It's the first trial of how well the new addition of a jukebox has gone down with The X Factor contestants – as the second week of the live shows sees them sing along to the likes of Stevie Wonder and Diana Ross for Motown Week.
The gimmicks are bigger and better than ever as the pressure mounts on the remaining contestants as the talent contest's live stage continues. In the same format as last week, each of the hopefuls will perform their chosen song in front of judges Simon Cowell – who is mentoring The Girls – along with fellow judges Nicole Scherzinger (The Boys), Sharon Osbourne (The Overs) and Louis Walsh (The Groups).
Last weekend saw the first elimination of the series – but we actually lost two acts. Bratavio were the first to get the boot, while Brooks Way departed the competition "by mutual consent".
Josh Brooks said in a statement: "Due to events in my personal life I've decided that it's best not to be on the show at this time. While not everything that has been claimed is true I would like to apologise to everyone involved."
An X Factor spokesman added: "Following the allegations relating to Josh Brooks, we have decided by mutual consent that Brooks Way should leave the competition."
Girl group 4 Of Diamonds have returned after originally receiving a no at judges' houses. This means we're left with 11 acts as we head into the second week of the competition. The three singers with the least amount of votes from the public will face elimination in Sunday night's (16 October) results show.
The X Factor will air live on Saturday night (15 October) at 8pm on ITV. Make sure to tune into the results show on Sunday at 8pm, along with a performance from former winners Little Mix. The results show will also see the Jukebox decide next weekend's theme. Fingers crossed it'll be the "Louis Loves" option this time.