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Our 5 favourite X Factor UK moments

X Factor UK has been the start of Saturday nights in the UK for many years. It’s had a fair few presenters including Kate Thornton, and Dermot O’Leary, and seen a few changing judging panels. But one thing Simon Cowell’s show has always done is given us great entertainment. We thought we’d take a look at some of our best loved moments involving some of favourite artists who have appeared on the show.

Alexandra Burke performing with Beyonce

Alexandra Burke got to live out pretty much everyone’s dream by singing with Beyoncé in the final. They sang the Dream Girls hit, Listen. Alexandra went to win that series of the show and after this stunning duet we think it was a well deserved win.

Laura White performing Fallin’

Laura White did this stunning version of Alicia Keys Fallin’, when she was eventually voted out in week 8, her exit caused so much controversy and the show received so many complaints about it, she to date remains the only contestant from the show to be discussed in the parliament by the government as people petitioned to have her back on the show.

One Direction being formed

One Direction being formed is probably one of the most iconic X Factor moments in it’s history. The bands phenomenal success changed the lives of band members Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan forever.

4th Impact’s first audition

4th Impacts first audition was arguably be one of the best auditions ever seen on the show, the talented foursome put their own spin on Jessie J’s Bang Bang.

Little Mix performing their winners single

The Little Mix ladies won the X Factor in 2011, this moment is them singing their winners single a cover of Damien Rice’s Cannon Ball. It’s one of those videos you watch and it gives you goosebumps.

What’s your favourite X Factor moment? Let us know @CelebMix!

Written by Kelly McFarland

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