Hello again, people!
Episode 5 of the Hashtag Academy has been and gone, and there was plenty of drama for you guys to get your teeth into!
Instead of spoiling it for you before you even get a chance to look at some of the best images, why not scroll through our gallery AND find out what happened at the same time?
It is certainly getting tougher for Spencer and co to decide who to keep in the Academy as the competition gets harder, and not everyone will have gone home feeling too happy after Episode 5 had finished.
Who were the ones with their place in the Academy under threat, and who progressed through to the final four with flying colours?
Find out in our image gallery of the day…
(Thanks to @TouchlineP for the photography!)
Despite Sean’s best efforts, Izu won the crossbar challenge after hanging on for a whopping one minute and eight seconds!
It is a tough process for Spencer and Devs as they have to decide who should be included in the Hashtag United first-team for next season…
Louis Lawlor is the first to run out of stamina and leave the bleep test, meaning he picked up 0 points for this challenge.
Izu won the bleep test fairly comfortably with a score of 14.7, and won the overall physical challenges as a result.
Despite the bleep test and the crossbar challenge, this is the hardest part of the day – for Spencer and the team more than anyone as they have to deliver news that could either make the lads’ day or send them home feeling down.
Spencer tells the lads what they’ve been waiting eagerly to hear – the verdict on who has made the final four.
Three will be told they are through, and three will be left on the bench…
Isaac Skubich and Okwute Izu are told that they have made it through to the final four.
Showing great sportsmanship, the rest of the lads give them a round of applause despite not knowing what’s in store for them…
Louis Lawlor is also told that he is through to the final four, leaving just one position left for those left on the bench.
This time, however, it isn’t up to Spencer.
Sean Alexander, Joshua Osude and Luis Berkane are the three trialists whose place in the Academy is under threat.
This time, it isn’t down to Spencer. It is up to YOU to decide who should progress to the interviews before reaching the final four.
Vote using this link (TBC until vote publish), but if you’re in the UK, head on over to the adidas GLITCH app!
Remember, you’re voting for who you want to save, and you only get ONE vote.
Voting closes at 23:59 BST tonight, so get involved!