X Factor 2012: Tulisa Contostavlos believes she can win the competition as he gets the girls as acts through the judges houses are revealed

'Get in there!' Tulisa Contostavlos vows to win X Factor for a second time with the girls as acts through the judges' houses are revealed

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23:18 GMT, 23 September 2012

She won last year with Little Mix after mentoring the groups category and Tulisa Constavlos believes she can win the X Factor for the second year in a row.

The 24-year-old singer was thrilled to learn she had landed the girls on tonight's episode of the show.

Simon Cowell made a brief return to the UK show, calling the judges to inform them which categories they had got and Tulisa couldn't stop screaming when she learned she would be supporting the females.

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Delighted! Tulisa Contstavlos was overjoyed to learn she had bagged the girls group

Delighted! Tulisa Contstavlos was overjoyed to learn she had bagged the girls group

She gushed: 'Get in there. Thank you very much Simon, I won’t let you down.'

She added: 'Before, I said to myself there is no way I can win two years in a
row, never going to happen. But my category is so strong that it’s
actually possible.'

Tulisa's group includes 16-year-old Ella Henderson, Amy Mottram, Jade Collins, Lucy Spraggan, Leanne Robinson and Jade Ellis, who all wowed the judges with their vocal ability, originality and personality.

Here come the girls:

Here come the girls:

Overwhelmed: Jade Collins, Lucy Spraggan and Jade Elliswere delighted to be through to the next stage in the competition

Overwhelmed: Jade Collins, Lucy Spraggan and Jade Elliswere delighted to be through to the next stage in the competition

Overwhelmed: Jade Collins, Lucy Spraggan and Jade Elliswere delighted to be through to the next stage in the competition

Overwhelmed: Jade Collins, Lucy Spraggan and Jade Ellis were delighted to be through to the next stage in the competition

Gary Barlow was given the over 28's, Nicole Scherzinger took the boys while Louis Walsh was handed the groups.

The Take That singer and writer seemed pleased with the mature group of singers and said: 'Oh wow. Brilliant! That is good news to my ears.'

'I feel like in recent years, the overs has become a bit of a joke
category and I really want to restore what the overs should be this
year. There are people over 28 with talent!’

Gary will be working with Kye Sones, Melanie Masson, Nicola Marie, Brad Shackleton, Carolynne Poole and Christopher Maloney.

Happy chappy: Gary Barlow was given the overs, while Louis Walsh took the group category

Happy chappy: Gary Barlow was given the overs, while Louis Walsh took the group category

Happy chappy: Gary Barlow was given the over 28's, while Louis Walsh took the group category

It's not over yet: Gary Barlow is thrilled to be working with the over 28s

It's not over yet: Gary Barlow is thrilled to be working with the over 28s

He does know his groups: Louis didn't expect to get the groups

He does know his groups: Louis didn't expect to get the groups

Nicole had expressed that she wanted the girl category but after being given the boys she said: 'I wasn’t expecting that. I’m stoked. I’m super stoked. I’m excited.'

The former Pussycat singer will be mentoring James Arthur, Jahmene Douglas, Nathan Fagan-Gayle, Adam Burrdidge, Rylan Clark and Jake Quickenden.

Louis, who managed Westlife and Boyzone got the groups – a category he wasn't prepared for.

He said: 'I got the groups. I wasn’t expecting the groups. But I’m happy. I’m going to work hard, and yeah, it’s going to be great.'

The boys eh Nicole had said she wanted the girls but did say she was stoked to get the guys

The boys eh Nicole had said she wanted the girls but did say she was stoked to get the guys

He's back! Simon Cowell returns to the UK show to let the judges know what category

He's back! Simon Cowell returns to the UK show to let the judges know what category

When the judges deliberated over the groups they told five acts they had made it through before asking two bands to battle it out for the final place.

Mitsotu, Duke, MK1, Poisonous Twins, and Rough Copy all landed spots at the next stage of the competition but Gary Barlow told GMD3 and Triple J that they must battle it out in a sing off.

Triple J sang I Wanna See You Tonight while GMD3 performed That God Blessed The Open Road

Gary then told the group their fate: ‘OK guys, you have been neck in neck throughout this competition and I’m sorry it has come down to this, but we have to pick one of you right now. The act taking the last place of judge’s houses of the groups is….GMD3. '

The remaining 24 acts heading to the judges' houses

The Girls

Ella Henderson

Amy Mottram

Jade Collins

Lucy Spraggan

Leanne Robinson

Jade Ellis

The Boys

James Arthur

Jahmene Douglas

Nathan Fagan-Gayle

Adam Burrdidge

Rylan Clark

Jake Quickenden

The Over 28's

Kye Sones

Melanie Masson

Nicola Marie

Brad Shackleton

Carolynne Poole

Christopher Maloney

The Groups

Mitsotu

Duke

MK1

Poisonous Twins

Rough Copy

GMD3