Jade is following in the footsteps of last year's X Factor finalist Janet Devlin, after becoming the second consecutive Northern Ireland contestant to reach that stage of the competition.
The teenager, who said her dad was in and out of prison his whole life, already has her biggest fan - her mum, who advises her and customises her stage outfits.
Next week, viewers will see Jade travel alongside Amy Mottram, 16, a student from Essex, Leanne Robinson, 22, a sales assistant from London, Lucy Spraggan, 20, a portrait seller from Sheffield, Ella Henderson, 16, a student from Lincolnshire and Jade Ellis, 25, a bike mechanic from London.
The Girls perform for Tulisa and guest mentor Tinie Tempah at Judges' House in a bid to make the live shows.
Jade said: "I think I'm quite mature for my age and there are three of us who are 16 and 17 so I don't feel like I'm the baby.
"We're all very laid back and we're all keeping an eye out for each other. No matter what happens, we're all going to stay in touch."
Jade faces fierce competition in her category after Lucy and Ella both received a standing ovation from the judges during their final bootcamp challenge.
Lucy performed her own song, Tea and Toast, in front of a 5,000 strong crowd in Liverpool receiving rapturous applause. "I've never seen a reaction like that," she confessed.
"That was unbelievable and that song is so beautiful," Gary Barlow told her.
Meanwhile Ella wowed the judges with a slowed down version of Cher's hit Believe, which had Nicole Scherzinger in tears.
"I wanted to challenge myself a bit more and pick a song that was completely out of the box and out of my comfort zone," she explained.
"I would pay lots of money to hear that version of the song again. That was amazing," Gary told her.
"All of a sudden those lyrics meant something completely different."
"You can't judge that you just have to be honoured", an emotional Nicole said. "We can't touch her; we just have to be in awe of her. I'm done."
Meanwhile two groups who thought they had been dropped from the show found themselves through to the judges' houses.
Times Red and Union J - who had been known as Triple J until now - were put through after Rough Copy were eliminated from the show over a visa issue.
They joined Louis Walsh in Las Vegas with guest mentor Sharon Osbourne when they travelled with Poisonous Twin, Mitsotu, MK1, Duke and GMD3.
The Boys mentored by Nicole travelled to a luxury resort in Dubai with guest mentor Ne-yo.
They are Jake Quickenden, 23, a lifeguard from Scunthorpe, Jahmene Douglas, 21, a supermarket worker from Swindon, Rylan Clark, 23, a model from Essex, James Arthur, 24, a singer-songwriter from Middlesbrough, Adam Burridge, 23, an admin assistant from Middlesex and Nathan Fagan-Gayle, 25, a singer-songwriter from London.
The Overs joined Gary at a stately home in Northamptonshire with guest mentor Cheryl Cole.
They are Christopher Maloney, 34, a customer services adviser from Liverpool, Brad Shackleton, 37, a motivational speaker from London, Melanie Masson, 44, a full-time mum who also runs an under-fives singing class, from Glasgow, Kye Sones, 30, a chimney sweep from London, Carolynne Poole, 32, a casino singer and furniture restorer from Huddersfield and Nicola-Marie Bloor, 35, an Amy Winehouse and Lady Gaga tribute act from Derbyshire.
Viewers will find out who makes it to the X Factor live shows next weekend.