X FACTOR producers were forced to cancel last night’s vote after technical issues with the sound on the show.
The performances of both X Factor’s Danny Tetley and Anthony Russell were effected by the sound issues, with ITV viewers claiming they sounded like ‘daleks’.
This led to X Factor bosses cancelling last night’s vote, as some claimed it wouldn’t be fair.
However, they have confirmed that the voting will be opened on tonight’s show in a new statement.
Bosses also that each one of last night’s performances from the remaining contestants will be played out in full again tonight.
“Each of last night’s performances from our 12 contestants will be played out in full on tonight’s X Factor before the public vote opens”
X Factor spokesperson
An X Factor spokesperson said: “Each of last night’s performances from our 12 contestants will be played out in full on tonight’s X Factor before the public vote opens.
“This follows the sound issues on part of last night’s show.”
A statement was also posted on the X Factor Twitter page after the issues.
It read: “We apologise for the technical issue that affected the sound on part of tonight’s episode of The X Factor. We are investigating why this happened.
“We can confirm Saturday’s public vote has been cancelled and will instead open in Sunday’s show at 8.30pm on ITV.”
Viewers went online to complain about the sound during the show yesterday.
One Twitter user said: “Two contestants performances ruined by that creepy sound! So unfair!”
While another added: “They sound like robots on The X Factor.”
A third chimed in: “I feel so bad, the contestants depend on there performance and your audio has ruined two of them. Sort it out X factor! The vote won’t be fair this week.”
X Factor was reportedly re-corded last night so judge Robbie Williams could be a part of the show before flying to South Africa for some pre-arranged tour dates.
He is apparently set to be replaced on tonight’s live panel by Chic star Nile Rodgers.
X Factor’s results show airs tonight on ITV at 8:30pm.