The top X Factor 2017 contestants in the six chair challenge have now been revealed.
We’ve had a total of eight audition shows and throughout that time the thousands of singers that applied were whittled down to just over 100 for bootcamp which started last weekend.
They were halved to about sixty acts who will go through to the six chair challenge where just six in each category will make it to judges’ houses.
Deciding who makes six chairs is the bootcamp arena auditions which conclude tonight – but who made it through?
Here’s a non-exhaustive recap of the acts who have made the cut into the next stage…
Remember, The X Factor’s Six Chair Challenge continues with the Groups and Overs on Saturday, October 14.
29-year-old full-time dad and pub singer from Liverpool
28-year-old plasterer from Southend-On-Sea
45-year-old singer from Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tracey Leanne Jefford
34-year-old full-time mum from Middlesex.
31-year-old actor from Montenegro
Kevin Davy White
29-year-old singer, originally comes from Paris.
32-year-old airport VIP concierge from Hounslow
39-year-old hotelier from London.
30-year-old model from Manchester.
29-year-old stay-at-home dad and singer from Norwich.
71-year-old retired bus driver.
31-year-old singer from the Philippines.
Beth (19), Taylor (22), Eden (23), Bethany (19) and Cally (20) are a girlband from Essex.
The Price Brothers
Brothers Sean (17) and Conor (15) are students from Blessington, Ireland.
Jack and Joel
Pals Jack (22) and Joel (22) from London
Siblings Shereen (20), Jay (24) and Kyle (23) from Lanark, Scotland
Ashley, Miles, Jamal and Mustafa (25) are a boy band and best friends from Watford.
Shania (20), Saffron (19), twins Yemi and Chilee (17) and Mya are a girlgroup from London.
Group formed of Yvonne (20), Jake (22), Charlotte (19), Izzy (23) and Codie (24).
New girl group
Kelsey (20 from Lancashire), Imagen (17 from Stoke), Lydia (20 from Bedfordshire) and Sky (19 from Chingford)
Kingsley (39) and Adasnoop (31) from London
Girl group made up of Georgia (23 from Birmingham), Kiara (23 from Manchester, originally from Glasgow), Ash (21 from London), Sasha (23 from Cheshire) and Sophie (21 from Manchester).
Brad (24) and Sarah (22) are a singing duo from Middlesbrough.
Trio from Philippines: Joshua Bulot, Bryan del Rosario and Kim Lawrenz Ordonio
19-year-old from County Durham
22-year-old singer from Manila, Philippines.
20 year-old sandwich maker from Lancashire.
16-year-old singer from Yorkshire.
20-year-old mum from Birmingham.
23-year-old from Belfast
19-year-old make-up artist from Surrey.
19 year-old student from Essex
22-year-old musician from Anguilla in the Caribbean
19-year-old secretary from Essex.
27-year-old pub singer from Paisley, Scotland.
16-year-old from Croydon, London.
20 year-old singer-songwriter and warehouse assistant from Blackburn
Chloe Rose Moyle
16-year-old student from Fleetwood, Lancashire.
18-year-old from Sydney, Australia.
26-year-old singer from Blackpool
18-year-old busker from Aldershot.
17 year-old student
27 year-old singer from Liverpool
25 year-old nursing home singer from Wales.
24-year-old singer from Ohio, USA.
27-year-old barman from London.
24 year-old singer from Glasgow.
18-year-old hotel singer from Norwich formerly of duo ITG
22-year-old hotel singer from Norwich formerly of duo ITG
They’re now through the auditions and bootcamp and one stage away from judges’ houses.
Unfortunately that one stage is the dreaded six chair challenge, being held in front of a live audience at Wembley Arena this Saturday and Sunday night. In the six chair challenge, the acts will have one chance to impress their mentor who alone has the power to pick the singers to take to judges’ houses with them.
Following the judges’ houses, the six contestants left in each category will fly across the globe to sing for a spot in the LIVE SHOWS.
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