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The first week of auditions on The X Factor 2017 are done – who was your favourite of the lot?

This weekend saw the opening two rounds of auditions and they were almost all successful.

Just one unlucky singer got given a no by judges Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne and guest judge Alesha Dixon.

On Saturday night, successful acts included four piece boy band Rak-Su, made up of Ashley, Miles, Jamal and Mustafa who impressed with an original song.

Sam Black, Kayleigh Taylor, Jack Smith, Rwanda Shaw and Anthony Russell all also sailed through their first auditions as the try outs kicked off on Saturday.

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Also getting through – albeit with a no from Nicole – was Elisangela Mahogany who stripped to Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You for her performance.

Joining Elisangela in the next round are duo Jack and Joel, who performed a beatboxing medley of Ed Sheeran hits, teenager Holly Tandy and Grace Davies who performed original song Roots.

Sunday night proved a full house with NO acts getting turned away.

Lloyd Macey got five yeses when his nan joined the panel, seeing himself through to bootcamp alongside Jordan Rabjohn and his original song Mexico.

Georgina Panton had all the confidence in the world whereas Nicole Caldwell struggled with nerves, but both got four yeses after their performances.

As the first weekend of try outs came to an end, we met dinner lady GaGa Lord who had Nicole and Alesha as backing dancers for her performance of Bond hit Diamonds Are Forever.

Last to sing on Sunday was 19-year-old Shanaya Atkinson-Jones who gave an emotional performance to get four yeses from the judges.

Which of the successful acts this weekend was your favourite?

Cast your vote in our poll below…

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The X Factor 2017 auditions air Saturday and Sunday nights on ITV.

The next episode airs on Saturday, September 9 at 8PM.

The live shows begin later this year.

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