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Stress: X Factor judge Louis Walsh proved it to be the case yet again as he ended the ruthless audition with a three-way sing-off between hopefuls Spencer Sutherland, Benji Matthews and Lloyd Macey on Sunday night's episode Blowing the judges away with his rendition of Andra Day’s Rise Up, Jack was sure to nab a seat but the decision proved too much for Louis as he called Spencer and Benji up on stage to battle it out.
First up was Spencer giving his all singing A Change Going To Come while Benji delivered with Alicia Keys' If I Ain't Got You which got the crowd on their feet.
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Next up was one half of brotherly duo ITG, Leon Mallett, 22 - who had broke his ankle playing football - took to the stage to belt out his rendition of The Chainsmokers Closer which included a self-penned rap.
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Take a seat' Through to the next round: American hopeful Spencer Sutherland, 24, sang his heart out to his version of the Pussycat Dolls' Dontcha' and while Simon thought it was 'corny', Louis said he was 'disappointed' by his audition but gave him a seat anyway Taking to the stage was a tuxedo-clad Anthony Russell, 27 - who has since left the show to focus on personal issues - joked: 'I'm 80 quid overdrawn, still have the tags on.
It's going back tomorrow.'Although Simon wasn't keen on his performance of Elton John's Something About The Way You Look Tonight, Louis gave him a seat, saying: 'It's like you've changed over night but for me Anthony you're a rough diamond and do we polish it?