A number of girl groups compete for a spot in the Six Chair Challenge on The X Factor 2017 tonight.
This evening is the second of three six chair challenge episodes, this time focused on Simon Cowell and the Groups and Nicole Scherzinger with the Overs.
As always, the acts have chosen their own song to sing for the panel, plus live audience at Wembley Arena.
And while everyone will offer up opinions, it's down to the mentor of the category alone to decide who goes through.
In the Groups category, there's some fierce competition.
We meet girl group Lemonade – Shania (20), Saffron (19), twins Yemi and Chilee (17) and Mya from London - who were only together for three weeks at their original audition.
"Not getting a chair is not an option for us," they say tonight. "We have not worked this hard to go home."
They sing Beyonce's I Was Here for the judges, but will they get a seat?
Another girl group wanting a chair are Beau Road, made up of Beth (19), Taylor (22), Eden (23), Bethany (19) and Cally (20)from Essex, who sing Paula Abdul's Straight Up.
Also fighting for a seat are NQ - Georgia (23 from Birmingham), Kiara (23 from Manchester, originally from Glasgow), Ash (21 from London), Sasha (23 from Cheshire) and Sophie (21 from Manchester) - plus a brand new girl group.
And more groups competing for one of the six chairs tonight include duos Afro-Swagg, made up of Adasnoop and Kingsley, Easylife, made up of couple Brad and Sara, pals Jack and Joel and brothers Sean & Conor Price.
The X Factor 2017 airs tonight at 8:15PM on ITV.
The Six Chair Challenge then continues on Sunday night at 7PM.