The X Factor has confirmed that the wild card will return this year.
As the first episode of Judges’ Houses drew to a close, host Dermot O’Leary announced that during Sunday evening’s programme we will be learning details of this year’s wild card vote, and it turns out that a total of four acts will be voted through to the live shows by the public.
She then smashed it in front of the arena audience and sailed through to the Six Chair Challenge – where she was again told no and had a seat denied. Only to be brought back and told yes.
Essentially, no has never actually meant no when it comes to ditching Alisah from the competition. We really wouldn’t be surprised to see her return. Again.
Louis, Louis, Louis. How did he get this so wrong?
Singer-songwriter Aidan Martin was easily one of the favourites in the competition, from his first audition to the Six Chair Challenge, he blew everyone away with his unique performances and heartfelt self-penned songs.
He’d been considered a frontrunner in the Boys category and as our poll proved, he’s the people’s choice in his category for the wild card after earning 12% of the overall vote. The South Shields singer had impressed the judges with his original songs, and it seems as though he left a lasting impression on readers too.
Ever since Talia Dean’s first audition, she’s seemed a dead cert for the live shows.
Through her day job of meeting and greeting VIPs at Heathrow airport, Talia revealed that it was a chance meeting with Nicole Scherzinger that brought her to The X Factor. As she jetted out of London, Nicole apparently told Talia she should audition for the show. Not that long after, Talia found herself in South Africa at Nicole’s judges’ houses alongside Stormzy!
“You’re almost there, I don’t think you’re ready so I’m not able to take you with me to the live shows,” Nicole told her as she let her go. However, it’s not over yet and we wouldn’t be surprised if Talia made it to the live shows in the Overs category.