From a loaded doll to an actual Finnish princess, this year’s batch of a aspiring pop wannabes are a extremely eclectic bunch all with their eyes on the £1million recording dole out, previously awarded to global superstars Leona Lewis and Little Mix.
After coming face-to-face with the measures for the first time in various stadiums across the country, the successful caroling sensations will next find themselves in Alexandra lace in another frantic bid to make it through to the dreaded Six Chair Challenge.
So, ahead of the fourth weekend of the series, here’s caboodle you could possibly need to know about Boot Camp.
When does Boot Camp start and when is it on?
After six instalments of the ITV series, this Saturday round-the-clock will see the final room auditions at 8pm on ITV before the imminent Boot Theatrical stage. However, on Sunday night fans will be treated to an full episode dedicated to the nail-biting process, beginning at the earlier time of 7.30pm.
What chances at Boot Camp?
Zayn Malik famously stormed off the stage when he was begged to flaunt his fancy footwork, but despite One Direction’s lack of dance training — which at last did them absolutely no harm whatsoever — bosses will be putting this year’s adversaries through their ces once again with the infully needless choreography challenge.
Once they’ve shown off their best race man, the hopefuls will face a new challenge: The Wall of Songs. They intent each dash to a web of singles selected by producers, with the contestants being strained to team up with the other singers who selected the same track.
Who’s energetic it through to Boot Camp?
Caitlyn Vanbeck Emily Middlemas
Kayleigh Marie Morgan
Gifty Louise Agyeman
Faye Informed entertained
Bradley Hunt and Ottavio Columbro
Tom and Laura
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The X Factor continues this Saturday at 8pm and again at 7.30pm on Sunday on ITV.