X Factor 2017 finalists: Meet the top six groups at judges' houses

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The X Factor 2017 finalists are a step closer to being confirmed with the top six groups confirmed.

We’ve had a total of eight audition shows and three bootcamp episodes before the Six Chair Challenge continued tonight.

Over the next few episodes, the remaining acts in the four categories will be cut to be just 24 as the mentors take control for the first time this year and decided on their top contestants.

Last Sunday it began with Sharon Osbourne and the Girls while on Saturday it was time for Simon Cowell and the Groups.

Much like when Sharon was in charge, there was plenty of drama and things ended in a sing off between two groups.

x factor 2017 final six groups

After everything, Simon eventually settled on his final six groups.

But which of them will go on to take part in the X Factor live shows which start at the end of the month?

X Factor 2017 final six groups

Shereen (20), Jay (24) and Kyle (23) are siblings from Lanark, Scotland.

Brothers Sean (17) and Conor (15) are a singing duo from Blessington, Ireland.

Jack (22) and Joel (22) are a singing duo from London.

Shania (20), Saffron (19), twins Yemi and Chilee (17) and Mya

Ashley (25), Jamaal (25), Myles (25) and Mustafa (25) are childhood friends from Watford, London.

Kelsey (20 from Lancashire), Imagen (17 from Stoke), Lydia (20 from Bedfordshire) Ash (21 from London), and Sky (19 from Chingford) originally auditioned as solo artists. They were put into a girl group 24 hours before competing in Simon’s Six Chair Challenge.

New Girl Band.
New Girl Band.

Following the end of the six chair challenge, the six contestants left in each category will fly across the globe to sing for their mentor in a bid to get a spot in the LIVE SHOWS.

Who is your current X Factor favourite? Tell us in the comments below!

The X Factor continues on ITV Sunday at 7PM with the Boys’ Six Chair Challenge as Louis Walsh is put in the hot seat.

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