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Little Mix, who became the first group to win in 2011, have sold 3.3 million albums globally.Last year's winner Johnson is currently working on her debut album."The X Factor, and Dermot, are an important part of the ITV family, and we're really looking forward to welcoming them back to our screens this autumn." The X Factor has discovered and shaped a number of big stars over the years.To date, One Direction - who finished third in 2010 - have sold 70 million records worldwide.She is also the voice of Princess Anna in the Finnish version of the Disney classic as well as performing with Adam Lambert, and concerts with Andrea Bocelli and Jose Carreras.She has published and recorded five albums on her own Music Label and has most recently signed with Sony Music.Thames TV managing director and interim Fremantle Media UK CEO Richard Holloway said: "Dermot is a much-loved part of The X Factor and one of the best presenters in the business."We're thrilled he's back on board for our new series." ITV Director of Television Kevin Lygo said: "ITV has an enviable raft of entertainment formats, and a fantastic range of talented presenters.
Saara who recently got engaged to her girlfriend Meri Sopanen is a Finnish singer and songwriter who has taken part in The Voice Finland alongside competing twice in Finland’s national selection for Eurovision and most recently was the runner-up of X Factor.
As well as welcoming the judges, it was fantastic to see so much Scottish talent coming through our doors.
Good luck to all the performers who made it through to Boot Camp! Make sure you tune in to see the Assembly Rooms take centre stage!
Acts can apply via https://application.xfactor.tv/ and can audition either by submitting a video or by attending a mobile or open audition.
The open audition tour will be visiting eight cities, starting on April 7 at Hampden Park in Glasgow followed by Birmingham, Cardiff, Dublin, Newcastle, London, Manchester and Liverpool.Assembly Rooms Edinburgh was flooded with screaming fans this week as the X Factor judges descended on Edinburgh to film the second round of auditions for this year's show.Crowds began arriving in the early hours, with some dedicated youngsters camping out all night to ensure they had a prime spot to meet their favourite judge.ITV has also revealed that the intimate room auditions will make a comeback in the upcoming series, sparing auditionees the trauma of a baying arena crowd, at least in the early stages.