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It's back! The first week of X Factor auditions got underway on Saturday (August 29) with the usual revelry taking over Twitter.
There were highs, lows and the usual staple of strange contestants - yes, we'll be seeing more of Techno Susan...
The X Factor 2015 video round up: Relive the best (and worst) auditions from Saturday night's show
Digital Spy was watching Twitter during the show and has compiled the best viewer comments from the first week of X Factor auditions below:
People were excited for the (brief) return of Wagner and his (lack of) backing dancers in the opening credits:
— Louise Davies (@LouiseeDaviess) August 29, 2015
But miss, miss! He's got dancers! is that allowed?! Wagner never needed them....#justsaying #xfactor
— stellacreasy (@stellacreasy) August 29, 2015
If Wagner was allowed backing dancers at his audition, »
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Goals from Marko Arnautovic and Mame Diouf secured a sensational five minute comeback as Stoke fought back from two goals down against Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs will regret not putting the game out of Mark Hughes’ side’s reach as they squandered a hatful of clear-cut opportunities in what proved to be a very entertaining fixture.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side took the leader in the 19th minute after Eric Dier’s header from a Christian Eriksen corner flew past Jack Butland and into the net.
Spurs’ lead was doubled when Nacer Chadli volleyed the ball home after a Ben Davies cross found him at the back post.
Stoke’s revival started after they were awarded a penalty in the 77th minute after Toby Alderweireld brought down Joselu.
Arnautovic scored from the penalty spot and just five minutes later Diouf levelled after heading home from a Stephen Ireland cross. »
- Matt Smith
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