X Factor 2017: Meet the (still unnamed) new girl group

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A new girl group on The X Factor 2017 has made it through to judges’ houses.

However they still don’t have a name, even before their performance tonight.

The mega six piece group were put together earlier this year during filming by Simon Cowell.

This series, Simon is mentoring the Groups again for the first time since 2010 with One Direction.

The group is made up of former soloists Lydia Calvin, Kelsey Gill, Charlie Cammish, Sky Saron-Wermerling and Imagen Harrison, plus Ash Holme from girl group NQ who didn’t get a seat at the Six Chair Challenge.

“Since we’ve been put together we’ve been working really hard but we still haven’t got a name,” the girls say at judges’ houses this evening. “But that doesn’t mean we’re not going to smash it.”

At judges’ houses, the group sing Labrinth’s Misbehaving.

“There’s no doubt you’re really talented, you’ve given me a difficult decision to make,” says Simon Cowell.

Will they make the live shows? Speaking from judges’ houses, the group had high hopes for the future.

Saying they wanted to be “smashing it on tour” with “a Number 1 album and loads of platinum singles” in the next five years, the girls said of making the live shows: “It would mean everything! We can’t even put it into words. We’re not going home. We don’t want this to be over yet!”

Imagen added: “We’re not really a typical girl band.”

Kelsey agreed: “There’s something for everyone in this band.”

New Girl Group (Groups)
New Girl Group (Groups)

The new girl group join The Cutkelvins, Rak-Su, Sean & Conor Price, Jack & Joel and Lemonade at judges’ houses.

All six acts in the Groups category will be seen flying out to Nice, France this weekend as they perform for mentor Simon and his special guest judge Cheryl, hoping for a spot in the final stage of the competition.

Find out who gets through to the LIVE SHOWS during the judges’ houses when The X Factor 2017 airs this Saturday night at 8:20PM on ITV and Sunday evening at 7PM.

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