List of The X Factor finalists (UK series 11)

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The eleventh UK series of The X Factor began on ITV on 30 August 2014. The live shows started on 11 October. Mel B mentored the Boys, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini mentored the Girls, Simon Cowell mentored the Over 25s and Louis Walsh mentored the Groups.

The 12 chosen finalists were Paul Akister, Andrea Faustini, Jake Quickenden, Chloe Jasmine, Stephanie Nala, Lauren Platt, Fleur East, Ben Haenow, Jay James, Blonde Electra, Stereo Kicks and Only The Young.[1] Four wildcards were also chosen, with one from each category: Jack Walton (Boys), Lola Saunders (Girls), Stevi Ritchie (Over 25s) and Overload Generation (Groups).[2] The series was won by Haenow on 14 December 2014.

Boys

The "Boys" category was mentored by Mel B. Contestants in this category are male soloists aged between 14 and 25. The six candidates at judges' houses were: Paul Akister, Danny Dearden, Andrea Faustini, Jordan Morris, Jake Quickenden, and Jack Walton. Mel B chose:

Paul Akister

Paul Akister (born 11 March 1989) is a pub singer from Lancaster, Lancashire. He reached judges' houses in 2013, but Louis Walsh eliminated him.[3]

In week 5, Akister was in the bottom two with Jay James[4] and sang Clown in the final showdown. His mentor Mel B and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini voted to save him while Simon Cowell and Walsh voted to eliminate him. This meant the result went to deadlock and Akister was eliminated. He finished in 9th place also missing a place on The X Factor 2015 Live Tour.[5]

Andrea Faustini

Andrea Faustini (born 17 June 1994)[6] is an Italian student who was previously studying Chinese and Korean at the Sapienza University of Rome.[7] He quit university[8] and came all the way from Rome to audition for the show.[9] At the age of 13 he won the Italian variety show Ti lascio una canzone.[10]

With the eliminations of Jake Quickenden in week 3, Jack Walton in week 4 and Paul Akister in week 5, Faustini became Mel B's last remaining act in the competition. He was in the bottom two with Stevi Ritchie in week 7, but was saved after only Simon Cowell voted to send Ritchie through to the quarter-final but Mel B, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Louis Walsh all voted to send Faustini through to the quarter-final. However, after the series ended, voting statistics confirmed that Ritchie had received more votes than Faustini meaning that if Walsh sent the result to deadlock, Ritchie would've been sent through to the quarter-final and Faustini would have been eliminated.[11] He was once again in the bottom two in the semi-final, this time with Lauren Platt. He was saved for a second time with only Fernandez-Versini voted to send Platt through to the final, while Mel B, Walsh and Cowell voted to send Faustini through to the final. However, once again, voting statistics revealed that Faustini had received the fewest public votes meaning if there wasn't a Final Showdown or if Cowell sent the result to deadlock, Platt would have been sent through to the final and Faustini would have been eliminated.[12] After reaching the final, he finished in third place in the competition.

On 22 February 2015, it was announced that Faustini had signed a record deal with RCA Records and would be going to Los Angeles to record his debut album, due for release later in 2015.[13] His debut album Kelly was released on 17 July 2015.[14]

Jake Quickenden

Jacob "Jake" Quickenden (born 3 September 1988)[15] is a former lifeguard from Scunthorpe.[16] He reached judges' houses in 2012, but Nicole Scherzinger rejected him.[17] He has also worked as a presenter on Chart Show TV.[18]

Quickenden was in the bottom two in week 3 against Only The Young and was eliminated, with only his mentor Mel B voting to save him. He finished in 12th place.[19]

Just weeks after being eliminated, Quickenden began participating in the 14th series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!.[20] He finished as the runner-up behind Carl Fogarty.[21]

Jack Walton

Jack Walton (born 18 September 1996) is a pub singer from Castleford. He is recognisable for doing acoustic versions of famous ballads or pop songs. Walton was not initially through to the live shows, but Cowell brought him back as the Boys' wildcard.[2]

Walton was automatically eliminated in week 4 as the act with the fewest public votes on Saturday, coming in 11th place.[22]

After the show he was offered a record deal by Louis Tomlinson and in 2017 released "Kept me safe". Before auditioning for the show, he already released a few songs.

Girls

The "Girls" category was mentored by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini. Contestants in this category are female soloists aged 14–25. The six candidates at judges' houses were: Kerrianne Covell, Chloe Jasmine, Emily Middlemas, Stephanie Nala, Lauren Platt, and Lola Saunders. Fernandez-Versini chose:

Chloe Jasmine

Chloe-Jasmine Whichello (born 4 July 1990) is an established model from Surrey.[23] In 2013, she worked alongside Naomi Campbell on the Sky Living modelling competition The Face.[24]

Chloe Jasmine was the fourth contestant to be eliminated, after landing in the sing-off with Stereo Kicks and only Fernandez-Versini voting to save her. She finished in 13th place.[25]

Chloe Jasmine and fellow contestant Stevi Ritchie began dating during the show, and announced their engagement on 12 July 2015.[26]

Following the X Factor Chloe participated in Celebrity Big Brother for England, where she came 5th with boyfriend Stevi Ritchie.

Stephanie Nala

Stephanie "Steph" Nala (born Stephanie Nala Edwards; 23 April 1994) is from Cheshunt, Hertfordshire. She used to be in the group Luminites, who made it to the final of Britain's Got Talent in 2013.[27]

Nala ended up in the bottom three in week one but was narrowly saved by the public vote due to the judges reaching deadlock after her sing-off performance with Overload Generation.[28] She was, however, automatically eliminated in week 2 as the contestant with the lowest number of public votes. She finished in 14th place.[25]

Lauren Platt

Lauren Platt (born 7 October 1997) is a former student from Essex.[29] In 2010, she auditioned for the role of Louise Mitchell on EastEnders, but lost out to Brittany Papple.[30]

Platt was the youngest solo contestant in the competition and was mentored by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.[31] With the eliminations of Stephanie Nala and Chloe Jasmine in week two and Lola Saunders in week four, Platt was Fernandez-Versini's last remaining act in the competition. In the quarter-final, Platt was in the bottom two with Stereo Kicks but was sent through to the semi-final after the result went to deadlock with Louis Walsh and Mel B voting to send Stereo Kicks through to the semi-final while Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell voting to send Platt through to the semi-final.[32] In the semi-final, she was in the bottom two with Andrea Faustini and was eliminated after only Fernandez-Versini voted to send Platt through to the final. After the series finished, voting statistics revealed that Platt received more votes than Faustini meaning if there wasn't a Final Showdown or if Walsh and/or Cowell voted to send Platt through to the final or if the result went to deadlock, Platt would've been sent through to the final and Faustini would've been eliminated.[12] Her brother then auditioned as part of the dance group Entity Allstars for Britain's Got Talent and got the golden buzzer from Alesha Dixon.[33]

Lola Saunders

Lola Belle Saunders (born 22 May 1994) is a fishmonger from East Boldon, South Tyneside. She was not initially through to the live shows, but Walsh brought her back as the Girls' wildcard.[2]

She was eliminated during week 4 after being in the sing-off with Stereo Kicks and receiving fewer public votes than them, as the result went to deadlock. She finished in 10th place in the competition.[34]

Over 25s

The 'Over 25s' category was mentored by Simon Cowell. Contestants in the category are soloists over the age of 25. The six candidates at judges' houses were: Fleur East, Helen Fulthorpe, Ben Haenow, Jay James, Lizzy Pattinson, and Stevi Ritchie. Cowell chose:

Fleur East

Fleur East (born 29 October 1987, aged 29)[35] is a singer and fitness model from Walthamstow. She is of Ghanaian and British descent.[36][37] In 2005, she was on the second series of the show as a member of the girl group Addictiv Ladies. The group were eliminated during the first week after ending up in the bottom two with Chico.

In the final, East was announced as the runner-up in the competition, losing to fellow over-25 Ben Haenow with 34.3% of the votes to Haenow's 57.2%.[38]

Ben Haenow

Ben Bernard Haenow (born 6 January 1985, aged 31) is a van driver from Croydon.[39] He has sung in bands since he was 15 and formed the rock and roll band the Lost Audio with his brother Alex in 2006.[40]

In week 10, it was announced that Haenow was the winner, beating fellow Over 25 Fleur East with 57.2% of the votes. His debut single "Something I Need" was released after his victory and became the Christmas number one.

Jay James

Jay James (born Jay James Picton in 1983, aged 33)[41] is a former Royal Navy fitness instructor from Saundersfoot, in Pembrokeshire.[41] He already had a record deal prior to the show and released his debut album Play It by Heart through Decca Records in 2012.[30] The same year, he featured on the song "Fly" by Cinematic, released on Black Butter Records (home to Rudimental, Gorgon City and Clean Bandit).[42]

James was in the bottom two with Paul Akister in week 5, but he was saved after Walsh sent the vote to deadlock and Akister was eliminated as the contestant with fewest number of public votes.[5] However, the following week, James was in the bottom two with Stevi Richie. The vote again went to deadlock, and James was voted out due to having the fewest public votes. He finished in 8th place. He was given a place in the X Factor Live Tour for coming in the top half, and anybody eliminated after him was in the X Factor Live Tour as well.[43]

Stevi Ritchie

Stevie "Stevi" Ritchie (born Steven Ritchie; 17 September 1980, aged 36) is from Colchester.[44] He was not initially through to the live shows, but Fernandez-Versini brought him back as the Over 25s' wildcard.[2]

After the eliminations of Overload Generation in week 1 and Jack Walton and Lola Saunders in week 4, Ritchie was the last wildcard left in the competition. In week 6, Ritchie found himself in the bottom two with fellow Over 25 Jay James. His mentor Cowell and Walsh opted to send him home, but Mel B and Fernandez-Versini, who picked him as the wildcard act and had the deciding vote, opted to send James home, resulting in Ritchie being saved after the result went to deadlock.[43] The following week, he was in the bottom two again with Andrea Faustini and was eliminated by the judges with only his mentor Cowell voting to send Ritchie through to the quarter-final and Mel B, Fernandez-Versini and Walsh voting to send Faustini through to the quarter-final. However voting statistics confirmed that Ritchie had actually received more votes than Faustini, meaning if Walsh sent the vote to deadlock, Ritchie would have been sent through to the quarter-final and Faustini would have been eliminated.[11]

Following the X Factor Stevi participated in Celebrity Big Brother for England, where she came 5th with girlfriend Chloe-Jasmine.

Groups

The 'Groups' category was mentored by Louis Walsh. Contestants in this category are either duos or vocal harmony groups, all aged 16 and over. The six candidates at judges' houses were: Blonde Electra, Concept, New Boy Band, New Girl Group, Only The Young, and The Brooks. Walsh chose:

Blonde Electra

Blonde Electra (formerly Blonde Electric) are a duo consisting of half-English, half-German sisters Jazzy and Ruby King.[45] They have drawn comparisons to former X Factor contestants Jedward.[46] Originally called Blonde Electric, they changed their name before the live shows. Explaining the reason for their name change, Jazzy said "Blonde Electric is a little too descriptive. We are going for an independent, strong woman that represents Blonde Electra. That is why, but I like it. I think it's got a good ring to it."[47]

Blonde Electra were automatically eliminated in week 1 after receiving the fewest public votes, coming in 16th place.[28]

Only The Young

Only The Young were a four-piece mixed group consisting of Mikey Bromley (20, Carlisle), Parisa Tarjomani (21, Ramsgate), Betsy-Blue English (19, Brighton), and Charlie George (17, Chartham).[48] The group were created and are currently managed by Jo Perry.[49] Only The Young previously featured George Shelley, who auditioned for the show's ninth series and was added to Union J, who made the live shows, eventually finishing in fourth place in the semi-final. This was when Shelley was later replaced by Bromley.[50] While on the series, Only The Young released their version of Bobby "Boris" Pickett's "Monster Mash" in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.[51] Before the show, they auditioned for Capital's Summertime Ball on 21 June, and were chosen to perform at Wembley Stadium alongside Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, David Guetta, Enrique Iglesias, Little Mix and many other artists.[52]

They were in the bottom two with Jake Quickenden in week three, but they were saved after receiving only Mel B's vote against them.[19] They were automatically eliminated in week seven as the act with the fewest public votes on Saturday, coming in 7th place.

Two weeks after being voted off the show, the group announced their first headlining show which would be held in London's Under the Bridge on 28 December 2014, thus becoming the first act of the series to be successful after leaving the show. However, the group have since had to pull out of the event following the death of Tarjomani's mother on 21 December.[53]

On 19 May 2015, the group announced that they had signed a record deal with Warner Music. The music video of their debut single "I Do" was released on 8 June 2015, but their YouTube account was hacked four days later, which led to its deletion.[54] It was re-uploaded the next day (13 June), losing all its previous views. "I Do" was originally to be released on 31 July,[55] but to the migrant crisis in Calais preventing a lorry containing copies of their single coming into the UK, it had to be delayed by a week, instead being released on 7 August.[56] "I Do" debuted at number 53 on the UK Singles Chart on 14 August.[57]

On 6 November 2015, Tajormani announced her departure from the band via her blog.[58] Only The Young then announced their split four days later.[59]

Overload Generation

Overload Generation (formerly Overload) were a five-piece boy band consisting of Ollie Garland (born 28 November 1994, 22, Bristol), Jordi Whitworth (born 27 March 1995, 22, Essex), Ryan Robertson (born 30 January 1996, 21 Essex), Joey Devries (born 10 August 1994, 22 Wales) and Andy Fowler (Previously in Only One Direction. Currently in RoadTrip) (born 16 February 1994, 24 Manchester) who have been a five-piece since April 2014.

The group changed their name because of trademarks. They were eliminated in week one after landing in the sing-off with Stephanie Nala and receiving fewer public votes than Nala, as the result went to deadlock. They finished in 15th place.

Stereo Kicks

Stereo Kicks (previously New Boy Band) were an eight-piece boy band consisting of Barclay Beales (born 27 August 1995, Devon), Chris Leonard (born 3 September 1995, Meath, Ireland), Tom Mann (born 3 November 1993, Southampton), James Graham (born 12 October 1996, Essex), Reece Bibby (born 13 August 1998, Blackpool Lancashire), Jake Sims (born 26 November 1994, Bristol), Casey Johnson (born 1 May 1995, London) and Charlie Jones (born 20 December 1999, Kent).[60] Beales and Mann were both rejected as soloists at bootcamp in series 10,[61][62] and Leonard as part of the band Out of the Blue (formerly 5th Base), because they forgot their lyrics;[63] Beales also previously yodelled.[64] The members were all initially rejected at the bootcamp stage but were formed into a group by the judges because they felt they were too good to let them go.[60][65] Initially called the "New Boy Band", they later held a poll on the website to determine a new name and "Stereo Kicks" was chosen.[66]

Stereo Kicks landed in the sing-off during week two with Chloe Jasmine, but were saved when Walsh, Mel B and Cowell opted to send Jasmine home.[25] They were in the sing-off again in week 4 against Lola Saunders. With Walsh and Mel B opting to save them, the result went to deadlock and Saunders was eliminated as the contestant with fewest public votes.[34] With the eliminations of Blonde Electra and Overload Generation in week 1 and Only The Young in week 7, Stereo Kicks became Walsh's last remaining act in the competition. In week 8, they were eliminated against Lauren Platt after voting went to deadlock, becoming the last of Walsh's groups to leave the competition and finishing in fifth place.[32] Their debut single "Love Me So" was released on 21 June 2015.[67]

On 18 July, the group announced that they would be splitting up to pursue solo careers after their final performance together at Thorpe Park on 25 July, citing difficulties in getting a record deal as a factor in the split.[68]

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