In a global first in music television, The X Factor has become the world’s first talent show to give hopefuls the opportunity to audition on Facebook Live!
So if you think you could be the next Louisa Johnson, One Direction, Little Mix, Ella Henderson or Olly Murs, or you know someone you think could be, now it couldn’t be easier to audition.
Book a Facebook Live audition slot for a private one-to-one audition. Then all you have to do is go on to win!
Do you think you've got what it takes to be the next One Direction or Little Mix?
Dermot’s on the lookout for the next X Factor super group and if that sounds like you, now’s your big chance...
Is the X factor coming to a location near you? If so, then come on down to meet and perform in front of the team. For these auditions, there is no need to register or apply in advance – Just bring a form of ID with you and all Under 18’s must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.
Cheryl has decided she will not be returning as a Judge for the next series of The X Factor.
The Girls Aloud star joined The X Factor in 2008. During her time on the show, she mentored two singers to victory - Alexandra Burke in 2008 and Joe McElderry in 2009. She left the show in 2010 before rejoining in 2014.
The UK’s favourite singing show, The X Factor, is back and on the lookout for the next big breakout music stars as they travel the length and breadth of the country on the 2016 audition tour.
The news comes as Dermot O’Leary has announced his return as host and it has also been confirmed that the room auditions will return for this year’s series.
On Tuesday we revealed Dermot was making a dramatic return as host of The X Factor and we caught up with him while filming for the new series. The filming saw Dermot, meeting a group of school girls, playing football with some kids and giving one of his infamous ‘Dermot hugs’ to an unsuspecting bin man. Former contestant Wagner was even on hand to welcome him back!
The filming is to promote the start of the auditions which kick off on 7 April in Glasgow.
The UK’s most talked about entertainment show is back. And today we can announce that show veteran and award winning presenter Dermot O’Leary is set to make a triumphant return to The X Factor 2016.
Having previously hosted the show for eight years, Dermot will once again be at the helm of the nation's favourite singing show, deftly keeping the judges in check and offering support and hugs to this year’s budding hopefuls.