X Factor: The Band: Nicole Scherzinger puts on a VERY busty display in a plunging black gown

She’s known for turning heads with her stunning fashion choices.

And Nicole Scherzinger ensured she had all eyes on her during the X Factor: The Band’s live grand final on Sunday as she put on a very busty display in a plunging black gown.

The Pussycat Dolls star, 41, struggled to keep her assets contained as she rocked a cleavage-baring number during the ITV show.

Eye-popping: Nicole Scherzinger ensured she had all eyes on her during the X Factor: The Band's live grand final on Sunday as she put on a very busty display in a plunging black gown

Eye-popping: Nicole Scherzinger ensured she had all eyes on her during the X Factor: The Band’s live grand final on Sunday as she put on a very busty display in a plunging black gown

Dressing to impress, the star’s outfit – a couture number by Georges Hobeika – featured a very deep neckline, hues of pink and red and a dramatic long train.

Her raven tresses were worn in a poker straight style while she added a glam palette of make-up including a bold red lip.  

The Buttons hitmaker was joined by fellow judge Simon Cowell and guest judge Leona Lewis, who wowed in a glittering gold gown.  

Sunday night’s final of X Factor: The Band saw the girls take on the boys as they battled it out to be crowned champion.

Sensational: The Pussycat Dolls star, 41, struggled to keep her assets contained as she rocked a cleavage-baring number during the ITV show

Sensational: The Pussycat Dolls star, 41, struggled to keep her assets contained as she rocked a cleavage-baring number during the ITV show

Fashionista: Dressing to impress, the star's outfit - a couture number by Georges Hobeika - featured a very deep neckline, hues of pink and red and a dramatic long train

Fashionista: Dressing to impress, the star’s outfit – a couture number by Georges Hobeika – featured a very deep neckline, hues of pink and red and a dramatic long train

Not only that, but the victors will also bag a ‘life changing record deal’ with Simon Cowell’s label Syco.

And the groups new band names were also revealed, with the girls called Real Like You, while the boys are named Unwritten Rule. 

Throughout the week, judges Simon and Nicole Scherzinger whittled down the hopefuls to just 12 contestants – six girls and six boys.

Golden girl: The Buttons hitmaker was joined by fellow judge Simon Cowell and guest judge Leona Lewis, who wowed in a glittering gold gown

Golden girl: The Buttons hitmaker was joined by fellow judge Simon Cowell and guest judge Leona Lewis, who wowed in a glittering gold gown

Flawless: Former X Factor winner dazzled in a glittering metallic gown as she supported the bands

Flawless: Former X Factor winner dazzled in a glittering metallic gown as she supported the bands

On Wednesday, the girl group was chosen and initially had five members – Kellimarie Willis, Luena Martinez, Seorsia Leagh Jack, Halle Williams and Jess Folley.

However, Nicole, 41, fought to bring back 17-year-old Virginia Hampson, bringing the number up to six.

With the change in group number, six boys were then picked on Friday’s show, the lucky singers were: Boaz Dopemu, Caius Duncombe, Fred Roberts, Harrison Cole, Jed Thomas and Reece Wilshire-Fessey.

Big show: Sunday night's final of X Factor: The Band saw the girls take on the boys as they battled it out to be crowned champion

Big show: Sunday night’s final of X Factor: The Band saw the girls take on the boys as they battled it out to be crowned champion

The latest version of Simon’s X Factor format hasn’t been without it’s controversies, with judge Nicole slammed for upstaging contestant Robbie Monaghan on Saturday. 

Viewers weren’t impressed as the American singer decided to turn Robbie’s performance of an acoustic version of The Pussycat Dolls’ hit Don’t Cha into a duet, especially when she sent the Irish singer home later in the show.

As the judges whittled down the boys to decide who would make the band, Robbie took to the stage to excitedly tell Nicole he was offering a new twist on one of the Pussycat Dolls’ most famous songs.

It's a girl thing: Kellimarie Willis, Luena Martinez, Seorsia Leagh Jack, Halle Williams, Jess Folley and Virginia Hampson take on the boys

It’s a girl thing: Kellimarie Willis, Luena Martinez, Seorsia Leagh Jack, Halle Williams, Jess Folley and Virginia Hampson take on the boys

Here come the boys: Boaz Dopemu, Caius Duncombe, Fred Roberts, Harrison Cole, Jed Thomas and Reece Wilshire-Fessey battle the girls

Here come the boys: Boaz Dopemu, Caius Duncombe, Fred Roberts, Harrison Cole, Jed Thomas and Reece Wilshire-Fessey battle the girls

Breaking into the acoustic performance, the smiling hopeful left Nicole beaming with pride, and she eventually ran onto the stage to offer her own vocal talents, before sending him through to the next round. 

Praising his performance, Nicole said: ‘You sounded super cool. You look even cooler than you did when we saw you last time.

‘I like that you did your own spin on the song. I couldn’t even join in. I just wanted to listen to you do it because you sounded so dope. I was really impressed by that performance – congratulations.’

Winner: More people tuned in to watch a documentary about how Aldi, which opened its first UK store in 1990, became a British favourite with 1.74 million watching it

Winner: More people tuned in to watch a documentary about how Aldi, which opened its first UK store in 1990, became a British favourite with 1.74 million watching it

While Robbie seemed thrilled that he got to duet with such a famous star, fans weren’t impressed as they claimed Nicole invaded the audition to make herself the centre of attention.

One tweeted: ‘OMG sit down Nicole it’s not all about you,’ while another added: ‘Nicole HAS to try and upstage everyone doesn’t she, beauty doesn’t mean class.’

A third wrote: ‘Nicole, it’s not about you, gal, let Robbie perform by himself. Go back, sit your a** down, and be a judge. You’re an attention seeker.’

Stealing the spotlight: Nicole sparked outrage among fans of The X Factor: The Band on Friday, as they claimed she upstaged teen Robbie Monaghan by invading his audition

Stealing the spotlight: Nicole sparked outrage among fans of The X Factor: The Band on Friday, as they claimed she upstaged teen Robbie Monaghan by invading his audition

‘Why dis Nicole even get on stage,’ a viewer tweeted, while another added: ‘Couldn’t event let the kid do his audition without chiming in.’ 

Meanwhile, X Factor: The Band been struggling in the ratings, with the ITV show failing to draw in more viewers than a documentary about German supermarket Aldi on Wednesday night.

During the show, which is Simon Cowell’s second format change of the year to try and save the brand, just 1.65 million people tuned in.

While 1.74 million viewers watched Channel 5’s supermarket documentary called Inside: Aldi at Christmas.

Drama: Irish teen Robbie, 17, took to the stage during the Boys' arena auditions, and delighted Nicole when he opted to sing an acoustic cover of The Pussycat Dolls Don't Cha

Drama: Irish teen Robbie, 17, took to the stage during the Boys’ arena auditions, and delighted Nicole when he opted to sing an acoustic cover of The Pussycat Dolls Don’t Cha

Sensational: Midway through the audition, Nicole decided to join in on Robbie's performance, and turned the audition into a duet

Sensational: Midway through the audition, Nicole decided to join in on Robbie’s performance, and turned the audition into a duet

The X Factor regularly drew in more than ten million viewers during its heyday when it launched the careers of Leona Lewis, One Direction and Little Mix.

But in recent years it has lost out to BBC One rival Strictly Come Dancing, which is also scheduled in a prime time Saturday night slot.

However it hasn’t all been bad news for Simon as earlier this week it was announced he signed a new five-year deal with ITV.

This included five series of Britain’s Got Talent and at least one more of The X Factor. 

Hard: Meanwhile, it had been struggling in the ratings, with the show failing to draw in more viewers than a documentary about German supermarket Aldi on Wednesday night

Hard: Meanwhile, it had been struggling in the ratings, with the show failing to draw in more viewers than a documentary about German supermarket Aldi on Wednesday night

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