The Judges' Houses: Who sang what on The X Factor
Tonight's episode of X Factor saw the remaining 32 contestants fly to Mykonos, Miami, Barcelona and Los Angeles to visit the judges in their houses with their special guests.
The Keys performed Beyoncé's 'Best Thing I Never Had' to which both popstars agreed that Charlie was the star of the band.
The Lovettes took on The Saturdays' 'Forever Is Over' and left the judges feeling disappointed, as did The Risk, who were put together by Tulisa, and performed Jordin Sparks' 'No Air'.
The Essex duo, 2 Shoes, made Ke$ha's 'Tik Tok' their own by slowing it down. Nu Vibe brought some humour to their performance of Tinie Tempah's 'Written In The Stars' mixed with 'Nobody's Perfect' by Jessie J, who loved their performance.
Another band that was created by Tulisa, Rhythmix, won over Tulisa and Jessie with Fergie's 'Big Girls Don't Cry'.
New girl Sarah Watson, who replaced Sian Phillips, sang Keri Hilson's 'Knock You Down' and both judges felt that she's not ready for the competition. They also felt that there were a few kinks to be worked on after Jade Richards' performance of Bonnie Raitt's 'I Can't Make You Love Me'.
45-year-old Johnny Robinson sang 'Love Is A Losing Game' by the late Amy Winehouse and Walsh questioned his versatility.
Terry Winstanley (41) performed Rod Stewart's 'Handbags and Gladrags' and Carolynne Poole from Huddersfield sang Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now'.
48-year-old Goldie Cheung had a performance to remember with Jennifer Lopez's 'On The Floor'. Sinitta's response was: "What was that?"
However, Walsh said that he loved 26-year-old Kitty Brucknall's performance of 'Beautiful Disaster' by Kelly Clarkson, but her dive into the pool may have ruined it. "I love her intensity but then she talks her way out of it. I'd say she'd be a nightmare to mentor", he said.
Unfortunately, the youngest in the category, 16-year-old Luke Lucas had to be asked to stop and start again with Shontelle's 'Impossible'. Williams said even though he was out of key, he still held "a bit of a candle for him just because of his first audition".
The Take That stars got nostalgic over Frankie Cocozza's hair but Barlow said that with his performance of Rihanna's 'What's My Name', the 18-year-old has gone up a level.
James Michael sang the unusual choice of Bon Iver's 'Skinny Love' but the two singers enjoyed his performance.
Tomorrow on The X Factor, the judges and their helpers will have to send four of their acts home.
Tune in to ITV1 at 7:30pm tomorrow (October 2) to see who gets sent home.
Check out two of the auditions from tonight's show below:
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