Here's your first preview of Saturday night's X Factor as Rak-Su take to the stage.
Saturday night sees the third and final of three bumper bootcamp shows as the arena auditions continue.
Each of the remaining contestants in the competition picks their own song before facing the judges and a 5,000 strong live audience at Wembley Arena.
The panel will then make an immediate decision whether or not they go through to the six chair challenge.
One of the acts who we see singing for the judges this weekend is boy band Rak-Su, a four-piece boyband Rak-Su made up of Ashley, Miles, Jamal and Mustafa.
After impressing with an original song at the room auditions, they again perform a self-penned track.
Called Knock Knock, the boys explain it's "about the girl next door, that when you finally meet her, the emotional you go through."
The crowd LOVE it but it gets a lukewarm reception from the judges.
Nicole Scherzinger says: "It could have been better, I was waiting for it to get better."
Will Rak-Su be making it through to the six chair challenge in the groups category?
The X Factor 2017 continues on Saturday night at the later than usual time of 8:15PM.
The on Sunday the Six Chair Challenge begins from 7:30PM.
The contestants who made it through bootcamp will return to Wembley Arena to perform once again, this time split into their separate categories and with one of the judges assigned as their mentor.
All the acts in each category will perform one at a time for all the judges and live audience, but only the mentor in charge of that category will decide which contestant gets a seat.