In case you missed the latest round of X Factor, you MISSED OUT. It was a pretty dramatic two hours as Grimmy whittled down his boys category to the final six in the most intense game of musical chairs ever.
Things didn't go well to begin with and viewers were wondering if Nick had actually failed to notice the all-important chairs lined up at the side of the stage - with the first four acts dismissed outright. Harsh.
Brodie Kelly (Union J star Jaymi Hensley's cousin) was the first to go with his version of 'A Thousand Years' failing to impress - being first to face the judges is never an easy task.
Next up was Tom Davies with 'Turn Up The Music', his performance was slammed by Simon Cowell as "the worst" he had seen during the six-chair challenge. Ouch, best to just back away quietly.
Jordan Luke Gage was blasted as "bland" and Danny Sharples also failed to make the grade, but then things started to get a bit more interesting and actual bums sat on seats.
So who went through?
Tom Bleasby bagged himself one of the six coveted chairs, then got booted off which caused so much uproar from the crowd that Nick was forced to reconsider and bring him back. Long story short, he got through to the judges houses and will experience the delights of Grimmy's hometown - Oldham in Manchester.
Simon Lynch gave a unique rendition of Jess Glynne's 'Hold My Hand' that saw him sail through to the next round. And another crowd favourite was hot on his heels, as mechanic Josh Daniel wowed the crowd with his performance of Emelie Sande's 'Clown'.
Seann Miley Moore received a standing ovation with 'I Who Have Nothing' and Che Chesterman received serious praise from the judges with his rendition of 'It's A Man's World'.
Naturally there was plenty of drama, mainly concerning Mason Noise who caused a right kerfuffle when he had a go at Si about his lack of airtime. Unsurprisingly his diva antics didn't go down at all well and Mason got booted off - although it turned out Nick was actually planning on giving him a seat.
Viewers also saw Ollie Marland narrowly miss out on living the X Factor dream, as well as a nervous Nathanael Landskroner, who originally got a seat, but later lost it. As did Jamie Eldridge and Papasidero, who hands down won the (non-existent) costume prize in a fierce fiery number.
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