We’re well into The X Factor’s 2017 auditions stage now – but the talent just keeps on coming.
And there’s no shortage of wonderful – not to mention weird – acts, as the latest round of hopefuls go before the judges on Saturday night’s show.
From a seriously talented sibling duo through to a Scottish hopeful whose neck tattoo is almost as memorable as his performance, you’ll be wanting to keep your eye out for this lot.
Here’s who you’ll be seeing in the fifth round of auditions this series…
Any man who walks in to the X Factor audition room with feathers adorning his shoulders is guaranteed to get our attention – but it’s not just his unusual attire that makes an impact, as jovial insurance processor Amrick delivers his take on Technotronic’s 80s hit Pump Up The Jam. Will he be pumping his way into the next round though?
Tattooed Gregor wins compliments from the judges for his elaborate inkings – but it’s a different story when it comes to his singing, as he’s asked to audition for a second time. Will that be the one that does the trick?
Tracey Leanne Jefford
Tracy Leanne Jefford previously auditioned for The X Factor back in 2006, having shed a large amount of weight – and a husband – since then. Now she reckons it’s her time to shine, but what will the panel make of the full-time mum’s take on the 60s classic Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
This week’s edition of the show has no shortage of older participants – although it’s John who stands out from the pack, delivering a rendition of David Bowie’s Space Oddity which is – for want of a better word – remarkable. But what will the judges think?
Another older hopeful, Ronnie just can’t hide her excitement at being in The X Factor audition room – and quickly wins the judges over with her infectious personality, before ticking Simon off for asking her age. She goes on to sing Tina Turner’s The Best – but will it be the best version the panel have ever heard?
Sean and Conor Price
Irish siblings Sean and Conor are aged just 17 and 15, and they’re bringing their busking skills to The X Factor in a bid to make it to boot camp. They’ve certainly got the charm, but will they have the singing skills to match.
The X Factor 2017’s fifth auditions show kicks off on ITV on Saturday night at 8pm.