Vibe 5, put together at the Six Chair Challenge, made up of Kieran 22, Jack 17, Jon 18, Blaise 17 and Elliot 18.
Robbie told the boys: "I can already see defined roles happening in my eyes which is great. There's something for everybody."
The X Factor 2018 continues Sunday night at 8PM on ITV with Louis Tomlinson and the Boys in Ibiza and Ayda Williams and the Overs in LA.
We'll find out which other contestants have made it into the live shows alongside Simon Cowell's girls, who were revealed last week.
He chose 19-year-old Bella Penfold from Essex, 16-year-old Molly Scott from County Durham, 20-year-old Scarlett Lee from Surrey and 25-year-old Shan from Croydon as his finalists.
The X Factor 2018 live shows begin at 8:25PM on Saturday, October 20 and at 8PM on Sunday, October 21.