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'The X Factor': Who is the best act so far? Have your say

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For another year the X Factor auditions are over - from now on there are no more desperate Britney Spears impersonators or sweary old men, it's all great talent all the way, plus that guy from Signed by Katie Price.

Getting through Boot Camp is the next step for our remaining acts, but not everybody can make it. So who are you hoping survives the cull? Do you want to see quivering Christopher Maloney at Judges' Houses? Or maybe you're a supporter of ickle Asda worker Jahmene Douglas?

Carolynne Poole on The X Factor

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The X Factor 2012 - Episode 3: Jake Quickenden

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Maybe, like us, you were won over by Ella Henderson's teary tribute to her late grandad, or Robbie Hance's beautiful vocals that for goodness knows how long have been wasted on the streets. On the other hand, we wouldn't blame you for taking a liking to hunky lifeguard Jake Quickenden or Joseph Whelan - the man who made 'DILF' trend on Twitter for a brief moment.

Robbie Hance's audition on The X Factor

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The X Factor 2012 - Episode 1: Jahmene

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There have been plenty of familiar faces returning to The X Factor this year as well, such as Carolynne Poole, Melanie McCabe and Joe Cox. All have loyal followers out there who will be hoping that this is their year.

The X Factor 2012 - Episode 1: Ella

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Will the judges enjoy Lucy's performance?

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And then there's Lucy Spraggan, probably the standout contestant during the auditions. 'Last Night', her kooky, chucklesome song about #BeerFear, could have been a number one single if Simon Cowell had let it. We're sure you lot choosing her as your favourite singer will be some kind of consolation.

So, who is your favourite X Factor hopeful so far? Leave your verdicts on this year's crop in the comments below!

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