Girl Thing singer Linzi didn't make it through to the next round after failing to impress the judges with her vocals, but she refuses to give up, and last night admitted that she would love to join another group.
Linzi tweeted in the early hours of this morning: "Love your support, thank you!!! I sang so bad but as Arnie said, 'I'll be back'."
Linzi, along with Anika Bostelaar, Michelle Barber, Jodi Albert and Nikki Harrington, rose to fame in 1999 as pop group Girl Thing after being formed by Simon Cowell.
The girls were tipped to be the next Spice Girls, but sadly their career never reached those heights of success, leading to their eventual split in 2001.
On Sunday night's show (31 August) of The X Factor, Linzi performed in front of judges Simon, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Mel B and Louis Walsh. But the singer was left in tears after Simon said that her voice "isn't good enough".
Over on social media, fans were shocked to see the mother-of-two turn up at auditions, having previously seen her reunite with her bandmates on series two of The Big Reunion earlier this year.
Linzi added this morning: "I fear some people like to see me fail bad but I'm a normal girl with normal downfalls and nerves took over, what can I say."
Messaging a Louis Walsh account on Twitter, Linzi said: "How about a wildcard into a group!!!! I know I could florish in a group! Come on... Thank you for support mwah."
She also tweeted the official X Factor account: "Put me in a group!"
Linzi described the process as "daunting" to her fans, but said: "I want to carry on so much and I will."
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Watch Linzi's audition below: