Louisa Johnson with her X Factor mentor Rita Ora

Congrats, Louisa!

Simon and co are just about to wrap up the 12th series of the X Factor, and the talent this year was incredible. Whether you’ve been too busy to catch all the live shows or just want to relive those first auditions, here are all the videos you need to see. One last round of our X Factor drinking game, too?

Louisa Johnson
17-year-old Essex girl was pretty nervous when she first took to the X Factor stage, but four months later she's only gone and won the entire show. We've watched her deliver some belting performances throughout the series, but do you remember the look on Rita's face when she started out? Relive it here...

Reggie N Bollie
Looking for a good time? Ghana's Reggie 'N Bollie had Rita winding out of her seat with those afrobeats, and their first live performance (Shaggy, ICYMI) was a 00's classic. They've 100% made this series the most fun EVER, with some amazing mash-ups. Here's the moment we fell in love with them.

Che Chesterman
19-year-old Che seemed to rile Cheryl up the wrong way when he first took to the auditions stage, but he always knew he could win the X Factor. See his rendition of Jessie J's Who You Are here. 

Lauren Murray
Eliminated: Semi-Final
It didn’t start too well for 25-year-old Lauren, but after a bum note she got her swing back, and smashed the live shows with new hair and "pink, glitter and bubbles". Relive Lauren's first audition of Somebody Else’s Guy right here, where she proved she's true old school diva.

4th Impact
Eliminated: Fifth Show
4th Power flew over from the Philippines just for this audition, and came out looking super-sweet. Don’t be fooled by their appearance though, these sisters blew our minds with a sassy Bang Bang at their first audition, and rocked Ariana Grande's Problem for the first live show. 

Monica Michael
Eliminated: Third Show
It's been a rollercoaster X Factor journey for Monica, who was kicked out of Cheryl's six chairs last year. This year? Monica didn't originally make Rita's final three, but was brought back as a Wildcard and raised the roof on the first live show. Watch a snippet of her first audition, Christina Agueliera’s Impossible, here.

Seann Miley Moore
Eliminated: Second Show
We are in absolute shock that Seann has left the competition - who will serve us style inspo now?! Seriously, we need the name of that lipstick. If you're not ready to say goodbye just yet, relive Seann’s first audition of The Show Must Go On right here.

Alien Uncovered
Eliminated: First Show
Six girls, super cool styling and a dancefloor filler? That’s a surefire recipe for X Factor success, right? Maybe not, as Alien Uncovered were the second act to be eliminated from X Factor 2015 - or Alien Nation, according to Simon Cowell. That's right, even the X Factor Big Boss can't keep up with all all these group name changes. Check out their first appearance right here, as they perform Pump It Louder.

Eliminated: First Show
This nice girl turned nasty (thanks to a little coaxing from Simon Cowell) blew everyone's minds at her first audition, but failed to wow on the live shows. Don't worry Bupsi, this will forever be one of our favourite X Factor auditions of all time.

Jennifer Phillips

Eliminated At Judge's Houses
Jennifer belted out Mary Mary’s Shackles in her first audition, with a surprise rap in the middle. The public had big love for Jennifer, but she failed to make Simon's final three.   

New Kings Order
Eliminated At Judge's Houses
The First Kings want to make history as the first boy band ever to win the X Factor, but facing stiff competition, they didn't make Cheryl's final three. Those moves had all the ladies swooning, though -and some men, too.  

Chloe Paige
Eliminated At Judge's Houses
Market trader Chloe Paige took things down a notch with Katy B’s Crying For No Reason, and all we can say is WOW. That stunning voice had everyone in tears, including Rita and Cheryl. We'll miss her at the live shows.

Josh Daniels
Eliminated At Judge's Houses
Meet the man who made Simon Cowell cry. Singing Labrinth’s Jealous, Josh Daniel dedicated this song to his late best friend, touching something inside of the head judge. 

Ebru Ellis
Eliminated at Judge's Houses
She might not have made it through to the live shows, but that voice isn't going anywhere. We love this first audition of Emile Sande and David Guetta - For Love.

Rumour Has It 
Eliminated At Six Chair Challenge
After the success of One Direction and Little Mix, it’s safe to say X Factor has a pretty good track record at putting together successful groups. Saffron, Aby and Leah have stuck together over the past year and it’s paid off – they might not have made it to Cheryl's six chairs, but these girls are ones to watch, for sure.

Katie Coleman
Eliminated At Six Chair Challenge
If Rita’s in tears, you know you’re good. Katie Coleman sang Ariana Grande’s Break Free for her first audition song, using her heartbreak as fuel for the stunning performance. You go, girl. 

Lucy Duffield
Eliminated At Six Chair Challenge
This audition wasn't the first time Lucy Duffield met Grimmy, after singing on his radio show as part of a duo years ago. Now? She's on her own - especially after Simon asks her to sing a cappella. Check it out here.

The Shures
Eliminated At Boot Camp
There was a lot of love in the room after The Shures (Chris and Gabriel to those in the know) performed Ellie Goulding's Love Me Like You Do. Even though they were on stage in front of thousands, the married couple only had eyes for each other.

Anton Banaghan
Eliminated At Boot Camp
It takes a lot to get Simon smiling, but Anton's George Ezra cover and cheeky moves had all the judges laughing. It might be a long way to Anton's home city of Tipperary, but we're glad he came - even though he didn't make it through boot camp.

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