X Factor UK S12E14 – Judges’ Houses

Who is advancing to the live shows?

The X Factor airs tonight at 7:30pm GMT (8:30pm CET, 3:30pm EDT, 12:30pm PDT) on ITV 1 (90min). The Xtra Factor starts at 8:55pm GMT on ITV 2 (65min).

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Check out Friday’s X Factor UK Headlines and more details here.

Tonight Nick Grimshaw announces the TOP 3 boys and Rita Ora picks the TOP 3 girls.

Only the boys and the girls remain seated on stage tonight. Cheryl brings her final three groups on stage and then Simon arrives with the final three overs. They will be watching tonight’s show from the sidelines.

Olly introduces the final 6 boys. Nick Grimshaw enters through the tunnel once again. He is looking for superstars that could be played on the radio.

Caroline introduces the final 6 girls and Rita Ora.

First, it’s time for Nick to pick his final three. We are starting with a recap of the performances that were aired last night.

Nick has made his decision. The boys won’t get a chance to plead tonight.

Nick’s picks: Mason Noise, Che Chesterman, Seann Miley Moore

Gah, another break before they final boy is revealed!

Seann Miley Moore is the final boy! Thank You Lord! I’m a bit sad for Ben, but I guess he would be too boring and too threatening for the win.

Time for the girls!

Rita Ora took the girls to LA. Meghan Trainor served as a guest judge. They filmed at a nice modern villa.

Havva Rebke – Hold On We’re Going Home (Drake)
Acoustic in the beginning before the beat kicks in. I think this won’t be enough for the live shows. But that’s just me. Havva just isn’t that good vocally. Meghan thinks she’s got the style and sass.

Monica Michael – original song
Nice tactic. I personally think Monica has a likability problem. The song is about Monica’s brother that drowned last year 6 days after the 6 chair challenge. Meghan said that she didn’t like Monica singing covers, but that original was great. The problem is, contestants mostly sing covers for votes during the live shows.

Chloe Paige – A Little Respect (Erasure)
Nice cover, but I find it a bit nervous. Rita doesn’t know what will make Chloe stand out.

Kiera Weathers – Show Me Love (Robin S)
Nice cover. Rita thinks the song wasn’t really the right one to make a big impression.

Louisa Johnson – Respect (Aretha Franklin)
Starts slowed down and acoustic. Then it goes more upbeat. This one is a no brainer for the live shows. Potential winner. Simon has eyes on her. Rita reached for Meghan’s hand. “Something happened y’all.” says Meghan.

Lauren Murray – Take Me Home (Jess Glynne)
This is Jess Glynne’s next UK single. Barely released. Meghan loved the performance. Rita is worried about her stage presence.

Rita’s picks: Louisa Johnson, Lauren Murray, Kiera Weathers

Rita Ora nailed it. (I also nailed it.) Looking at all the 6 girls overall, those three were the obvious picks. I feel sorry for Monica Michael. She is talented, but she lacks something in the likability department and looks a bit too mature for the girls category. She is like Jade Richards from a few years ago. Talented, but not right for X Factor.

X Factor 2015: Mason Noise, Seann Miley Moore, Che Chesterman, Louise Johnson, Keira Weathers and Lauren Murray are through to live shows
The final six contestants progressing through to X Factor live shows were announced live on Sunday’s episode.

Judge Nick Grimshaw revealed Mason Noise, Che Chesterman and Seann Miley Moore would be his final three Boys progressed to the live shows.

Fellow judging newbie Rita Ora announced Louisa Johnson, Lauren Murray and Keira Weathers as her Girls.
Read more: Daily Mail

Mason Noise is booed by the audience after being chosen for X Factor live shows… as he apologises to Cheryl Fernandez-Versini
The live shows haven’t even started and finalist Mason Noise has already created quite a lot of controversy with his behaviour.

And it looked like judge Nick Grimshaw’s decision to put the 22-year-old forward as one of his final three Boys isn’t a popular decision.

Announcing Mason as his first finalist during Sunday’s live Judges’ Houses result, the audience booed Nick’s choice.
Read more: Daily Mail

Rita Ora stands out in bizarre floral mini and matching boots on X Factor… as she overshadows Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s red jumpsuit
She’s always been known for her flamboyant taste in clothes.

However, Rita Ora managed to excel herself when it came to making a statement with her latest ensemble.

Appearing on Sunday’s live episode of The X Factor Judges’ Houses, the singer ended up overshadowing fellow judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s quirky outfit.
Read more: Daily Mail

Beaming Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is in high spirits after X Factor’s first live week… as fellow judge Rita Ora ditches garish stage outfit for slouchy tracksuit
After whittling down their X Factor finalists in the first nail-biting live show with a special edition of the Judges’ Houses, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Rita Ora were seemingly in high spirits.

The two stars were seen leaving London’s Fountain studios on Sunday evening, smiling as they passed by after an eventful show.

The former Girls Aloud singer, 32, was hard to miss as she drew attention to her slim frame in a tight black and red jumpsuit, while new judge Rita was keen to ditch the glamour for some comfort.
Read more: Daily Mail

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