Sheereen previously had a top 10 single and album in Neon Jungle. You are just what is going on in the music industry now Louis said: 'You've got it all. Simon will be sitting at home, thinking yes, job done. It's rare to see someone as amazing in this competition Sharon said: 'Your voice is so rich and warm feeling. Wow'To a round of wolf whistles Nicole introduced 28-year-old plasterer Matt Linnen, from Southend, who performed a smouldering version of Scars To Your Beautiful by Alessia Cara. Teenage brothers Sean & Conor Price from Blessington in Ireland performed Strong by London Grammar The boys, 15 and 17, performed Bob Dylan’s All Along The Watchtower in their first audition, complete with a funky rap. Welcome to X Factor we love you'Louis said: 'It's so unbelievable you're so young and the potential is amazing. The 32-year-old VIP concierge found herself in the last two acts alongside Tracy Leanne Jefford, 34, after coming back as a wildcard. The 20-year-old singer, who won the viewers vote on Saturday beat Rak-Su to win a trip to New York City and meet Pink, with powerful rendition of her song Too Young.
They wowed with Beyonce’s Runnin (Lose It all) at their audition. You are just what is going on in the music industry now'Sharon said: ' Well, that was phenomenal, you've had everybody up on their feet. This is the start of an amazing journey for you.'Nicole gushed:'What an amazing empowering way to start tonight's show. 'Alesha said: 'One of my favourite songs this year. ' French singer Kevin Davy White, 29, was next with a sultry version of Rihanna and Mikky Ekko's Stay, which featured a jaw-dropping high note Louis said: ' Everything was perfect. It suited you perfectly and I'm scared I've seen you before. A busty Nicole then got up and started gyrating saying 'When you sing it serves my soul like that.'Wildcard Talia Dean, 32, from Hounslow, West London, sang a haunting version of One Direction's cheery pop number What Makes You Beautiful. Louis said: 'Watching you there, it's hard to believe you were a plasterer. That song would be a hit Sharon said: 'I can tell you're trouble and very naughty. The ladies at home, including Sharon, are loving you now Nicole added: 'You're not just a pretty face. You're a really special act Nicole said: 'I completely disagree with Louis, it's perfect, it's authentic. You really are.'Alesha went further with the compliments saying: 'You're an amazing personality. I have a feeling you might be facing Grace in the sing-off Nicole said: 'This is what we do, Scher-slay! And Stormzy took to the stage with Labrinth to perform Blinded By Your Grace.
However she was still high in the fashion stakes and gave Nicole some competition for who dressed the best.
The singer and TV judge wore this Fausto Puglisi cropped embellished top and Versace trousers making statement waves.
Sunday night's show saw Nicole Scherzinger's Overs category of Matt Linnen, Tracy Leanne Jefford and Kevin Davy White perform, with the former Pussycat Doll bringing back Talia Dean, 32, for her wild card.
Despite admitting that he loves the current judging panel – consisting of Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger – Simon revealed that he is so keen to have Cheryl rejoin Best line-up EVER!
And of course the viewers watching along at home had the cutest things to say about the scenes: continues with the Six Chair Challenge tonight before we move on to Judges' Houses next week to determine which of the acts we'll be going on the live shows.
And, while Eric will probably (and unfortunately) not be there, the one and only Cheryl Tweedy will be.
The judging panel was down a music mogul when the X Factor returned for the first live show of the series on Saturday.
And Alesha Dixon stood in for injured head judge Simon Cowell as he was forced to miss out on the second live show and seeing his acts perform on Sunday, as fans questioned why Cheryl wasn't asked to fill his seat.