While the singer has not appeared in the boot camp stages of the show, we can assure you she has made it through to the next round.
If you watched the ITV show carefully towards the end of Saturday (October 7) you would have caught a glimpse of her running towards Nicole Scherzinger and hugging her as soon as the judge appeared through the doors to discover the category she will mentor.
Talia is thrilled, as it was Nicole who told her to try out for the show after meeting her while at work at Heathrow Airport where she was a VIP concierge meet and greet.
Now with the auditions over, boot camp done and dusted, this can only mean one thing - the dreaded Six Chair challenge - which was under way with Sharon Osbournes' girls on Sunday (October 8) evening.
As Talia prepares to fight for a place to make it onto a chair we will have to wait a little longer to see how she gets on.
The 32-year-old mother-of-one was thrilled to get through the boot camp stage of the ITV compeition and has been putting in some hard graft.
Talia told getwestlondon : "It's long hours and extremely tough emotionally and physically but I just don't care because I feel on top of the world.
"Everyday is exciting, I’m surrounded by so much talent and I’m working with the biggest names in the industry. The vocal coaches are incredible."
Over the weekend boot camp came to a close and the judges were told who they would be mentoring.
Sharon Osbourne got the girls, who were not her "first choice" but were first to take on the gruelling six chair challenge.
Making it through to the next round are Rai-Elle Williams, 16; Holly Tandy, 15; Deanna, 22; Grace Davies, 20; Georgina Panton, 20 and Alisah Bonaobra, 22.
Nicole will be mentoring the "overs" category, with Simon Cowell leading the groups and Louis Walsh mentoring the boys.
This year's boot camp was in three stages.
It all started with the Wall of Songs where at the sound of a klaxon contestants ran to pick the next track they will sing.
This was followed by a sing-off in front of the judges between four acts who selected the same song from the wall.
The best performers then went on to perform live in front of a 4,000-strong crowd at Wembley Arena.
Successful contestants were put through to the next round - the nail-bitting Six Chair Challenge.
Each act that is still in a seat once everyone has performed wins a spot at the judges' houses - the final stage before the live finals.
The next ITV: X Factor show is on Saturday (October 14).
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