Meet The X Factor’s Top 32 Contestants!

Meet The X Factor's Top 32 Contestants!

In case you’ve missed our official recap of the show last night, then we’ve got the official list of the top 32 contestants on The X Factor and the judges who are mentoring each group!

THE GIRLS – MENTORED BY SIMON COWELL

Caitlin Koch
Tora Woloshin
Simone Battle
Drew Ryniewicz
Rachel Crow
Jazzlyn Little
Melanie Amaro
Tiah Tolliver

THE BOYS – MENTORED BY ANTONIO “L.A.” REID

Brennin Hunt
Brian Bradley
Skyelor Anderson
Nick Voss
Tim Cifers
Phillip Lomax
Marcus Canty
Chris Rene

GROUPS – MENTORED BY PAULA ABDUL

Stereo Hogzz
2Squared
4 Shore
The Brewer Boys
Illusion Confusion
The Anser

OVER 30s – MENTORED BY NICOLE SCHERZINGER

Elaine Gibbs
Tiger Budbill
Leroy Bell
James Kenney
Josh Krajcik
Krista Collins
Dexter Haygood
Stacey Francis

For the next stage of the competition, each of the groups will be going to their mentor’s homes to rehearse and receive guidance on everything they will need to score that $5 million recording contract.

Who are you rooting for in the competition? Who was your favorite contestant? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think!

The X Factor USA Boot Camp Day Two Live Recap 10/6/11

The X Factor Boot Camp Day Two Live Recap 10/6/11

It’s the second day of Boot Camp on the USA version of The X Factor — and today, we’ll get to see who makes it through to the next round! On last night’s show, they were put into groups and tonight, we’ll get to see more performances. See our official recap of the first day of Boot Camp here. We are also getting down to the final 32, which will be split into four groups, assigned to one judge each, for the remainder of the competition.

There are still five groups to perform in front of the judges. Singing first is a group which had to learn What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye. Singing first for the group is Ma’at Bingham Shango, who sounds decent. Taking over is Gina Rene, who is joined by Matthew Johnson. Afterward, Brennin Hunt is singing the chorus. Marcus Canty brought the soul. Chris Rene sang next and he’s decent. Equality sang next and it had a nice groove. Continue reading