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The Wanted, Bieber & Scherzinger Perform On XF

The three pop heavyweights took to The X Factor stage last night...

If last night's The X Factor wasn't eventful enough, the likes of The Wanted, Justin Bieber and former-guest judge, Nicole Scherzinger, took to the stage to perform for the judges, the studio audience, and viewers watching at home.

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First up to perform was boyband of the moment, The Wanted, who crashed the stage with their very own dodgems, transforming the XF into a fairground, as the lads premiered their latest single, Lose My Mind.

Once Siva, Max, Jay, Tom and Nathan had left the stage, there was another treat in store for the ladies, in the shape of 16-year old teen sensation, Justin Bieber.

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The One Time hitmaker, who performed a medley of hits Baby and Somebody To Love, put on an impressive dancing display but has received a backlash on Twitter today for miming on the show.

However, JB did find time to flirt with the XF's finest, Cheryl Cole, as Justin tried his luck with the Girls Aloud star, telling her to call him.

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Justin even offered Simon Cowell's act, One Direction, dance lessons, with member Zayn Malik telling the Xtra Factor: "I was backstage with Bieber and he said that he was going to give me some dance lessons."

Last to take to The X Factor stage was Pussycat Dolls' leading lady, Nicole Scherzinger, who performed her new single, Poison, live for the first time.

SEE PICS OF SEXY NICOLE SCHERZINGER HERE!

Watched by her boyfriend, Lewis Hamilton, the sexy singer and former panelist stole the show, wearing a racy red catsuit and PVC trench coat, as well as sporting a new feline-inspired hair cut.

After Scherzinger had finished her performance, contestants Katie Waissel and Wagner Carrilho were given the boot, falling short of next week's semi-final live show.