'X Factor' Bosses 'Pressured Cheryl Fernandez-Versini' To Save Chloe Jasmine During Boot Camp 'Six Chair Challenge'

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was put under pressure by ‘X Factor’ bosses to put Chloe Jasmine through to the “judges’ houses” stage of the competition, it has been alleged.

During Friday night’s show, viewers watched as Cheryl ditched Chloe during the “six chair challenge”, only to change her mind and bring her back at the last minute, at the expense of Orla Keogh.

Chloe Jasmine

However, while it might have looked like the Geordie judge made the call herself, it’s been claimed that she decided to give Chloe a second chance after producers piled on the pressure.

“The mood in the audience was already pretty toxic and after that it looked like there was going to be a riot. Tensions were high.”

Cheryl felt the pressure at Boot Camp

It has been previously reported that Chloe had been given an unfair advantage during this year’s auditions, when she was given a second chance to perform for the panel after her first attempt was reportedly “a car crash”.

Chloe first auditioned for ‘The X Factor’ in 2006 - the year Leona Lewis was crowned the winner - but was given a stern dressing down by an unimpressed Simon Cowell after her performance.

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