Each aspiring singer seriously wowed with their wardrobes with gorgeous outfits picked out by head stylist Gemma Lucy Sheppard and her team.
First of Cheryl's girls to perform was Lola Saunders, who strutted her stuff around the stage while singing Gnarls Barkley's 'Crazy'. Lola wore a latex top with a spider web design, £50, with a nude top underneath, £50, both available soon from sashalouise.co.uk. The starlet also wore a high-waisted faux leather pencil skirt, £30 from River Island, along with barely-there strappy heels, £50, also from River Island.
"Lola is such a beautiful girl and was a pleasure to dress," says Gemma. "She started off not wanting to glam it up or wear heels, but as we spent more time together she understood how her fashion could enhance her performance."
Fleur East made the brave choice of taking on Michael Jackson's 'Thriller', and she totally nailed the famous dance moves too! Fleur kicked off her song by sporting a stunning red chiffon and silk gown complete with a full, ruffled skirt, created especially for her by Suzanne Neville.
"Just as MJ looks like the perfect preppy teenager in the original video, I wanted Fleur to look a vision in exquisite couture," comments Gemma. Her bespoke dress was held together with Velcro, so it could be easily ripped off to reveal her second, much more gruesome ensemble!
After her transformation mid-song, Fleur emerged in a nude latex dress custom made by costume designer Jack Irving, which was painted with acrylics and decorated with red beading and Swarovski crystals. Her fitting for her flesh-inspired frock sounded pretty gruelling - Fleur was first wrapped in cling film and tape before being dripped with latex. Yikes!
We then saw Lauren Platt channelling her inner Katy Perry while belting out the singer's hit tune 'Dark Horse'. Lauren's outfit was pretty incredible with a textured gold crop top teamed with an a-mazing feather skirt, both custom made by The X Factor style team. She also donned a towering pair of lace-up boots from PrettyLittleThing.com (get the look with these boots, £40), along with statement gold cuffs on both arms, £12 each from River Island.
After being in the bottom two last week, Only The Young bounced back in style as they impressed the judges with their rendition of Bobby "Boris" Pickett's 'Monster Mash'. Brunette songstress Parisa Tarhomani rocked a red and black mesh top by Missguided.co.uk along with leather-look trousers, £32 from Topshop. Meanwhile, Betsy-Blue English went for bridal white in the 'Shaftesbury' dress designed by Suzanne Neville, teamed with a silver belt by Dolce & Gabbana and monochrome platform boots, £40 from PrettyLittleThing.com.
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