The X Factor UK Live Shows Week 2 Results Full Clip S13E16 .. But, the battle elimination definitely. It's a new week so that can only mean one thing - new songs for The X Factor hopefuls to sink their teeth into. Tonight sees the return of Motown. Honey G is obviously ridiculous and, even if she is somehow taking herself seriously (which we're 97% sure she can't be) literally nobody else.
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Ben Haenow sings John Lennon's Jealous Guy The good news is, Freddy can play the piano, so perhaps he'll do an instrumental number. We all know that "stripped back" is really a euphemism for a bit boring. And do you know what? Nicole Scherzinger calling it "stripped back" is about as honest as we're going to get. Nicole and Sharon should win the X Factor. T he remaining X Factor contenders sung Motown songs live on ITV. Scherzy and Mrs O pop backstage during the adverts XFactor pic.
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But it's not really her genre, is it? What are littlemix singing about? Yes, inner Louis Walsh robot, she does! Relley, one of the lowest profile acts in the competition, was a surprise hit last week, and she's impressed the panel this week too. Oh, also, this happened: T he remaining X Factor contenders sung Motown songs live on ITV. X Factor week 2 results live: That would be an outrageous allegation for a family show. The 21 best songs about summer and sunshine. Here in live blog HQ, we thought her version of River Deep Mountain High was a little shouty, and wouldn't be surprised if she struggles in the phone vote again. Still, the shiny new X Factor jukebox perked everyone up when it revealed next week's theme: The nation needs to know. This is what this song has always lacked - any sense of immediacy or passion. Saara Aalto - or " This lot won't be going home any time soon. Please refresh the page and retry. Log out My Account Subscribe Rewards Search Video. Log out Rewards My Account Search Video. Who is related to whom? Take note Diana Ross, you chancer. Channel 4's Great British Bake Off to have 'new modern tone'. We're not criticising them, you understand.