After making her return to The X Factor panel in 2014, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is back with her unique blend of sass, charm and honesty.
Chezza previously won the show with Alexandra Burke and Joe McElderry and will be looking to do the same this time around with The Groups.
Describing her audition as “the biggest performance” of her life, can Charli Beard deliver and impress the Judges with her cover of David Guetta and Usher’s Without You?
Let’s just say Cheryl was left thinking she was “really good” and we're pretty excited too, Chezza...
After admitting that Boot Camp was “another level”, Jennifer Phillips takes on Harry Nielson’s Without You in a bid to bag herself a place at the Six Chair Challenge.
In the words of Cheryl, that was “really amazing”…
The First Kings blew the Judges away during their Arena Audition and the Group hoping their performance of Just Be Good To Me will be enough to prove they aren’t just dancers.
But, when Cheryl feels their audition was a bit dated (think, the Backstreet Boys in the '90s) can Rita fight their corner enough to convince the panel to give them a place at the Six Chair Challenge?
With Simon branding their first audition “the best he’s ever seen”, 4th Power return with their cover of David Guetta and Sia’s collaboration Titanium.
Before his solo performance, Cheryl claimed she was “excited” about Mason Noise, with the singer taking on a Marvin Gaye hit and Uptown Funk for his audition.
Will Chezza still be a fan? Is he really one of the biggest acts the show has seen? It seems confidence really is the key for Mason…
Monica Michael may have been “thrown under the bus” by Princess Diamond in the Group Task, but can the 25-year old impress with her version of Bill Withers’ Ain’t No Sunshine?
Will they be forgiving at put her through to the Six Chair Challenge?