X Factor's Monica Michaels and Lauren Murray have made it through to Judges' Houses.
Rita Ora completed the lineup for her Girls category in a tense round of auditions in the annual Six Chair Challenge task on tonight's (04.10.15) episode of the show.
Lauren earned the final place in the top six with her stunning rendition of Jessie Ware's 'Say You Love Me'.
The brunette singer earned high praise from celebrity fans on Twitter including 2014 'X Factor' winner Ben Haenow.
He wrote: "Ermm SEAT FOR LAUREN! What a voice #tone #XFactor (sic)"
Monica - who returned to the singing competition this year after being kicked out of the contest at the same stage last year - wowed the judges with 'What is Love?' taken from the hit US TV show 'Empire'.
Lauren and Monica are joined in the Girls category by Kiera Weathers, who earned her place in the final six by performing Whitney Houston's classic 'I Will Always Love You'.
Havva Rebke, meanwhile, rebounded from her shaky performance at boot camp with a unique rendition of Blackstreet's 'No Diggity', much to the delight of the judges.
Chloe Paige took a risk by performing an a cappella version of 'Amazing Grace' but the gamble clearly paid off as she rewarded with a spot in the final six.
Completing the Girls category is Louisa Johnson, who received a standing ovation from the audience and the judges for singing 'And I Am Telling You'.
The 'X Factor' Six Chair Challenge continues next Sunday (11.10.15) at 7pm.
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