X Factor UK S12E11 – 6 Chair Challenge

It’s time for the boys and some groups!

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X Factor 2015 SPOILERS! Boys and groups six chair challenge songs
Tonight’s X Factor contestants and song choices

Here’s all the song choices from tonight’s X Factor 2015 six chair challenge – SPOILERS!

Last Sunday it was the turn of Rita Ora and her Girls while tonight sees Nick Grimshaw and the Boys as well as Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and the Groups.

As with last week, each contestant will take to the stage singing for one of six seats, each representing a place in judges’ houses.

All of the judges will comment and the rowdy live audience will have their say but only their mentor will decide if an gets a seat.

But getting the seat is only the first part as they can be swapped out and acts may even be invited back if a mentor so pleases.

Only once every one has performed are the six spots finalised.

See who gets a chair – and keeps it – tonight when The X Factor airs from 7PM on ITV.
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X Factor 2015: Nick Grimshaw’s Boys six chair challenge ends in a RIOT
Nick Grimshaw’s six chair challenge with the Boys causes chaos on tonight’s X Factor.

It’s after a couple of controversial swaps at the end of filming leave the live audience in uproar.

But the need for having to swap acts is perhaps good news for Nick who’s six chair challenge starts with a string of poor performances.

Those who sing for the newbie judge include Tom Davies – aka the male Cheryl Cole – who tells cameras: “I’m bringing something a bit bigger. I’ve got to give Nick everything I have.”

With Nick reluctant to give his seats away, Simon Cowell declares: “It can’t get any worse”.
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PICTURES! X Factor’s six chair challenge see the BOYS and GROUPS performances
Here are all of the pictures from tonight’s X Factor 2015 as the six chair challenge continues.

Last week we saw the Girls take on the task with Rita Ora heading up the uber talented category and this evening it’s the turn of the Boys and the start of the Groups.

The Boys are up first tonight with 15 lads completing for just the six seats and Nick Grimshaw is the one in charge.
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X Factor 2015: Simon Cowell brands Mason Noise an “a**ehole” in on stage row
Simon Cowell clashes with Mason Noise on The X Factor 2015 tonight branding the singer an “a**ehole”.

It’s despite Mason impressing the judges with his performance.

“What I did in the first performance, a lot of people have never seen that before,” Mason tells cameras of his audition. “I’ve proved myself and I’m going to do it again and bring something they’ve never seen before… it’s going to blow people’s minds.

“Six chair challenge? Couldn’t be more ready for it. Bring it.”

On stage and Mason is joined by another guy – his “hype man”.

A mash up of Earned It, The Fix and Sexy Back leaves the crowd on their feet but after the performance, Mason declares: “I got something to say, I invite you all to film this on your phones, they ain’t gong to throw 5,000 out.

“The first audition I watched on Saturday people had 10 minute slots and I went to 47 seconds.”
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Boy power! X Factor’s Che Chesterton gets a standing ovation from ALL FOUR judges…as the show’s male soloists battle it out in brutal six-chair challenge
Last week saw the female contestants battle through the Six-Chair Challenge.

But, this weekend, the male soloists will compete for a place in the live finals as X Factor edges further closer to identifying its latest winner.

And it was Che Chesterton who won the hearts of viewers after earning himself a standing ovation, as viewers will soon see on Sunday’s episode.
Read more: Daily Mail

Nick Grimshaw picks the TOP 6 boys tonight and then Cheryl starts picking her TOP 6 groups. The rest of the groups and the overs will be shown next week.

Brodie Kelly – A Thousand Years (Christina Perri)
The guy is extremely nervous. Rita didn’t believe it, Simon says he would take a chance on him. Nick decides not to give him a seat.

Tom Davies – Turn Up The Music (Chris Brown)
He brings dancers. Simon says this was the worst performance so far. Nick says it wasn’t good enough.

Jordan Luke Gage – No More I Love You’s (Annie Lennox)
Comments: Boring, bland. Nick decides not to give him a seat.

Danny Sharples – Ain’t Nobody (Chaka Khan)
He isn’t pronouncing the words. Cheryl notices it. Nick shows no mercy. No chair. Things can’t get any worse.

Tom Bleasby – I Look To You (Whitney Houston)
Boring. His voice is very high, the judges think it’s interesting … More like, annoying. But Nick gives him a seat.

Jamie Eldridge – You Get What You Give (New Radicals)
Cheryl loves the song choice, Simon liked him too. Jamie gets a seat.

Papasidero – Lady Marmelade (Christina Aguilera and co.)
He is wearing something crazy again. Cheryl likes his uniqueness. Nick gives him a seat.

Simon Lynch – Hold My Hand (Jess Glynne)
Oh, he rearranged the song. He is getting a seat, there is no doubt in my mind. Rita likes him and would give him a seat. Cheryl, too. Simon also thinks he should get a seat. Nick gives him a seat. The first decent contestant.

Nathanael Landskroner – I Have Nothing (Whitney Houston)
So, the guy thinks this is the right song to take a risk on. Eeek, his voice isn’t big enough for this. Cheryl comments: “He is terrified.” This version of the song just isn’t working. Poor Nick Grimshaw. Rita says it was hard for her to watch. Cheryl says the song was way too ambitious for him. Cheryl says he is not ready. Nick decides to give him a seat.

Seann Miley Moore – I Who Have Nothing (Shirley Bassey)
He is wearing another one of his crazy outfits. Dramatic delivery. Cheryl says he brought it in 7 inc platforms and calls him slam dunk. Simon says stars come in all shapes and sized. Nick says he wants him in the live shows. Seann gets to take the 6th chair.

Mason Noise – Earned It/The Fix/Sexy Back (The Weekend, Blackstreet, Justin Timberlake)
After the first song another guy appears … the hype man. Anyway, this guy is all about show. Before the judges start commenting, Mason starts talking. He is pissed because they showed only 47 seconds of his audition while the others got 10 minute long slots. Simon says he is 5 seconds away before he gets thrown off the stage. Mason doesn’t want to shut up. Seann looks appalled in his seat… Simon asks Mason to apologize to producers who edited his audition down to 47 seconds. Mason drops the mike in the middle of the stage and leaves. Kanye West moment … Nick says he would have a chair. It’s too bad … There is no substance to Mason, but at least he not a dreary ballader.

Josh Daniel – Clown (Emeli Sande)
Boring song choice. Good performance. Still bad song choice. He is getting a seat without a doubt. Cheryl thinks so, too. Simon says it wasn’t as good as his first audition. Nick gives him a seat and sends Papasidero home.

Ben Clark – All I Want (Kodaline)
He is the type that the viewers want to support. White male, rock-lite voice, modest. No star quality, though. He is definitely getting a seat, Nick is already looking towards the chairs. Good comments from the judges. Nick gives him a seat, Tom Bleasby is going home. Crowd chants: “Bring him back!” Nick decides to bring Tom Bleasby back. Instead, Nathanael is going home.

Ollie Marland – Marvin Gaye (Charlie Puth)
He sounds okay, but nothing special. He is a pretty boy, though. Nick thinks he is not unique enough. Nick decides to give him a seat. Tom Davies is going home.

Che Chesterman – It’s a Man’s World (James Brown)
Good performance. His voice isn’t particularly recognizable, but he can sing. Nick says he needs to give him a chair. Ollie Marland is going home.

TOP 6 Boys:
Ben Clark
Che Chesterman
Josh Daniel
Tom Bleasby
Simon Lynch
Seann Miley Moore

Time for the groups.

Menn on Point – Cheerleader (OMI)
They are entertainers, but they can’t really sing. Not that it matters. The judges love them, but Simon points out that the singing wasn’t great. Cheryl gives them a chair.

Decibellas – Skyscraper (Demi Lovato)
Simon thinks they have no chance. Cheryl says they don’t cut it.

Alien – Hey Mama (David Guetta/Nicki Minaj)
They are a bit rough … but they are definitely getting a seat. Simon says they have potential to sell records. Cheryl sends them over to the chairs.

Rumour Has It – Hold Back The River (James Bay)
They start too low. They sound pleasant, but too sleepy. Nick says it was a great vocal, but he found it boring. Simon says they did well and would give them a chair. Cheryl gives them a seat.

4th Power – Show Me How You Burlesque (Christina Aguilera)
They bring big vocals and robotic moves. They are good, but I’m already tired of them. Rita says it was perfection. Simon wants them in his category. He thinks they need some help in terms of music they are singing. Cheryl thinks they are phenomenal. She gives them a seat.

Mon Amie – Baby One More Time (Britney Spears)
The crowd chants: “Seat!”. Cheryl thinks they come across old-fashioned. She gives them the 5th chair.

The First Kings – Somebody (Natalie La Rose feat. Jeremih)
They also bring dancers. This performance is a bit of a mess. But Nick thinks they are great. Simon thinks they are corny. Cheryl thinks they smashed it and they get the 6th seat.

The groups continue next Sunday.

‘You’re an a***-hole’: Simon Cowell banishes wannabe rapper Mason Noise from X Factor following ‘Kanye West-effect’ show-down
He is supposed to be recruiting new pop stars.

But Simon Cowell did the opposite on Sunay night’s episode of the X Factor – when he banished wannabe rapper Mason Noise from the ITV contest.

The shock twist came the chart hopeful indulged in an ego tantrum, which Rita Ora called ‘the Kanye West effect’.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘I’m going to have a nervous breakdown’: Nick Grimshaw makes awkward u-turn as audience PROTEST his Six-Chair Challenge choices on X Factor
He’s had a tricky start to this year’s X Factor.

But things went from bad to worse for Nick Grimshaw on Sunday’s episode of the ITV talent show – when he was forced to make an embarrassing u-turn on his choice of acts.

The much-maligned judge, 31, was overpowered by the audience into an awkward climb-down after sending home one of the show’s best hopefuls.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘Wanna join my category?’: Simon Cowell tries to poach 4th Power from Cheryl Fernandez-Versini as they wow X Factor crowd in Six-Chair Challenge
He is known for being competitive.

But Simon Cowell took that a step further when he playfully tried to poach 4th Wave from Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s group category on Sunday’s X Factor.

The music mogul virtually head-hunted the Filipino girl group, who were the stand-out act on Sunday night’s episode of the ITV talent show with their version of Show Me How You Burlesque.
Read more: Daily Mail

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