However, the following week, James was in the bottom two with Stevi Richie.

The vote again went to deadlock, and James was voted out due to having the fewest public votes. He was given a place in the X Factor Live Tour for coming in the top half, and anybody eliminated after him was in the X Factor Live Tour as well.

In week 10, it was announced that Haenow was the winner, beating fellow Over 25 Fleur East with 57.2% of the votes.

The seven bedroom property, based in North London, has previously been the home of superstars such as Lionel Richie and Rod Stewart, and costs £5,000 per week.

If the contestants want to practice their vocals ahead of Saturday's live show, there is a music room complete with microphones, a white grand piano and drum kit, as well as a games room if they would like to relax and unwind.

On 22 February 2015, it was announced that Faustini had signed a record deal with RCA Records and would be going to Los Angeles to record his debut album, due for release later in 2015.

Jack Walton (born 18 September 1996) is a pub singer from Castleford.

He reached judges' houses in 2013, but Louis Walsh eliminated him.

In week 5, Akister was in the bottom two with Jay James and sang Clown in the final showdown.

The six candidates at judges' houses were: Paul Akister, Danny Dearden, Andrea Faustini, Jordan Morris, Jake Quickenden, and Jack Walton.

Mel B chose: Paul Akister (born 1989) is a pub singer from Lancaster, Lancashire.

His mentor Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini voted to save him while Simon Cowell and Walsh voted to eliminate him.

This meant the result went to deadlock and Akister was eliminated.

The eleventh UK series of The X Factor began on ITV on 30 August 2014. Mel B mentored the Boys, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini mentored the Girls, Simon Cowell mentored the Over 25s and Louis Walsh mentored the Groups.