Over the weekend, we saw the last of the X Factor auditions but before we prepare for bootcamp, we've decided to take a look back at the most memorable auditions (for the right AND wrong) reasons that have graced our screens this year.
First up to impress the judges was teen Ella Henderson whose own song left Gary Barlow, Tulisa Contostavlos, Louis Walsh and guest judge Mel B impressed. Commenting on her performance. Mel B told the 16 year-old:
"Whoever, or whatever you wrote that song about those words, I’m sure, hit a chord with everyone. Your song writing is so clever. It made me go into my own little world, and go Oh my God – I felt like that at one point, and that’s hard to do as a song writer.
“And when you sang it, you just made me believe every single word, I was right there with you. What we just witnessed was incredible, absolutely incredible", whilst Gary mused: "That performance was absolutely out of this world, it really was. That was really something special, thank you very much for that.”
As the auditions continued, the audience and the judges were introduced to a bevy of talented hopefuls who showcased their talents. However it was Lucy Spraggan and Jahmene Douglas' unexpected performances that made us sit up.
Impressing the judges with her funny song about beer fear, we were pleasantly surprised by shy Juhmane's confident and powerful voice. Tulisa commented: "You've got the shock factor," whilst Nicole Scherzinger added: "We need more singers like you."
With the talent proving to be fruitful, it just kept on getting better as acts such as mum and part-time fairy Melanie Masson and Kye Sones, impressed the judges with their renditions of some of the best known songs.
And who could forget the voice on Tammy Cartwright, Christopher Maloney or Robbie Hance, all of which showed raw talent just wanting to be heard.
However, as memorable as these auditions were for all the right reasons, there were a few auditions that have been etched in our memory, but for all the wrong reasons.
Unhappy with the judges comments about her performance, pink tribute artist Zoe Alexander launched a foul mouthed tirade against the judges before stomping off the stage and pushing over set pieces.
Or who can forget Alison Brunton, the mother of two who was sure she could be the next big star. Sadly, no one shared her vision as she sang Lady Gaga's 'Edge Of Glory'. The look on her kids' faced said it all.
So, we want to know who was your most memorable X Factor contestant?
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