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While all the judges were instantly taken with her, the former The Voice judge seemed to forget what show she was on, as she immediately canvassed to be mentor. "That sounded like one of my favourite voices I've ever heard.

I want to be your friend and when you work with me..." Giving us a taste of the rivalries to come the judges were already fighting over her.

While Jennifer Phillips "took us all to church" it was four singing sisters from the Phillipines who raised the roof at Wembley with their rendition of Bang Bang.

After Saturday night's miserable figures - an average of 5.9m tuned in, the lowest ever for an X Factor final - Simon Cowell will be breathing a sigh of relief after Sunday night showed a huge increase.

The average viewing figures were 8.4m, easily the highest figure of the series, with audience peaking at 9.7m when Louisa Johnson was announced as the winner.