1. Anton Paulo Antenorcruz, 19, a worker in Singapore, who sang Guy Sebastian’s “Angels Brought Me Here” in the auditions.
2. Jeric Medina, who performed South Border’s R&B ballad “Love of My Life.”
3. Michael Pangilinan, 16, who sang Eric Clapton’s “Wonderful Tonight.”
4. Gabriel Maturan from Dapitan City, who sang Jason Mraz’s hit “I’m Yours.”
5. Kedebon Colim, 18, who performed One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.”

OVER 25’s
6. Paolo Castro
7. Modesto Taran
8. Mark Mabasa, 26, who performed Leon Russell’s “A Song For You.”
9. Christine Ledesma, who also sang “Over The Rainbow” from the movie “The Wizard of Oz.”
10. Joan Da, 26, who performed Jewel’s “You Were Meant For Me.”

11. Kristine Zenny “KZ” Tandingan
12. Allen Jane Sta. Maria, 17, who performed Keri Hilson’s “Turn My Swag On.”
13. Jerriane Mae Templo, 21, who performed Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.”
14. Abigail Mendoza, 23, who sang Heart’s “All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You.”
15. Maria Angelica Prado, who received standing a ovation from the four judges for Coldplay’s “The Scientist.”

16. Take-Off, who performed Taio’s “Dynamite.”
17. Sweet Bliss, who performed Beyonce’s “End of Time.”
18. 5th Avids, who performed of Mary Mary’s “Shackles (Praise You).”
19. Daddy’s Home, composed of four fathers, who wowed the judges with two songs — Gary Valenciano’s”Sana Maulit Muli” and Boyz II Men’s “I’ll Make Love To You.”
20. Lucky Girls, a new group formed by mentor-judges.

“X Factor Philippines” is ABS-CBN’s version of hit singing competition “The X Factor, “which first aired in United Kingdom in 2004.

“The X Factor Philippines” airs Saturdays after “Maalaala Mo Kaya” and Sundays after “Sarah G Live.”