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X Factor 2017: Chloe Rose Moyle impresses with original song at audition

Chloe Rose Moyle.

16-year-old Chloe Rose Moyle impressed the judges with her very own song on the show at her first audition.

Student Chloe Rose Moyle from Fleetwood, Lancashire came prepared with her original track for the room auditions.

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Accompanied by her family who watch on with host Dermot O'Leary, Chloe said: "We're a really close family.

"When I was growing up, mum would be cooking and singing, then I started singing. My mum would be overwhelmed if Simon said yes. She would be so happy.

Chloe said that her song Holding Out For Us is about "someone not being right for me, right now, but in time they may be.".

Sharon Osbourne fell in love with the adorable teenager while Nicole Scherzinger praised: "You're special, you're truly special."

With four yeses, Chloe was through to bootcamp.

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Meanwhile, Chloe wasn't the only contestant coming with their own song at her audtions.

20-year-old student Harry Holmes is from Liverpool, although originally comes from Stoke-On-Trent. He sang original song Girl Who Stayed The Night for the judges.

We also met Imagen Harrison, a 17-year-old trainee beautician from Stoke who reveals her biggest inspiration is her father. Emili Sande's Suitcase was Imagen's song of choice for her audition.

More contestants on Chloe's show were mum and daughter duo Descendance. After being mistaken for sisters, the couple sing Macklemore's Can’t Hold Us.

Another group are Corey (20), Jason (27) and Rowland (29) who make up The Clique. They gave a VERY unique performance of Little Mix's Touch with some shocking dance moves.

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Also hoping for a yes this evening were Taliah Dalorto, a 19-year-old secretary from Essex who wants the world to know about her passion for music, and Gary Barker, a 29-year-old full-time dad Gary Barker pub singer from Liverpool put forward for the show by his fiancée.

The X Factor 2017 continues Saturday and Sunday nights on ITV.

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