Cheryl Fernandez-Versini dazzles on X Factor in glittering blue dress
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini stole the show on Sunday night’s X Factor results show
The judge flaunted her new dark brunette locks, which contrasted beautifully with the eye-catching gown.
Cinched in at the waist, the outfit emphasised the 31-year-old’s curves and the cute mini style accentuated her slim legs.
Cheryl dazzled in the sparkling dress as her final act in the competition, Lauren Platt, was saved during the sing off on Sunday night’s result show.
Cheryl showed off her newly darkened hair
Fellow judge Mel B was also dressed to impress
The Geordie beauty finished her look with a pair of silver metallic heels.
And she wasn’t the only judge to make an impression with her costume choice.
Fellow judge Mel B also turned heads in a skin tight, nude coloured dress.
Clinging to every curve, the figure-hugging number showed off her toned body.
Mel chose to send Lauren Platt home while Cheryl stuck by her act
The schoolgirl won her place in the X Factor semi final
The 39-year-old accessorised with matching nude heels and an over-sized gold watch.
With her hair tied neatly back, the former Spice Girl revealed a pair of blinging diamond earrings.
It wasn’t a good night for Louis Walsh, who saw his last remaining act in the competition sent home.
Boy band Stereo Kicks lost out on a place in the semi-final after singing I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz.
Lauren Platt impressed the judges with her version of Queen Latifah’s I Know Where I’ve Been from the movie Hairspray.
Stereo Kicks were sent home in deadlock
Cheryl had some words of warning to give to the 17-year-old schoolgirl before she sang, telling her: “I think Lauren needs to take herself back to the moment she was just in her bedroom and thinking about being on this show.”
Louis and Mel B chose to send Lauren home, while Cheryl stuck by her act – leaving Simon Cowell with the deciding vote.
Simon then took the vote to deadlock, and it was revealed Stereo Kicks would be leaving the competition.
On hearing the news, the eight-man band said: “Every act now is amazing, it was always going to be hard tonight.”
Lauren will join Fleur East, Andrea Faustini and Ben Haenow in the semi-final in the next round of the competition.