The X Factor (Australia season 8)

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The X Factor
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Season 8
Broadcast from3 October (2016-10-03) –
21 November 2016 (2016-11-21)
Judges
Host(s)Jason Dundas
BroadcasterSeven Network
Winner
Isaiah Firebrace
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OriginMoama, New South Wales
Song"It's Gotta Be You"
Genre(s)Pop, Soul
MentorAdam Lambert
Runner-up
Davey Woder
Chronology

The X Factor was an Australian television reality music competition, based on the original UK series, to find new singing talent; the winner of which received a Sony Music Australia recording contract.[1] The eighth and final season, branded as X Factor: Next Generation, premiered on Seven Network on 3 October 2016.[2] Jason Dundas replaced Luke Jacobz as host; with the judging panel consisting of Guy Sebastian, Iggy Azalea, Adam Lambert and Mel B. The winner was Isaiah Firebrace and his winner's single "It's Gotta Be You" was released after the final. He was mentored by Lambert, who won as mentor for the first time.

Judges and host[edit]

In February 2016, reports claimed that Seven Network was mulling over whether or not to delay the series' planned eighth season until 2017.[3] It was later confirmed that The X Factor will return in 2016.[4]

Dannii Minogue reported that she would not be returning to the programme after three series on the judging panel.[4] On 12 June 2016, Iggy Azalea was announced as her replacement.[5] On 20 June, Guy Sebastian revealed that he would be returning to the show for his fifth season as a judge.[6] The following day, Adam Lambert was confirmed to be the third judge for the eighth season.[7] On 11 October 2016, shortly before the three-seat challenge, former judge Mel B was announced as the "underdog judge", after months of rumours, whereby three acts who failed to secure a seat in this challenge can be recruited by her for inclusion in the "underdogs" category.[8]

On 24 November 2015, Luke Jacobz announced on his Twitter account that he would not be returning as the host for the eighth season in 2016.[9] On 25 June 2016, Jason Dundas was announced as Jacobz's replacement.[10]

Selection process[edit]

Open auditions in front of the show's producers took place in 17 cities and ran from 18 April to 21 May 2016.

Auditions[edit]

Open auditions[edit]

Open auditions began on 18 April in Geelong and concluded on 21 May 2016 in Melbourne.

City Dates Venue
Geelong 18 April 2016 Novotel Geelong
Ballarat 19 April 2016 Mercure Ballarat
Bendigo 20 April 2016 All Seasons Bendigo
Wagga Wagga 21 April 2016 Commercial Club
Orange 22 April 2016 Orange Ex-Services Club
Gosford 26 April 2016 The Youth Arts Warehouse, Regional Youth Support Services Inc
Port Macquarie 27 April 2016 Rydges Port Macquarie
Gold Coast 30 April 2016 Brisbane Sofitel
Toowoomba 2 May 2016 Burke & Wills Hotel
Bundaberg 3 May 2016 Brothers Sports Club
Sydney 7 May 2016 Sydney Olympic Park
Cairns 11 May 2016 Shangri-La Hotel
Darwin 13 May 2016 Oaks Elan Darwin
Perth 15 May 2016 Parmelia Hilton Perth
Bunbury 17 May 2016 Mercure Sanctuary Resort
Adelaide 19 May 2016 AAMI Stadium
Melbourne 21 May 2016 Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Center

Judges' auditions[edit]

Judges' auditions took at Sydney Olympic Park from 29 June to 1 July and again from 5 to 6 July 2016.

City Dates Venue
Sydney 29 June to 1 July 2016 Sydney Olympic Park
5 to 6 July 2016

Bootcamp[edit]

Bootcamp was briefly shown during the last audition episode, where the judges found out which category they would mentor. Once the judges found out their categories, they had each of their acts sing acapella for their judge and once everyone sang, the category judge narrowed their category down to 12 acts who would move on to the Three Chair Challenge.

Three seat challenge[edit]

The three seat challenge round of the competition was held at the Sydney Olympic Park between 28 and 29 July 2016. This will be a replacement as the super home visits used in previous seasons. Three acts who were not successful were recruited by underdog judge Mel B.

Key:

     – Contestant was immediately eliminated after performance without given a seat
     – Contestant was given a seat but swapped out later in the competition and eventually eliminated
     – Contestant was given a seat and made the final three of their own category
 Bold  – Contestant did not make the final three of their own category but was later saved by Mel B
Contestants performances on the three-seat challenge
Episode Category (mentor) Act Order Song Mentor's decision Swapped with
Episode 6
(October 11)
16-21s (Lambert) Isaiah Firebrace 1 "If I Ain't Got You" Put in seat 1
Episode 7
(October 16)
Bailey Spalding 2 ""Heroes"" Put in seat 2
Maddison Milewski 3 "Who Wants to Live Forever" Put in seat 3
Benny Nelson 4 "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" Eliminated
James Kernick 5 "If I Ain't Got You" Eliminated
Veronica Bravo 6 "Should've Been Us" Eliminated
Vlado Saric 7 "Wildest Dreams" Put in seat 3 Maddison Milewski
Janae Rosa 8 "I'd Rather Go Blind" Eliminated
Mi-kaisha Masella 9 "Sledgehammer" Eliminated
Ivy Adara 10 "Remind Me" Put in seat 3 Vlado Saric
Amalia Foy 11 "Piece by Piece" Put in seat 2 Bailey Spalding
Natalie Ong 12 "I'd Rather Go Blind" Put in seat 3 Ivy Adara
Episode 8
(October 17)
Groups (Azalea) Beatz 13 "Me Too" Put in seat 1
Fifth Element 14 "FourFiveSeconds" Eliminated
Brentwood 15 "Lush Life" Put in seat 2
IndiElla 16 "Don't Worry About Me" Put in seat 3
Aroza 17 "See You Again" Eliminated
The Dennis Sisters 18 "Fire and the Flood" Eliminated
FD3 19 "Waiting for a Star to Fall" Eliminated
Time & Place 20 "You Don't Know Love" Put in seat 3 IndiElla
Montage 21 "Break Free" Put in seat 1 Beatz
Episode 9
(October 18)
Over 22s (Sebastian) Ruby Mills 22 "When We Were Young" Put in seat 1
Calvin Orosa 23 "Can't Stop the Feeling!" Put in seat 2
Davey Woder 24 "Stand by Me" Put in seat 3
Trojahn Tuna 25 Send My Love (To Your New Lover) Eliminated
Stevie 26 Englishman in New York Eliminated
Josh 27 Human Eliminated
Omar Terzic 28 "To Love Somebody" Eliminated
Naisa Lasalosi 29 "Love Me Harder" Put in seat 2 Calvin Orosa
Zebulen Howell 30 "Stole the Show" Put in seat 1 Ruby Mills
Miss Powers 31 "Fame" Eliminated
Dave Stergo 32 "Running Up That Hill" Eliminated
Chynna Taylor 33 "My Hero" Put in seat 2 Naisa Lasalosi
Timmy Knowles 34 "Love on the Brain" Put in seat 1 Zebulen Howell

Finalists[edit]

Key:

     - Winner
     - Runner-up
     - Third place
Category (Mentor) Acts
16-21s (Lambert) Isaiah Firebrace Amalia Foy Natalie Ong
Over 22s (Sebastian) Timmy Knowles Chynna Taylor Davey Woder
Groups (Azalea) AYA* Brentwood Time and Place
Underdogs (Mel B) Beatz Maddison Milewski Vlado

*AYA (originally named Chai) was previously known as Montage. Their name was changed a second time after the three-seat challenge.

Live shows[edit]

The live shows began airing on 23 October 2016. Initially, ten live shows were planned, but they were cut down to five, due to scheduling conflicts. Guy Sebastian mentored the Over 22s, Iggy Azalea mentored the Groups and Adam Lambert mentored the 16-21s. Mel B was announced as the mentor of the Underdogs category, where she chose three acts who were eliminated in the three-seat challenge, join her category; the finalists of this category were not revealed until the first live show.[11] The live shows concluded on 21 November 2016, where this would be the final episode of The X Factor to be aired, after the programme was cancelled in January 2017 due to declining ratings.

Results summary[edit]

Colour key
     – Contestant announced as safe
     – Contestant in the bottom two/three and had to perform again in the final showdown
     – Contestant received the fewest public votes and was immediately eliminated (no final showdown)
Weekly results per contestant
Contestant Week 1[12]1 Week 2[13] Week 3[14] Week 4[15] Week 5
Isaiah Firebrace Safe Safe Safe Safe Winner
Davey Woder Safe Safe Safe Safe Runner-up
Vlado Safe Safe Safe Bottom two 3rd
Amalia Foy Safe Safe Safe Safe 4th
Beatz Safe 7th 5th Bottom two Eliminated (week 4)
Chynna Taylor Safe Safe 6th Eliminated (week 3)
Brentwood Safe Safe 7th Eliminated (week 3)
AYA Safe 8th Eliminated (week 2)
Timmy Knowles Eliminated Eliminated (week 1)
Maddison Milewski Eliminated Eliminated (week 1)
Natalie Ong Eliminated Eliminated (week 1)
Time and Place Eliminated Eliminated (week 1)
Final showdown No final showdown; public eliminates one act from each category Beatz Chynna Taylor Beatz No bottom two/judges' vote; public votes alone decide who wins
AYA Beatz Vlado
Judges voted to Eliminate Send through
Lambert's vote Beatz Beatz Vlado
Sebastian's vote AYA Beatz Vlado
Azalea's vote Beatz Chynna Taylor Vlado
Mel B's vote AYA Chynna Taylor N/A2
Eliminated Timmy Knowles
Fewest public votes
Over 22s
AYA
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
Brentwood
Public vote
Beatz
0 of 3 votes
Minority
Isaiah Firebrace
Winner
Maddison Milewski
Fewest public votes
Underdogs
Davey Woder
Runner-up
Natalie Ong
Fewest public votes
16-21s
Chynna Taylor
2 of 4 votes
Deadlock
Vlado
Third Place
Time and Place
Fewest public votes
Groups
Amalia Foy
Fourth Place

Notes

  • 1 In week 1, one act from each category was eliminated, hence each category was ranked individually.
  • 2 Mel B was not required to vote as there was already a Majority.

Live show details[edit]

Week 1 (23/24 October)[edit]

One act from each category was eliminated from the competition after the first show, as voted by viewers[18]

Contestants' performances on the first live show
Act Order Song Result
Beatz 1 "Sax" Safe
Timmy Knowles 2 "Hands to Myself" Eliminated
Amalia Foy 3 "Angel" Safe
Time and Place 4 "Ride" Eliminated
Chynna Taylor 5 "Open Arms" Safe
Maddison Milewski 6 "Addicted to You" Eliminated
Isaiah Firebrace 7 "Lay It All on Me" Safe
AYA 8 "Secret Love Song" Safe
Vlado 9 "Closer" Safe
Brentwood 10 "Say It" Safe
Davey Woder 11 "With a Little Help from My Friends" Safe
Natalie Ong 12 "When Love Takes Over" Eliminated

Week 2 (30/31 October)[edit]

Contestants' performances on the second live show
Act Order Song Result
AYA 1 "End of Time" Bottom two
Vlado 2 "Into You" Safe
Chynna Taylor 3 "Pride (In the Name of Love)" Safe
Amalia Foy 4 "Frozen" Safe
Brentwood 5 "Latch" Safe
Davey Woder 6 "Small Bump" Safe
Beatz 7 "If You Love Me"/"Whip My Hair" Bottom two
Isaiah Firebrace 8 "Let It Be" Safe
Final showdown details
Act Order Song Result
Beatz 1 "Bang Bang" Safe
AYA 2 "Domino" Eliminated
Judges' vote to eliminate
  • Mel B: AYA – backed her own act, Beatz
  • Azalea: Beatz – backed her own act, AYA
  • Lambert: Beatz – said AYA have stronger vocals
  • Sebastian: AYA – took vote to deadlock

With each act receiving two votes, the result was reverted to the earlier public vote. AYA received the fewest votes and were eliminated.

Week 3 (6/7 November)[edit]

The viewers were given the power to choose this week's songs.[21]

Dundas confirmed during Sunday's live show that this week would be a double elimination.[22]

Choices for jukebox week
Act Song choices[23] Result
Amalia Foy "You've Got the Love" Not chosen
"Mamma Mia" Chosen
Beatz "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Chosen
"I Gotta Feeling" Not chosen
Brentwood "September" Not chosen
"Go Your Own Way" Chosen
Chynna Taylor "Mercy" Chosen
"The Horses" Not chosen
Davey Woder "Working Class Man" Chosen
"Better Man" Not chosen
Isaiah Firebrace "No Woman, No Cry" Not chosen
"Happy" Chosen
Vlado "Love Yourself" Not chosen
"Thriller" Chosen
Contestants' performances on the third live show
Act Order Song Result
Chynna Taylor 1 "Mercy" Bottom three
Brentwood 2 "Go Your Own Way" Eliminated
Beatz 3 "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Bottom three
Amalia Foy 4 "Mamma Mia" Safe
Davey Woder 5 "Working Class Man" Safe
Isaiah Firebrace 6 "Happy" Safe
Vlado 7 "Thriller" Safe
Final showdown details
Act Order Song Result
Chynna Taylor 1 "What's Up?" Eliminated
Beatz 2 "Fighter" Safe
Judges' vote to eliminate
  • Sebastian: Beatz – backed his own act, Chynna Taylor
  • Mel B: Chynna Taylor – backed her own act, Beatz
  • Azalea: Chynna Taylor – wanted a group to stay in the competition
  • Lambert: Beatz – took vote to deadlock

With each act receiving two votes, the result was reverted to the earlier public vote. Chynna Taylor received the fewest votes and was eliminated. With Brentwood's elimination, Azalea has no more acts left after Time and Place left in Week 1 and AYA left in Week 2.

Week 4: Semi-Final (13/14 November)[edit]

For the first time this season, the contestants will sing two songs each.

Contestants' performances on the fourth live show
Act Order Killer Track song Order Curveball song Result
Davey Woder 1 "Fortunate Son" 6 "Billie Jean" Safe
Amalia Foy 2 "Brave" 9 "Faded" Safe
Vlado 7 "Perfect Strangers" 3 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Bottom two
Isaiah Firebrace 8 "A Change Is Gonna Come" 4 "FourFiveSeconds" Safe
Beatz 5 "Move" 10 "Walk This Way" Bottom two
Final showdown details
Act Order Song Result
Beatz 1 "Survivor" Eliminated
Vlado 2 "Cold Water" Safe
Judges' vote to send through
  • Lambert: Vlado – said he had to "trust his gut"
  • Azalea: Vlado – has said multiple times he is her favourite in the competition
  • Sebastian: Vlado – also trusted his gut feeling
  • Mel B: was not required to vote as there was already a majority

Week 5: Grand Final (20/21 November)[edit]

20 November
Contestants' performances on the fifth live show
Act Order Showstopper song Order Duet song
Amalia Foy 1 "Set Fire to the Rain" 5 "Boom Clap" (with Charli XCX)
Vlado 6 "Closer" 2 "Say You Won't Let Go" (with James Arthur)
Davey Woder 3 "7 Years" 7 "Angels" (with Robbie Williams)
Isaiah Firebrace 8 "Halo" 4 "Wake Me Up" (with Jessica Mauboy)
21 November
Act Order Winner's song Result
Amalia Foy N/A N/A (already eliminated) Fourth Place
Vlado N/A N/A (already eliminated) Third Place
Isaiah Firebrace 1 "It's Gotta Be You" Winner
Davey Woder 2 "Coming Home" Runner-up

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Ratings data is from OzTAM and represents the average viewership from the 5 largest Australian metropolitan centres (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide).

X-Factor Australia (Season 8) ratings, with overnight ratings and timeshift viewers.
Week Episode Air date Overnight ratings Timeshift ratings Source
Viewers Rank Viewers Overall Rank
1 1 "Auditions 1" 3 October 2016 904,000 #6 60,000 964,000 #8 [26][27]
2 "Auditions 2" 4 October 2016 895,000 #6 45,000 940,000 #7 [28][29]
3 "Auditions 3" 5 October 2016 809,000 #7 34,000 843,000 #8 [30][31]
2 4 "Auditions 4" 9 October 2016 914,000 #7 28,000 941,000 #8 [32][33]
5 "Auditions 5" 10 October 2016 833,000 #7 39,000 872,000 #9 [34][35]
6 "Auditions 6" 11 October 2016 838,000 #7 43,000 881,000 #7 [36][37]
3 7 "Three seat challenge 1" 16 October 2016 815,000 #5 30,000 845,000 #5 [38][39]
8 "Three seat challenge 2" 17 October 2016 798,000 #8 43,000 841,000 #8 [40][41]
9 "Three seat challenge 3" 18 October 2016 806,000 #8 41,000 847,000 #7 [42][43]
4 10 "Live show 1" 23 October 2016 752,000 #6 30,000 782,000 #6 [44][45]
11 "Live decider 1" 24 October 2016 756,000 #10 64,000 820,000 #9 [46][47]
5 12 "Live show 2" 30 October 2016 676,000 #7 44,000 720,000 #7 [48][49]
13 "Live decider 2" 31 October 2016 603,000 #14 54,000 657,000 #15 [50][51]
6 14 "Live show 3" 6 November 2016 700,000 #7 32,000 732,000 #6 [52][53]
15 "Live decider 3" 7 November 2016 732,000 #10 53,000 785,000 #11 [54][55]
7 16 "Live show 4" 13 November 2016 559,000 #10 24,000 578,000 #9 [56][57]
17 "Live decider 4" 14 November 2016 697,000 #11 17,000 715,000 #12 [58][59]
8 18 "Live grand final" 20 November 2016 665,000 #6 24,000 677,000 #6 [60][61]
19 "Live grand final decider" 21 November 2016 751,000 #11 27,000 779,000 #10 [62][63]

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