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The new series of The X Factor kicked off in style with hosts Ollie Murs and Caroline Flack setting off on a mission impossible to seek out new talents.
Of course, while the reality show heralds the usual melee of musical misfits and singing superstars, on this occasion all eyes were on the judges, with Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw taking their seats alongside Simon Cowell and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini for the first time.
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Viewers were also keen on tuning in for One Direction (9.1m) and Adele (9.2m).
Despite being a former winner and relative success story from The X Factor, Ora seemed to either forget all about him, or ruthlessly snub him as she encouraged people at home to vote for her act, Louisa Johnson. I've watched this show and I've been such a fan of this show.The fresh new line-up brought with it an instant injection of youthful energy and full-on fun, all thanks to Rita Ora's natural sex appeal and sass and Grimmy's unique brand of street cool and general whackiness.Their energy, all-round affability and eagerness to get up and dance if the mood took them, left Simon Cowell by comparison, resembling something of a stern school teacher, brought in to keep the errant young 'uns in line. Offering a few words of advice to the newbie mentors, he said simply: "Embrace the madness." Indeed, with the first auditions of the series, which included a twerking grandma, a dental assistant from Essex with a powerhouse voice and four sisters from the Philippines who smashed it with their first audition, it was clear we're all in for quite a ride this series. 60-year-old hopeful "Techno Suzy" got the show off to a flamboyant start, winning the first yes of the night.But when a technical glitch sees the wrong VT played, they can’t surely be held to account by the critical viewers, can they? A blip saw the singing voices of Rita Ora and Louisa Johnson played over a video of Che Chesterman performing, before the sound cut off completely – and Twitter were once more merciless in their calls to get rid of poor Olly and Caroline.But we thought they actually handled it quite well.