This week's theme on The X Factor live shows is Song From The Movies, which (as you may have guessed given its self-explanatory title), will have the contestants picking their favourite songs from any film from history to perform on tonight's show. Notoriously a very theatrical week, viewers are sure to be treated to some flamboyant productions.
Kiera Weathers and Seann Miley Moore left the competition in a double elimination last weekend, leaving mentor Nick Grimshaw with only two acts and Rita Ora with three due to her having the advantage of wildcard Monica Michael being a part of her group. This weekend there will be yet another double send-off, so the acts have got to step it up when it comes to their performances. Here's what you can expect from each of the remaining finalists...
The Boys - Judge: Nick Grimshaw
Ché Chesterman will be taking on Percy Sledge's When A Man Loves A Woman from the 1994 movie of the same, which starred Andy Garcia and Meg Ryan. Grimshaw's second contestant, Mason Noise, will perform Men In Black by Will Smith and Coko (from US r'n'b group SWV) from the sci-fi comedy, which also has the same name as the track.
The Girls - Judge: Rita Ora
Lauren Murray, who wowed the judges with her rendition of James Bay's Hold Back The River last week will tackle Glady Knight's Licence To Kill from the James Bond movie, while Louisa Johnson will sing Everybody's Free (To Feel Good) by Quindon Tarver from Baz Luhrmann's Romeo & Juliet. Monica Michael will perform Nancy Sinatra's Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down), which was heard in the 2003 film Kill Bill: Vol 1.
The Over 25s - Judge: Simon Cowell
I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston, taken from the movie The Bodyguard, is Anton Stephans track of choice for the night, while Max Stone will be performing Jerry Maguire soundtrack song Secret Garden by Bruce Springsteen.
The Groups - Judge: Cheryl Fernandez-Versini
Duo Reggie 'N' Bollie are taking on The Baha Men's Who Let The Dogs Out from The Rugrats Movie and Fernandez-Versini's final group, 4th Impact, will perform Beyonce's track Work It Out from Austin Powers In Goldmember
Like last week, according to William Hill, Louisa Johnson is still the favourite to win working with odds of 6/5, with Ché Chesterman second with 11/4. Lauren Murray has overtaken 4th Impact to be third favourite to win, with odds 8/1, while Reggie 'N' Bollie are hot on her tail with 9/1.
Tune into The X Factor on ITV from 8pm to 9.45pm on 14 November and the results show from 8pm to 9pm on 15 November, where One Direction will perform live. Jess Glynne will also be a guest on the show, singing her Children In Need charity song, Take Me Home.
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