Published Saturday, 31 August 2013
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Sam Bailey's Room Audition
Hannah Barrett's Room Audition
J Star Valentine's Room Audition
Luke Friend's Room Audition
Fil Henley's Room Audition
Euphoria Girls' Room Audition
Luke Britnell's Room Audition
Tom Mann's Room Audition
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Sam Bailey impressed the judges with her occupation before bowling them over with her vocals during the first round of auditions of the singing competition.
"Your voice is incredible," judge Gary Barlow told her.
He added: "Well done and thank you for coming to see us."
Fellow panellist Nicole Scherzinger was visibly shocked by Sam's performance, telling her: "That is exactly how that song is supposed to be sung. With passion, like you are singing for your life - that's all I care about."
Louis Walsh added: "I wasn't expecting that at all, wow."
Damn, I'm like what? You are a prison officer?
Nicole Scherzinger to Sam Bailey
After impressing the judges in the audition room, Sam will now go forward to sing for a second time in front of an audience of 4,000 people at Wembley Stadium.
Also winning high praise from the judges was 17-year-old Hannah Barrett.
Returning panellist Sharon Osbourne said she had high hopes for the A-Level student following her rendition of Emelie Sande's Read All About It.
She told the young singer she had to get through to the next stages of the competition, otherwise she would "kick her a**."
"It's one thing to just sing a song but it's another thing to tell the story of a song through your performance, and you really did," said Gary.
"I felt the pain from within you - it was an absolutely stunning performance."
Nicole added: "I am just blown away by you.
"You're what I've been waiting for; you are going all the way. This is just the beginning for you."
You definitely sang from the heart.
Louis Walsh to Hannah Barrett
However in true X Factor fashion, not all of Saturday's auditions inspired high hopes from the panel.
Nineteen-year-old part time model J Star Valentine left all four judges speechless following his unusual performance of Leonard Cohen song Hallelujah, famously covered by X Factor winner Alexandra Burke.
Louis said of his odd musical style: "I've heard a lot of versions of that song, but nothing as strange as that."
"You sang that song like a ghost," added Sharon.
Saturday's most impressive acts audition again at Wembley on Sunday at 8pm on UTV.
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