The X Factor 2017 is back on ITV tonight (Sunday) and here’s a first look at the next batch of contestants.
Yesterday saw auditions continue with acts including a self-confessed musical diva and a teenage brother duo.
This evening sees the room try outs back on ITV from 8PM with 12 brand new acts hoping for at least three yeses from the judges.
Back behind the judges' desk this year are Nicole Scherzinger, Sharon Osbourne, Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh.
However in tonight's episode Simon misses the first set of try outs, leaving Louis in charge of the panel.
Later on, guest judge Alesha Dixon is back as she stands in for Sharon at auditions in Edinburgh.
The one constant throughout it all is host Dermot O'Leary, on hand as always to guide us viewers through the auditions and offer a supportive hug to the contestants.
Here's who's hoping to impress on The X Factor 2017 tonight...
X Factor 2017 contestants
26-year-old freelance make-up artist Megan Byrne from Ireland. Megan sings a unique version of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins's I Put A Spell On You.
35 year old accounts sales manager Mark McKeown from Ireland is very pleased to sing for Louis Walsh and even has a special song prepared for him: Westlife's If I Let You Go.
32 year old full-time mum Alice Stafford from Ireland sings Shakira's Whenever, Wherever as she makes a bid for bootcamp.
Junior cruise ship director Jamesy (real name James Alton) from Derby certainly makes an impression the judges. The former Butlins red coat loves to entertain and promises an all singing, all dancing cover of Justin Timberlake's Can’t Stop The Feeling.
Chloe Rose Moyle
16-year-old student Chloe Rose Moyle from Fleetwood, Lancashire comes prepared with her original song for the auditions. Chloe says that Holding Out For Us is about "someone not being right for me, right now, but in time they may be.".
20-year-old student Harry Holmes is from Liverpool, although originally comes from Stoke-On-Trent. He sings original song Girl Who Stayed The Night for the judges.
17-year-old trainee beautician Imagen Harrison from Stoke reveals her biggest inspiration is her father. Emili Sande's Suitcase is Imagen's song of choice for her audition.
Hayley (20) and Debye (40) are a mother and daughter singing duo from Belfast, Northern Ireland, originally from Canada. After being mistaken for sisters, the couple sing Macklemore's Can’t Hold Us.
Ashleigh Jade Warwick aka Queen A is a 31-year-old recruitment worker from Wokingham. "I like to be a leader, I like to have followers," says the Queen A who only started singing in 2015. She has a mega medley of songs by Celine Dion, Salt N Pepa and R Kelly ready for the judges.
Corey (20), Jason (27) and Rowland (29) make up The Clique who give a VERY unique performance of Little Mix's Touch with some shocking dance moves.
Taliah Dalorto is a 19-year-old secretary from Essex who wants the world to know about her passion for music. Telling the judges she's different, Taliah sings her own take on Aretha Franklin's Ain’t No Way.
29-year-old full-time dad Gary Barker is a pub singer from Liverpool put forward for the show by his fiancée. Hoping to take his music career to the next level, Gary sings Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk.
The X Factor 2017 airs tonight at 8PM on ITV.