X FACTOR favourite Grace Davies seemingly made it through to the dreaded 'six-chair challenge' — but her audition in front of the 4,000-strong Wembley crowd did not make it into the final cut of Sunday's show.

Viewers took to social media to question why she wasn't on the show.

Charlie Webb tweeted: "Gonna have to wait until next weekend for my faves to be shown @gracedavies."

Mark Loosemoore added: "We was robbed. What, no @gracedavies? Obviously so good she's gone straight through to the live shows!"

Grace herself wrote: "Lol fingers crossed they show me."

The warehouse worker, who wowed the judges in the opening show of the new series with her own song 'Roots', sung James Arthur's 'Say You Won't Let Go' with three others on Saturday's show.

But after making it through the first stage of bootcamp, viewers did not get to see Grace's Wembley Arena performance.

However, the trailer for next week's show revealed that Grace did indeed make it through.

A clip from so-called 'six-chair challenge' — when judges choose who will make it through to the next stage — showed Grace smiling but with her head in her hands.

The former Clitheroe Royal Grammar School pupil was named as the bookies' favourite to win the show earlier this month.

The singer has already tasted the limelight earlier in her fledgling career.

Her song ‘Drop That’ was aired on BBC Radio One and it was signed by Sony Music Entertainment and Get Twisted Records.

Grace used to gig every Friday at Angles Restaurant in Longridge also had success in 2015 when her cover of ‘Hello’ by Adele went viral, reaching almost 11 million views on SoundCloud. To date the track has more than 51 million views.