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But Walsh insisted: "I did 100% the best I could and they know that.
They'll tell you that later." But Jake Sims will still have a shot of the limelight - Stereo Kicks will be taking part in the X Factor Live Tour in 2015.
Bristol singer Drew Wedlake has made it through the auditions in the new series of ITV's The X Factor.
Drew impressed the judges with his rendition of Seven Nation Army by the White Stripes.
The set-up didn't stop those who Louis Walsh, last year's series drew in some of the lowest ratings ever for the show.He said: "The act that sang the best on the sing off was Lauren," voting to keep her in the competition.Cheryl Fernandez-Versini stood by her act, Lauren Platt but told the boy band they had talent and could still grow. Mel B voted in favour of the boys too, apologising to Fernandez-Versini before she said she had to vote for Lauren Platt to leave.They fell foul of the public vote after the judges were split between the eight-strong band and 17-year-old Lauren Platt.Simon Cowell had the critical vote to either save the group or force a deadlock and defer to the public vote.Meanwhile Bristol teenager Jake Sims's band Stereo Kicks is through to the next round of the show.