X Factor UK Season 10: Episode 10 – Bootcamp

The Six Seats Of Fate!

Keep your eyes on the spoilers.

Please post working live feeds as you find them in the comments. Some feeds are posted on TVPC (United Kingdom/ITV1).

ITV streams the show HERE, but you have to pretend you are in the UK. Use free UK VPN service. Make a VPN connection, use the server, username and password given on the site. Password changes every day, so bookmark the link for future use.

If the ITV Player asks you for your postcode, find some valid ones (UK) on the internet. EXAMPLE.

Tonight, brand new bootcamp continues! Check out yesterday’s post HERE. The show starts early tonight – 7:30pm GMT (2:30pm ET)

TOP 6 Girls
Tamera Foster
Relley Clarke
Jade Richards
Hannah Barrett
Abi Alton
Melanie McCabe

Overs sitting on the chairs at the beginning of the show:
Sam Bailey
Sabrina Rumikie
Joseph Whelan

Sam Bailey – “Clown” by Emeli Sande
Sabrina Rumikie
Joseph Whelan – “Iris” by The Goo Goo Dolls

Shelley Lewis (Smith) – “Respect” – by Aretha Franklin
Acoustic arrangement. Vocally a good performance. Judges like her. Sharon gives her a seat.

Katie Markham – “Clown” by Emeli Sande
Gets a seat.

Andrea Magee – “River Deep Mountain High” by Tina Turner
Plays a drum? Seat.

Lorna Simpson – “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston
Good vocal performance, but not really original. Lorna gets a seat. Sabrina Rumikie is out.

Zoe Devlin – “You Are So Beautiful” by Joe Cocker
Jazzy style. Sharon gives her a seat.
Sharon asks the other judges who to send home. Gary says Joseph, Louis says Katie. Sharon sends home Katie Markham.

Time for the groups.
Gary and Nicole put together a new girlband.

SeeSee, Jeanette Akua and Rielle Carrington

Brick City – “Like a Prayer” by Madonna
Sounds like a mess, but they get good comments and a seat.

Rough Copy – “Stop Crying Your Heart Out” by Oasis
one of them still has a visa problem for USA again. They had to drop out right before the judges’ houses last season. They are a trio, but only two will perform now, so in case Gary holds his judges’ houses round in the US, only those two will go. Boys sound good. Gary gives them a seat. We already know that the groups will travel to New York for the judges’ houses.

Kingsland – “For Once In My Life” by Stevie Wonder
They sing and dance behind mic stands. They are charming, but need more practice. Gary gives them a seat.

XYRA – “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson
They are good. Seat.

Tenors of Rock – “Who Wants to Live Forever” by Queen
They sound terrible. Gary questions their relevance. And then gives them a seat.

Code 4 – “Wake Me Up” by Avicii
Gary gives them a seat. That’s seat #6.

SeeSee, Jeanette Akua and Rielle Carrington – “We Found Love” by Rihanna
They’ve been a group for less than a day. My god, this is painful. Gary gives them a seat. Tenors of Rock are out. Good call.

Next of Kin – “Rule The World” – Take That
UK version of Hanson, remember?
One of them plays acoustic guitar. Sharon thinks it was a dated performance. Gary doesn’t want to replace anyone in his final six. Next of Kin are going home.


Sam Callahan – “Iris” by Goo Goo Dolls
Guy has charisma. Plays guitar. Dangerous. This guy was reportedly groomed for super stardom by Simon Fuller. You know, Idol creator. He knows something about WGWGs. Gary critiques his vocals, but likes him. Louis is unsure, but then gives him a seat.

Paul Akister – “I’d Rather Go Blind” by Etta James
Great vocals. Sharon loves his vocal tone. Louis gives him a seat.

Barclay Beales – “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
Starts the song a little breathy and then starts yodeling. My God. Sharon is speechless. Louis sends him home.

Alejandro Fernandez – “Little Things” by One Direction
Sharon liked the song choice. Louis liked the perfomance, too. Seat.

5 boys, 3 seats left.

Ryan Mathie – “Wake Me Up” by Avicii
Louis gives him a seat.

Luke Friend –
Louis gives him a seat.

Giles Potter – “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz
Boy really prepared himself for this, but I still think he needs more seasoning. Louis agrees with me, but gives the boy a seat anyway.

Tom Mann – “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper
WGWG. Acoustic cover. Interesting, if you like acoustic covers. Recognizable voice. Louis isn’t sure Tom is better than the 6 boys on the stools. Tom is going home.

Nicholas McDonald – “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz
He is 16, just like Giles and he is singing the same song as him. I think Nicolas is more ready than Giles. The audience loves him. The boys sitting on the 6 chairs are nervous and crying. Louis says this was his favorite audition. Nicholas is getting a seat. Alejandro Fernandez is going home.

And NEXT WEEK … my personal favorite week of the X Factor season: “Singing by the Pool” WEEK.

Judges’ houses! Drama and tears galore! TOP 24 will become TOP 12!

TOP 6 Girls

  • Tamera Foster
  • Relley Clarke
  • Jade Richards
  • Hannah Barrett
  • Abi Alton
  • Melanie McCabe

TOP 6 Boys

  • Sam Callahan
  • Paul Akister
  • Ryan Mathie
  • Luke Friend
  • Giles Potter
  • Nicholas McDonald

TOP 6 Over 25s

  • Sam Bailey
  • Joseph Whelan
  • Shelley Lewis/Smith
  • Andrea Magee
  • Lorna Simpson
  • Zoe Devlin

TOP 6 Groups

  • Brick City
  • Rough Copy
  • Kingsland
  • Xyra
  • Code 4
  • SeeSee, Jeanette Akua and Rielle Carrington

Nicole Scherzinger & The Girls – Antigua
Louis Walsh & The Boys – Saint Tropez
Sharon Osbourne & The Over 25s – Los Angeles
Gary Barlow & The Groups – New York City

Souli Roots return confirmed!

WILDCARDS confirmed!

Three become two: Rough Copy sail through to judges houses at X Factor boot camp without founding member Kazeem Ajobe as visa issues force him out of the band
They were expected to shine during The X Factor boot camp on Sunday evening, and returning group Rough Copy did just that – albeit without founding member Kazeem Ajobe.

The trio impressed during live auditions when they teased judges Nicole Scherzinger, Gary Barlow, Sharon Osbourne and Louis Walsh with a smooth rendition of One Direction hit Little Things.

Having sailed through to boot camp much was expected of the lads twelve months after they reached judges houses, only to pull out when Kazeem learned that visa issues meant he would not be able to travel outside the United Kingdom.
Read more: Daily Mail

They’ve got the X Factor! Gary Barlow’s new girl group make it through to judges houses… after being given just two hours to rehearse
X Factor boot camp saw the unveiling of a new, unnamed girl group on Saturday night as Gary Barlow selected his final six.

The Take That star will be mentoring the groups this year, and he made his first significant move in forming the new group, comprised of Jeanette, 21, Rielle, 16, and 22-year-old SeSe – originally a member of girl-group Dynamix.

Having formed the group after seeing a spark develop while they performed during rehearsals at Wembley there were high hopes riding on their performance.
Read more: Daily Mail

X Factor viewers slam show’s ‘cruel’ new twist as hopefuls are swapped for better singers… after judges initially put them through
Fans have slammed X Factor’s cruel new twist after the show’s contestants had their dream snatched away from them at last minute.

Viewers were ‘outraged’ with the new format which saw the judges forced to whittle down 100 contestants in all their categories to just 24.

This year, for the first time in the show’s history, the singers had to battle it out on stage in a ‘musical chairs’ style section which saw performers face the threat of being ousted by a better singer or group.
Read more: Daily Mail

‘I’ve got so much left to give!’: The X Factor boot camp twist comes into play as Zoe Devlin replace Katie Markham in Sharon’s final six
The final round of boot camp selection presented further drama for judges Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger on Sunday evening.

But with an added twist that allowed each judge to reshuffle their final six, it was promising singer Katie Markham who paid the ultimate price after losing her seat to Zoe Devlin after an indecisive Sharon controversially based her decision on the opinions of her judging panel.

With Sabrina Ramikie and Joseph Whelan already occupying two seats, the night began promisingly courtesy of Shelley Smith, who impressed the judges with a rendition of karaoke staple Respect – originally sung by Aretha Franklin.
Read more: Daily Mail

About Mateja Praznik 1060 Articles
I recently graduated from the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In my free time I like to read books, watch TV and listen to music. I'm also a huge cat lover. I cover X Factor UK for MJsBigBlog.com.