X Factor 2017: Who's in the live shows revealed tonight and Sharon Osbourne finds it tough

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Who’s in The X Factor 2017 live shows for the Overs and Girls is revealed tonight.

The route to the live shows draws tantalisingly closer for the remaining 24 X Factor contestants as they jet off to Judges’ Houses in a bid to land a coveted place in the live shows.

Offering a glimpse into the jet set lifestyle that The X Factor winner could have, the four categories travel to glamorous destinations across the world and with just one more chance to impress their mentor, each act will be hoping to convince them that they have the star quality required to reach the live shows.

This evening the focus is on the Girls, in San Francisco with Sharon Osbourne and the Overs, in South Africa with Nicole Scherzinger.

With crucial decisions to be made, each judge has help at hand from guest judges who know all about what it takes to make it in the industry: Nicole is aided by Mobo award-winning, BRIT nominated and man of the moment, grime artist, Stormzy while Sharon makes it a family affair with son Jack and daughter Kelly.

After each act sings, Jack declares: “There is not a single artist that I am like ‘No’. It’s very tough.”

Meanwhile, the girls reflect as they wait to find out their fate.

Holly Tandy says: “I think it’d be absolutely amazing to ring up my parents and be like ‘I did it!'”

Rai-Elle tells cameras: “The fact that only three of us are going through makes me very nervous.”

Alisah adds: “If I get a no from Sharon, it would be really painful for me because I sang my heart out.”

Deanna comments: “I feel like my life is in Sharon’s hands right now, it would mean everything to me to get through to the lives.”

Georgina says: “I’m hoping I can go through to the lives else I’m just going to have to go back to Birmingham and find myself.”

Find out who gets through to the live shows tonight on ITV.

The X Factor 2017 judges’ houses airs Saturday at 8:20PM and then continues Sunday at 7PM with the Groups and Boys.

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