The X Factor 2018 saw its final auditions this weekend – which act did you rate the highest?
Simon Cowell, Ayda Williams, Robbie Williams and Louis Tomlinson were back at Wembley Arena for the final time.
Another set of acts sang for the four piece, as well as the 4,000-strong audience, all hoping to get the three or more yeses they needed to make the next round.
On Saturday, successful acts we met included Cezar Ouatu, a 38 year old singing teacher who surprised with Nessan Dorma and Louise Setara, a 30 year old cleaner who sang an original track.
Claire Angel Bryan, a 35 year old full time carer, belted out Sam Cooke’s Change is Gonna Come while Panda Ross, a 48 year old barista flew in from America to sing for Simon Cowell.
More yeses followed for acts including 20 year old student Charlotte Lily, 15-year-old Gaia Cauchi, 15 year old student and Gingzilla, a 32 year old drag queen.
Closing the show was J Sol, a 25 year old singer who gave an emotional performance with an original written track.
On Sunday night, we met Thomas Pound, 20 year old cleaner from South Wales also known by his drag alter ego Lady Frieda Wilde.
Joining him through to the next round were Chloe Jane McAllister, an 18 year old from Northern Ireland, 16-year-old student Blaise Duncan, 18-year-old student Jon Guelas and 18 year old Elliot Horne.
Finally, there was ATTY, a family group of four who brought a bit of gospel to the auditions.
Who was your favourite act from the final round of auditions this weekend? Vote in our poll below…
The X Factor 2018 airs Saturday and Sunday nights on ITV.