WATCH: Reece Mastin's Sister Georgina Takes To The X Factor Australia Stage!

31 July 2013

It is night three of The X Factor Australia auditions – and with two nights of stellar talent behind us can the show once again deliver the goods?

The night kicked off with 17-year-old Latin heartthrob in the making Fabian Andres singing Ne-yo’s Because of You – with the seasoned stage pro locking in on Dannii for his sultry performance.

Despite his obvious charms Ronan wasn’t bowled over by his voice, but he agreed with the other judges that Fabian has great stage presence – earning his place in the bootcamp!

Top end cop Gemma Thorpe battled initial nerves to give a rousing performance of the Dixie Chicks Not Ready To Make Nice – with the crowd rising to their feet at the end of song.

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On top of that she had all the judges cruising on an imaginary highway digging the passion in her voice – with Ronan, Dannii and RedFoo all voting her into the next stage of the competition.

After leaving the judges in stiches with his nervous talking – Georgie Bannard had them speechless with James Morrison’s You Give Me Something.

Ronan complimented him on making a great song his own – with all three judges unanimously sending him through to bootcamp.

David McCallum, who failed when he auditioned two years earlier after turning Ronan off, was back for a second chance at his moment with Pink’s heartfelt tune Try.

His performance divided the judges with Dannii saying that he didn’t move her, while RedFoo argued that he had hit a home run.

The decision came down to Ronan who decided to give him his second chance by sending him through to the next stage.

After a short montage of the female singers that have wowed the judges so far in the audition process – Reece Mastin’s sister Georgina took to the stage to blaze her own path with Kelly Clarkson’s Mr Know It All.

Dannii was left wanting something a little more from her, while RedFoo said you could hear the nerves in her voice – but all three judges sent her through to bootcamp to prove herself there!

The night ends on country boy Tyler Henderson who took on Fun. ‘s monster anthem Some Nights – after sharing a little banter with Dannii Minogue who recognised him from Australia’s Got Talent.

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Tyler had both Dannii and Nat Bass eating out of the palm of his hand – while Ronan already had a list of songs he wanted to hear him perform.

No surprises that he made it through to bootcamp with four ecstatic votes!

Who was your favourite from tonight?


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