Table dancing, a twerkathon and a standing ovation: A first look at The X Factor 2015 auditions as ITV release new trailer
Excitement for the new series of The X Factor 2015 has been building since the new and improved judging panel was announced in June.
But the wait is almost over as the start date for the series has been confirmed as Saturday 29th August in a brand-new trailer, released by ITV on Thursday.
Viewers have been treated to a first look at the auditions which were held at Wembley Arena over the course of a few weeks and the series will not disappoint if the clip is anything to go by.
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Getting carried away: One contestant attempts to prowl across the judging panel in the first look at The X Factor 2015 auditions
New recruits Nick Grimshaw - who takes Louis Walsh's seat - and Rita Ora, who fills Mel B's shoes, join pint-sized Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell in welcoming a fresh bunch of singing hopefuls to the stage.
The audience can look forward to the most outrageous set of auditionees yet as table dancing and a twerkathon are just some of the delights featured in the teaser.
But amid the gimmicks, there are some real contenders with Rita telling one hopeful: 'This audition has just changed your life.'
Four cheers for the new X Factor trailer: Nick Grimshaw, Rita Ora, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Simon Cowell rise to their feet as they welcome a fresh bunch of auditionees
As observant as ever: Cheryl comments, 'you twerked up a storm in here tonight, didn't you?,' after one particularly bootylicious performance.'
Cheryl is as observant as ever and remarks: 'You twerked up a storm in here tonight, didn't you?,' after one particularly bootylicious performance.
Nick and Rita don't take long to get into the swing of things and are seen dancing out of their seats.
The BBC Radio 1 presenter welcomes the performers' gifts more than anything and one segment sees him playfully nudge the Body On Me hit-maker in the nose with an ice cream.
Hands in the hair like I just don't care: The new recruits don't take long to get into the swing of things and are seen dancing out of their seats
All in the name of banter: The BBC Radio 1 presenter welcomes the performers' gifts more than anything and one segment sees him playfully nudge the Body On Me hit-maker in the nose with an ice cream
Blown away: Simon tells one successful singer, 'I'm going to remember this audition for a very long time'
Simon remains his typically professional self and concentrates with the task in hand.
'I'm going to remember this audition for a very long time,' the father-of-one tells one successful singer.
Caroline Flack and Olly Murs appear to have settled into their new presenting roles well with the on-screen chemistry between the two rife.
Their enthusiasm and words of advice are just what the contestants need to settle their nerves.
Catch the first episode of The X Factor 2015 on Saturday 29th August
Settling in well: Caroline Flack and Olly Murs offer one contestant some words of advice ahead of her performance
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