The veteran Judge is back this year and after leading Shayne Ward to victory in 2005, it'll be his goal to produce another chart-topper this time around!
Scherzy “loved” his clever song choice, while Simon felt his efforts were “a bit corny”. And, while Louis was left disappointed by his Audition, he still has faith in Spencer and gives him a seat!
It’s Anthony Russell as we’ve never seen him before as he gets suited and booted in a bid to impress Louis with his rendition of Joe Cocker’s You Are So Beautiful.
And, while Simon fears we've "lost" the real Anthony, Nicole strongly disagrees and is happy we got to see another side of him. As for Louis, three really IS the magic number as he gives Anthony a chair.
Following his brother Leon’s triumphant effort, 18-year old Alex Mallett faces the Six Chair Challenge and hopes to land one of Louis’ chairs with his cover of Plan B’s She Said.
With Sharon left feeling that he lacked in confidence, Louis isn't convinced by his Audition, meaning it's the end of the road for Alex! We can hardly look at Leon right now...
Leon Mallett entered the competition with his brother Alex as part of duo ITG, but after Simon decided they should go it alone at Boot Camp - can he convince Louis to give him a seat with his cover of Closer by The Chainsmokers?
With Simon taking credit for his successful performance and Nicole stating that seat number two has Leon's name on it, Louis takes the plunge and gives him a chair!
It’s Louis' turn to pick from the Boys with Lloyd Macey up first! Will his performance of Feels Like Home earn him a seat?
If Sharon was Louis, she’d give him a seat for his “timeless” vocals alone, and with the crowd chanting "seat, seat, seat", Louis’ mind is made up… Lloyd is taking the first chair!
29-year old pub singer Gary Barker covers Chris Stapleton’s Tennessee Whiskey in a bid to win over the Judges for a place at the Six Chair Challenge.
Louis is keen to mentor Gary, but will the rest of the panel put their faith in him?
Busking brothers Sean and Conor Price put their own spin on Beggin’ by Madcon, but with Simon left unimpressed, can they convince him they deserve to stay in the competition with their second song, Ed Sheeran's Sing?