X Factor UK S12E10 – 6 Chair Challenge

Rita Ora picks the TOP 6 girls.

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X Factor 2015 six chair challenge spoilers: Tonight’s girls and song choices
Who’s on The X Factor tonight? SPOILERS!

Here’s all the song choices from tonight’s X Factor 2015 six chair challenge as the girls kick things off.

Sixteen remain in the competition and they’ve just the one song between them and a spot at judges’ houses, potentially leading to the live shows.

In tonight’s show Rita Ora is unveiled as mentor of the Girls category before the ladies hit the stage one by one.

There’s plenty of drama, LOTS of tears and some HUGE performances as Rita makes some VERY tough decision to whittle down the super strong to just the six for judges’ houses.
Read more: TellyMix

X Factor 2015: Spoiler-filled preview of the girls’ six chair challenge
The X Factor’s six chair challenge begins on ITV at 7PM tonight with the girls and it’s bloody good.

There are sixteen talented ladies left in the competition although not all of them make it to screen tonight unfortunately.

But given how ridiculously strong the Girls category is it’s not too surprising.

Rita reacts to being told she’s mentoring the girls with cheers and screams however it doesn’t take long before things get tough for the newbie coach.
Read more: TellyMix

PICTURES! X Factor six chair challenge begins with the girls
First look at X Factor’s six seat challenge

The X Factor 2015 six chair challenge kicks off tonight with singing, drama and LOTS of tears.

The GIRLS are up first with their mentor Rita Ora as she tries to get the hugely talented category down to just six contestants.

The girls who made it through to the six chair challenge this year are Monica Michael, Lauren Murray, Lucy Duffield, Katie Coleman, Louisa Johnson, Chloe Paige and Havva Rebeke.

Others are Caitlyn Vanbeck, Charli Beard, Chloe Baker, Jasmine Leigh Morris, Karen Mav, Keira Weathers, Sharon Rose and Sophie Plumb.
Read more: TellyMix

X Factor 2015: Simon Cowell left FUMING after getting the Overs
Simon Cowell causes controversy on The X Factor 2015 tonight after he’s handed the Overs category.

This year the judges – Simon, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw – have again been given their categories before the six chair challenge kicked off.

However in an X Factor first it was the public who decided which category the judges should get.

During the firs episode of the series last month, us viewers were able to vote for which category we wanted to see the judges mentor this year using various hashtags such as #SimonGirls or #CherylGroups on Twitter.
Read more: TellyMix

‘I’m having a mini panic attack’: Rita Ora breaks down while struggling to choose between contestants during X Factor’s Six Chair Challenge
Rita Ora is seen suffering from a serious bout of anxiety in Sunday night’s X Factor.

The TV star singer, 24, is the first to be faced with infamous Six Chair Challenge – in which she must whittle down her Girls from 16 to six – alongside her fellow judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Nick Grimshaw.

But it went awry, as Rita visibly struggled with making a choice between two contestants, while the audience reacted strongly.
Read more: Daily Mail


TOP 16 Girls

The most brutal part of the X Factor is here: 6 chair challenge. The judges will be assigned their categories by the viewers and then each will have to pick their TOP 6 from 14-17 acts that are still remaining in each of the 4 categories.

Rita Ora will be picking her TOP 6 girls tonight.

The 6 chairs rise from the floor. All judges want the girls. Cheryl also wants a challenge – the groups. Simon wants the girls, the groups, the boys and then the overs.

Rita Ora gets THE GIRLS! She is thrilled!
Simon Cowell gets THE OVERS! He is pissed!
Nick Grimshaw gets THE BOYS! He is also happy. Simon isn’t.
So Cheryl finally gets THE GROUPS!

The girls are opening the 6 chair challenge. Rita is sure this year’s winner is in her category.

Katie Coleman – The Voice Within (Christna Aguilera)
She is super nervous and it shows in her voice. Simon thinks she is capable of better. Cheryl also noticed the nerves. Simon says he would hive her a chair … at home. Rita says the vocal wasn’t good enough. The crowd is chanting: “Seat!”, but Katie is going home.

Karen Mav – I’d Rather Go Blind (Etta James)
Strong vocal. The judges are smiling. Nick says she was phenomenal, Cheryl liked it, too. Rita gives her the first seat.

Chloe Baker – You’ve Got The Love (Florence + The Machine)
I don’t like this vocal on this song. She gets the second seat.

Monica Michael – What Is Love (Empire)
She sang Olly Murs’ “Troublemaker” last year and went home. This time she is singing something more ballad-y. It works much better, but I still don’t find this performance that great. Nick thinks this was exactly what she needed to do. Cheryl asks why she didn’t do that last year. Simon didn’t think it was great … he thought it was fantastic. Rita gives her a seat.

Sharon Rose – Let It Go (James Bay)
This is the first time we see her. She is from Essex and 26 years old. Good version. Cheryl loved it, Nick too. Simon says he didn’t remember her from before and doesn’t think she can win. But Rita gives her a seat.

Chloe Paige – Amazing Grace
She is singing acapella. This isn’t too great. Her voice isn’t big enough for this song and she is using various tricks to get through the song. The judges all loved it, but Rita isn’t sure the girl is memorable. In the end, Rita gives her a seat.

Charli Beard – Love You I Do (Jennifer Hudson)
She had some good moments, but some weren’t that great.
Cheryl thinks she smashed that vocal and Nick would give her a chair. Simon agrees. Rita has one chair left and she gives it to Charli.

Louisa Johnson – And I Am Telling You (Jennifer Holliday)
Louisa is going for it, there is really no way she is not getting a seat. Standing ovation from the judges and the audience. Simon says she is 17 and this doesn’t happen… Louisa is getting a chair. Chloe Baker is going home.

Havva Rebke – No Diggity (Blackstreet)
She is urban hip-hop pop star material. Vocally she isn’t that great, but she is adorable. Nick and Cheryl love her and Simon thinks she would be a good recording artist. Nick telly Rita to swap her. Rita gives her a seat. Charli Beard is going home. The audience wants Charli back. But Nick thinks Rita made the right decision.

Kiera Weathers – I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston)
She is singing this for her mum. She singing it straight, but she is pretty much nailing it. Good comments from the judges. She is definitely getting a seat. Rita is clueless who to send home. Tough category. Rita swears … Karen Mav is going home. The audience wants her back.

Kelly Mai Webb – Because the Night (Patti Smith)
This sounded very karaoke. I think the song wasn’t demanding enough. It’s a NO from Rita.

Lucy Duffield – Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin)
Another big vocal. Nick thinks this is her best performance so far. Simon said he wrote her off earlier, but thinks she deserves a chair. Rita says she has a great voice, but thinks she is not enough versatile as a singer. Rita says she doesn’t know how to helps her as a mentor and a judge. Rita decides to give Lucy a seat. Sharon Rose is going home.

Sophie Plumb – Turning Tables (Adele)
It’s a very karaoke performance. I’m really not feeling it. The song itself vocally isn’t demanding to make me go WOW despite the karaoke performance. Simon says it wasn’t the perfect vocal… It’s a NO from Rita.

Lauren Murray – Say You Love Me (Jessie Ware)
She is so nervous that she appears to be in a daze. Great song choice and Lauren is doing a good job. Well, she pretty much nailed it. Simon thinks it wasn’t that great. But he would give her a chair. Lauren is getting a seat. Lucy Duffield is going home.

1. Kiera Weathers
2. Louisa Johnson
3. Monica Michael
4. Lauren Murray
5. Chloe Paige
6. Havva Rebke

‘Are you f****** kidding me?’ Simon Cowell is jeered by live X Factor audience as he bemoans having to mentor the over-25s
He is playfully known as Mr Nasty.

But Simon Cowell’s reputation hit a momentary new low for viewers of Saturday’s X Factor, which saw the judges assigned their contestant groups.

The 55 year-old music mogul was jeered by the crowd at London’s Wembley Arena after failing to disguise his disdain for getting the over-25s.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘I’d give you a seat… at home’: Katie Coleman is brutally axed from X Factor as she leads the girls’ rejects in ‘mean’ Six-Chair Challenge
She was the first to perform as part of X Factor’s Six-Chair Challenge.

But Darlington’s Katie Coleman was also the first hopeful to be booted from the ITV talent show as it whittled down its female soloists.

The blonde led a host of losers, which included Karen Mav, Chloe Baker, Sharon Rose, Charli Beard, Chloe Mai Webb, Sophie Plumb and Lucy Duffield.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘I get what you’re going through’: Simon Cowell is moved by X Factor contestant’s tribute to her late mum as he continues to mourn the death of his beloved mother Julie
Simon Cowell touched upon the subject of his beloved late mother on Sunday night’s episode of X Factor.

The 55-year-old television mogul was clearly moved when contestant Kiera Weathers dedicated her performance of Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You to her late mother.

She told the audience: ‘My mum used to sing this song to me all the time.
Read more: Daily Mail

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