Talking to omg! today alongside Nicole and fellow boys James Arthur and Rylan Clark, Jahmene revealed that he has now in fact conquered his nerves.
He told us: "I've grown balls. I think it's just about believing in myself and knowing that everything is all right for the performance because Bootcamp gives nerves to everyone- it's a horrible experience."
"I think if you put Stevie Wonder in that environment he'd breakdown. It's just nice to have gotten through to the final stages just to have proved yourself."
Echoing Jahmene's outlook on Bootcamp and Judge's houses, James Arthur admitted that now the initial rounds are behind him, he is feeling less nervous about the live shows.
He explained: "I feel like the hard work is over now. The Bootcamp stage was pretty awful and Judges' Houses was a big high pressure situation"
"I'm looking forward to going out to the live stages and smashing my performances."
While James is adamant that the hardest part of the show is over for him, Rylan Clark feels the exact opposite.
He admitted: "James said the hard work for him is over- he's ready for his performance, this is where the hard work begins for me!"
"I'm in my element; performance is what I want to do. This Saturday I've got so much in store for the live show. I've got the biggest routine this week; we're going to have a futuristic Egypt and there's a throne and a lot of naked men!"
This year's boys; Jahmene, James and Rylan, all have very different styles when it comes to performing but mentor Nicole Scherzinger is sure that they will do her proud come Saturday night.
She told us: "I'm very confident, that's why I chose them, I feel very blessed to have them."
"They are three unique and individual artists and we'll have a lot of fun."