Zayn sang "Let Me Love You", a 2004 hit by R&B singer Mario.

All three judges — Simon, Louis, and Nicole — gave him a 'yes'.

(born January 12, 1993), also known mononymously as Zayn, is a former member of British-Irish band One Direction.

He left the band on March 25, 2015, to pursue a solo music career.

Zayn was originally scheduled to perform at the 2016 Capital FM Summertime Ball but cancelled at the last minute, citing "the worst anxiety of my career".

A scheduled October concert in Dubai was also cancelled due to his continued anxiety.

His former bandmates echoed his words in their October/November promo campaign for Made in the A.

M., stating he "fell out of love with the music" and they could tell he was increasingly unhappy being within the band.Zayn subsequently released music videos for album tracks 'It's You' and 'Be Four' and released 'Like I Would' as the second official single, which he performed at the 2016 IHeart Radio awards.Zayn confirmed 'Wrong' as the third single from Mind of Mine, but it did not receive promotion.He was a student at Lower Fields Primary School in East Bowling and went to Tong High School, a state comprehensive school.Zayn's mother, Trisha, told the BBC in 2013 about her son's religious upbringing, stating “I made sure the children went to the mosque.Zayn has read the Quran three times.” When Zayn was growing up, Trisha worked as a halal chef at a primary school, cooking meals for Muslim children.