Published Saturday, 21 September 2013
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Daisy Chains' Room Audition
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Andrea Magee's Room Audition
Duplex's Room Audition
Justin Peng's Room Audition
Sam Callahan's Room Audition
Paul Akister's Room Audition
Green Boots' Room Audition
Jayson Newland's Room Audition
Lorna Simpson's Room Audition
The Nostalgics' Room Audition
Xtra Factor: Judges chat
Xtra Factor: Deliberation
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The 17-year-old performed The Supremes' classic 'Stop in the Name of Love' alongside her best friends Carrie and Laura, but was told she was "carrying the group".
After their audition, panelist Nicole Scherzinger said: "Hannah is the strongest vocalist and she has the strongest tone ."
Fellow judge Gary Barlow agreed: "I don't think there's an easy way to say this - Hannah; I think you have the potential to go far, but on your own.
"You can have friends but this is serious stuff - this is a career, this is something that could last for the rest of your life.
"If you really are as good friends as you're telling us, I think (they) would understand what we're saying here, and they'd be OK with it."
After taking a moment to make her decision, Hannah was met with some animosity from her band mates, but she made the choice to carry on without them.
If you haven't got that sort of cut-throat attitude, you're never going to get anywhere."
Gary Barlow to Hannah Sheares
"It's been horrible," she admitted following the audition.
"We're no longer talking (but) if they were my real friends, they would have said, "Do it for the Daisy Chains" - but they didn't do that, it was really disappointing.
"Thankfully I had my mum there to remind me there was a positive in all this - I had got through to sing at Wembley. It took me a while to accept that."
Also making it through to the arena auditions was returning hopeful Joseph Whelan, who brought along his young son Kian for moral support.
The lovable dad made it through to bootcamp during last year's series, but was unfortunately sent home before he could reach the judges' houses.
With his son perched happily on Nicole's lap, Jason performed a rocking rendition of Bon Jovi's Always for the impressed panelists.
Joseph I'm really glad you came back this year - you are what this show is all about.
Louis Walsh to Joseph Whelan
"It is a pleasure to see you back," Gary told him.
"I loved your voice last year and I think I love it more this year."
Sharon Osbourne added: "You are very strong and I like you conviction when you perform - I really enjoyed it."
Meanwhile Northern Ireland was represented in the audition room as 28-year-old Andrea Magee sang for the judging panel.
The singer-songwriter performed her own track which she wrote when she was just 17.
"That was a beautiful song, I thought you put it across really well and I was hooked," Gary told her.
Louis Walsh added: "You are defiantly different and you have definitely got your own niche."
Saturday's most impressive acts audition again at Wembley on Sunday at 8pm on UTV.
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