Published Saturday, 14 September 2013
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Brothers Nathan, Kieran and Mark, who were at one point dubbed the 'British Hanson', came close to fame in 1999 when they had a Top 13 track called '24 Hours From You' and toured with bands such as Westlife.
During Saturday's show the group performed their own song 'Can't Find Me', which was written with their mum.
Judge Nicole Scherzinger, who was brought to tears during their audition, told the brothers: "That song was just magic because it was so truthful.
"That's a hit song," Louis Walsh added.
"And this show is all about giving people a second chance, guys you're ready for it, you're so ready."
"This is it, this is what we have come to find. It was absolutely spot on; it was so, so good," said Gary Barlow.
You're harmonies are magnificent - that was spectacular.
Sharon Osbourne to Next of Kin
The auditions also proved to be an emotional affair for Sharon Osbourne after she was reunited with a past contestant.
Stephanie Woods made it to Sharon Judges' House in 2007 when she was just 14.
Sharon was reduced to tears after hearing Stephanie perform a rendition of Snow Patrol's 'Run'.
She said: "I really cracked up when I had to let you go - I'm glad you came back."
Gary added: "I'm glad you came back because you can really sing and it was a very, very good audition.
Speaking after her performance, Stephanie said: "As soon as I stopped singing, I just thought, "Oh my God! I made Mrs O cry!"
"It was such a blur and so overwhelming. I didn't know whether she would remember me, but she did and she was happy to see me.
"After I sang, I just wanted to break down myself. Luckily, Sharon put her arms out to me and gave me a hug."
Meanwhile the X Factor judges were met with some attitude during the room auditions from singing duo Ryan and Liddia.
You are the two most deluded people I have heard all day.
Louis Walsh to Ryan and Liddia
The panel were clearly unimpressed by the pair's rendition of Shooting Star by Ashanti, with Gary telling them: "There's nothing to critique here, you haven't got a voice between you.
He added: "You couldn't get a gig in an empty pub. There is nothing to this act."
But Ryan and Liddia did not take too kindly to the judge's comments and, after getting over the initial shock of rejection, made their thoughts known.
As well as poking fun at Gary's haircut and fashion choices, Ryan told Louis: "Louis Walsh you wouldn't know what talent was if it hit you in the face with a brick."
Saturday's most impressive acts audition again at Wembley on Sunday at 8pm on UTV.
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