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'Lemonade's biggest rival - the newly formed girlband, who were put together at the boot camp stage, were next to take the stage.
The girls, who had yet to decide on a group name, were all rejected from Sharon's category at the six-chair challenge - but were all given another chance.
rumour has come from, but if you search for Leon Mallett or Alisah Bonaobra on Twitter, you'll be flooded with Photo Shopped pics of the contestants holding hands, with love hearts painted around them. "People keep cropping me into pictures of her so it looks like we're holding hands."To be fair, she's probably the person I've spoken to least in the house.
Digital Spy caught up with Leon to get to the bottom of the rumours."I keep getting tweets about Alisah actually," he told us.
'It was nice to see you like that,' Louis informed him.
Mike offered some criticism, as he told Louis, 'the way he was moving his head, he doesn't have the technique!
They went on to perform a medley of Pink's Get This Parted Started and Missy Elliot's Get Your Freak On. I like you two, ' Simon told them, before Cheryl added they were 'interesting.'When the duo walked away, a smug Cheryl told Simon: 'You're screwed.'Next up were early fan favourites Rak-Su, who began their audition on a playful note as it came to light that Miles was attracted to Cheryl.
And tensions continued to be at an all-time high as the Groups mentor Simon Cowell and the Boys' mentor Louis Walsh chose their final acts - forming the final twelve acts that will battle it out to be crowned champs of the ITV singing competition.The girls delivered an immaculate performance of Labyrinth 'Misbehaviour.'Proving things were getting difficult for them, Simon admitted: 'I'm not going to lie, there's a lot of work to do, this is hard. Cheryl couldn't help but gush to Simon: 'This is most exciting Judges Houses I have ever done!'Up next was duo Jack and Joel, Oxford university graduates, who admitted that music is 'entirely' what they wanted to do over 'geography and maths'.' Mike told Aidan as he welled up: 'Dont cry, you just sang so well!'After Aidan walked away, Louis confided in Mike that he though he was 'too desperate' and could potentially be a 'risk.'Next up was formerly axed contestant Sam Black, who was eliminated during bootcamp, but given another chance to come back to Judges Houses.