The X Factor 2014: Who Made It Through To Judges' Houses
After a dramatic weekend of sing-offs in the Six Chair Challenges, the final 24 have been chosen...
This weekend's triple-bill of the X Factor revealed which acts have made it through to the Judges' Houses.
Twenty-four hopefuls have made it through to the final round before the live shows - with six acts in the Girls, Boys, Groups and Over-25s categories.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's girls category is made up of Lola Saunders, Lauren Platt, Kerrianne Covell, Chloe Jasmine, Emily Middlemas and Stephanie Nala.
The ladies will fly out to Nice to join Chezza at her pad, who will choose her final three with the help of Tinie Tempah.
Mel B has the boys category, including Andrea Faustini, Jake Quickenden, Jordan Morris, Paul Akister, Danny Dearden and Jack Walton.
The six guys will travel to the Spice Girl's house in Cancun to battle it out - with Emma Bunton on hand to help make the final selection.
Meanwhile, Louis Walsh will fly his groups to Bermuda, as former full-time judge Tulisa Contostavlos returns to help him whittle down his hopefuls to three groups for the live shows.
Louis will choose between his three out of Only The Young, Blonde Electric, Concept, The Brooks, the new boy band and new girl group.
The judge decided on his final six groups through a controversial sing-off - bringing back the new girl group he had initially axed to pit against Overload and Pow Wow Girls for a place in the Six Chair Challenge.
Simon Cowell will pick from the Over 25s category with the help of Sinitta in LA.
Helen Fulthorpe, Ben Haenow, Fleur East, jay James, Stevi Ritchie and Lizzy Pattinson will battle it out for a place in the music mogul's top three.
Simon's final six was also decided with a surprise singing battle between two hopefuls.
Lizzy Pattinson was put against Raign Rabin in a secret sing-off that wasn't broadcast on the show.
Exclusive footage was revealed on ITV 2's The Xtra Factor that Simon requested a sing-off between the pair to decide the final seat in his Six Chair Challenge.
— Michael Cragg (@MichaelCragg) September 28, 2014