Auditioning a few years after a tragic event in his life, J-Sol delivers a beautiful performance dedicated to his late mum, and makes a real impact on the judges
Australian 32-year-old Gingzilla delights The X Factor Judges with a completely original version of Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.
14-year-old Maltese singer Gaia Cauchi shows incredible charisma with her brilliant performance of Only Love Can Hurt Like This by Paloma Faith.
Student and cat mum Charlotte Lily gets the audience singing along with her unique version of YMCA by The Village People
Having auditioned for Simon Cowell three times in the past, Panda Ross came from America to prove that she has what it takes singing Aretha Franklin classic Natural Woman.
A standing ovation was the least 35-year-old Claire Angel deserved after warming the hearts of the Judges with her rendition of Change is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke.
The X Factor judges found themselves lost in Louise Setara's voice after the stunning performance of her own track A Moment of Your Time.
Half-Italian half-Romanian classical crooner Cezar Ouatu gets a standing ovation after raising the roof with a faultless Nessun Dorma.