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X Factor: Audience Wait Hours For Six Chair Challenge Before Simon Cowell Calls Off Filming

X Factor’s infamous Six Chair Challenge is always a task fraught with tension, anger and frustration for the contestants, but this year, even the audience were left waiting for a seat.

If that’s not enough, the SSE Wembley Arena was allegedly only half full for filming on Sunday, with Simon Cowell eventually calling off the challenge when he decided there was ‘no crowd reaction’.

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Well, it wouldn’t be The X Factor with some drama, right?

The Sun reports that the audience for Nicole Scherzinger’s part of the challenge, where she had to pick just six boys to take to judges’ houses, was sparse after those with tickets had to wait over three hours.

The session was reportedly due to begin at 5pm, but was delayed until 10.20pm after Sharon Osbourne was left ‘shaken’ by the reaction to her Overs category decisions.

An insider said some fans left within ten minutes of entering the arena at 9.30pm, and that producers had to do many, many takes of audience reactions (including them chanting ‘seat’) before anymore decided to leave.

The awkward moment that #XFactor have to cancel the six chair challenge because most of the audience left!

— Jak Ball (@Jakfirst)

July 10, 2016

@Jakfirst a crisis meeting with Simon Cowell to decide whether or not to postpone the six chair challenge #XFactor

— Jak Ball (@Jakfirst)

July 10, 2016

@xsamuelking shocking! Spent more time waiting to get in than actually watching singers

— Jak Ball (@Jakfirst)

July 11, 2016

Simon eventually ended filming after half the acts had performed by midnight, with an audience member telling the paper: “Simon seemed to be tired and bored by the amount of time he’d spent in the studio.”

Yikes. We’ll have to wait and see how it all played out when The X Factor returns later this year.