X Factor 2013 Episode 6 Airs Tonight; Plus Partial Show Schedule| September 26, 2013 at 9:00 AM EST
The X Factor 2013 auditions concluded Wednesday night and the 200 contestants will soon learn that they’re not only being cut in half, they’re being HACKED down to 40.
“After [tonight] 40 #xfactor acts will remain and go to the #4ChairChallenge,” the official X Factor USA twitter tweeted last night.
That means the judges, Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio, will have to agree on the Top 40 acts. Broken down, that means only 10 acts from each category – Boys, Girls, Over 25s and Groups – will be selected to move forward in the competition. We’ll also learn which judges will be in charge of which categories.
Be sure to be back here with us tonight as we’ll have your full recap and introduce you to The X Factor 2013 Top 40. And as always, stay locked here for all of your X Factor 2013 news, spoilers, gossip and recaps.
Who are your favorites so far? And which judge do you want to see with witch category?
- Thursday, Sept. 26: Judges’ Deliberations – Top 40 Revealed
- Wednesday, Oct. 2: Four Chair Challenge, Part 1
- Thursday, Oct. 3: Four Chair Challenge, Part 2
- Wednesday, Oct. 9: Four Chair Challenge, Part 3
- Thursday, Oct. 10: Four Chair Challenge, Part 4
- Tuesday, Oct. 29: FIRST LIVE SHOW – Top 16 Acts Perform
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