The 12 contestants through to the X Factor live finals have been revealed and we can now report the list in full with a little help from a few lookalikes.
Gary picked Melanie Masson, Carolynne Poole and Kye Sonnes to represent the Over 28s this year.
Melanie stood out from her first audition, however, we are still convinced she may be the secret love child of Nicola Roberts and Mick Hucknall.
Melanie told us in an exclusive interview that she really does think this is her last chance and we think she could quickly turn out to be one of the favourites.
For Carolynne, or as we like to call her Imogen Thomas, this really is her last chance after she previously appeared on both X Factor last year and Fame Academy in 2003!
We love Carolynne, but can't wait to see what happens to her 2003 wardrobe after the makeovers!
Kye Sones is the singing chimney sweep who impressed Rita Ora by singing er, Rita Ora in his first audition.
We are still trying to work out whether he is wearing guy liner or just has soot in his eyes.
Nicole Sherzinger is in charge of the boys this year and she selected Jahmene Douglas, James Arthur *and* Rylan Clarke (yes, she actually went and did it people).
Jahmene may have spray-on hair, but easily stood out from his first audition however, in the words of any good X Factor judge: could nerves get the better of him?
But we just are waiting to see if he ever undoes his top button.
James Arthur has the much needed bad boy edge and wowed the judges in his first audition when he was brave enough to cover Tulisa's Young in front of the lady herself.
James has the haircut of Miley Cyrus but the flow of Professor Green and is definitely one of our faves.
He also has a super enthusiastic hilarious mum who we can't wait to spot in the audience.
Lastly, Nicole only went and actually did it, picking Rylan Clark: a decision which has already enraged loads of you on Twitter.
You might recognize Rylan from his appearance from Signed by Katie Price and the other 101 reality shows he has appeared.
We suspect Rylan might divide audiences, but we are just waiting for him to come out and confess that he in fact Bobby from TOWIE in disguise.
Tulisa is mentoring the girls this year and picked Jade Ellis, Ella Henderson and Lucy Spraggan.
Ella Henderson instantly impressed the judges with her gorgeous own original song, prompting iTunes to basically meltdown in the hours following the show.
Read our exclusive interview with Ella where she tells us that she doesn't want to step on Adele's toes.
Well, while she might want to step on her toes, we are definitely still convinced that they might be distantly related.
Jade is without doubt this year's Yummy Mummy.
We are still convinced that Oriste off JLS did her hair, and after a quick listen to her sing you might just agree that she is Rebecca Ferguson meets Jenny from the block.
Lucy Spraggan is without doubt the X Factor's answer to Kate Nash.
Lucy plays guitar and writes her own songs, which are actually amazing: we are still trying to find out when we can download Tea and Toast.
And yes, it is still stuck in out blimmin' heads.
And this year Louis Walsh is indeed 'overloaded with boybands', left in charge of the groups picking MK1, GDM3 and Union J.
MK1 might sound like a shopping centre in Mlton Keynes, but in fact MK1 are in fact Charlotte Rundle and Simeon Dixon.
Or as we like to call them Jedward's curlier older sister and Tinie Tempah's little brother.
MK1 used to have three members until one got the boot at the audition stages.
Union J are Jamie Hamblett 24, George Shelley 19, Josh Cuthbert 20, Jaymi Hensley 22.
And we reckon One Direction has better hold on to their Directioners because these boys are hot on their All Saints boots.
Originally, these boys were Triple J until the judges shoved in George Shelley who we are already calling this year's Harry Styles.
GMD3 are Greg, Dan, Mickey who met at school and have been singing together ever since.
Sharon Osbourne said the name sounds like a virus, but we just reckon Louis would say: you look like three little Justin Biebers.
Not that that is a bad thing.