The new X Factor judges created six new groups at the end of Day 1 at bootcamp tonight, made up of rejected solo stars. The panel ditched more than 100 hopefuls after the first bootcamp challenge, but called back 24 of them for a lifeline...
The judges split the hopefuls into six new groups, with girl groups and boy groups, five pieces and trios all amongst the mix.
Some of the names of the new groups include The Risk, Vibe and The Lovettes.
Contestants amongst them include the likes of 16-year-old [tag]Bradley Johnson[/tag], who wowed the judges during the last day of auditions in Liverpool.
Hopeful [tag]Derry Mensah[/tag] was also invited back for a second dance, after initially being sent home by the judges after messing up his performance.
Also given a second chance was [tag]Marlon McKenzie[/tag], who made it to judges' houses last year.
The new groups were given just a day to rehearse before taking to the stage at Wembley to perform alongside the soloists.
Find out tomorrow how they do, and if any will be making it to judges' houses.
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