The X Factor Australia Recap Wednesday 5th Of September -- Angel Tupai Reduces The Judges To Tears!

05 September 2012

Tonight's episode picks up where last night left off with Bella Ferraro struggling through her solo performance of Don't Dream It's Over.

She makes something of a recovery -- but the question on the nation's lips is can she find the belief in herself to take it all the way to top?

In stark contrast to Bella is 14-year-old Vendulka who expertly and with the composure of someone well beyond her years performed Your Song!

The X Factor Recap -- Bella Ferraro forgets the words!

Despite battling with a strained voice -- Adil still managed to hold the stage with his incredible version of The Boys of Summer. He did so well that Ronan even suggested he lose his voice more often!

Early hopeful Hayden fell victim to the X Factor choke curse -- failing to make it through his Craig David track. However the little that he did remember sounded divine, but will it be enough to save him?

Battling initial nerves banker William managed to kill it with his own spin on Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe -- and we would even argue that his version is better!

The performance of the night came with Angel reducing the judges to tears with her rendition of Beyonce's If I Was A Boy. It is truly hard to believe that she is only 19-years-old!

Then it came down to crunch time! Of the Under 25 Girls Vendulka, Shiane, Angel, Bella Hunter Morgan and Bella Ferraro are the six to make it through.

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For the groups Fortunate, Good Question, What About Tonight and D + D are all chosen.

In the over 25 category Nathaniel, Samantha, Chris, Justin, Danielle and Rob all advance -- leaving Zach devastated that his older brother Aaron has failed to make it through.

In the under 25 boys Carmello, Matt Gresham, Jason, Adil, Josh and Matt Cenere made it through.

The shocks of the night were William and Trent being sent home -- but that all changed when they were called back to join The X factor Australia's first boy group.

Veronica Bravo and Briden-Starr were also called back to join the girl group!



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