This year’s 12 ‘X Factor finalists have finally been chosen for the live shows after what has seemed like the longest selection process in the show’s history.
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But at least they can now relax a little bit ahead of this weekend’s first live shows, and they’re all going to get to do that in the luxurious surroundings of the new ‘X Factor’ house.
According to property site, Zoopla, the £7million home boasts seven bedrooms, which means they’re all going to have to get used to sharing their space, but at least they can escape to the indoor swimming pool or cinema room to chill out.
The state-of-the-art residence also features a car lift, which should come in handy when they’re not in the mood to have their photo taken.
The property - in leafy Barnes, North London, will be their home for the next twelve weeks… well, unless they get voted off of course, in which case it will be back to normality (and a semi, no doubt).
Meanwhile, show bosses will be hoping the live shows will prove a hit with viewers, as the show is being thrashed by ‘Strictly’ in the Saturday night ratings war.
On average, 9.32 million people tuned in to watch the BBC One dance show last weekend, according to figures from Barb, while 6.35 million saw Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell make their judges’ houses decisions.