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‘The X Factor’ – Week 5 Song Choices Revealed

With eight contestants remaining on ‘The X Factor,’ each week of Live Shows becomes more intense. The theme for this week’s Live Show is ‘Big Band,’ whereby the contestants will have a live band assisting their performance, with the contestants performing tracks from artists such as London Grammar to Frank Sinatra and more.

Duo Misunderstood and Giovanni Spano left the competition last week, with Misunderstood receiving the fewest votes from the public and Giovanni Spano lost out in the sing-off, with the Judges deciding to save Acacia & Aaliyah.

The Judges will be striving to impress the Judges – Simon Cowell, Louis Tomlinson, Ayda Field-Williams and guest Judge Nile Rodgers, who is replacing Robbie Williams, due to tour commitments – and the nation.

So what will the contestants be performing on this week’s Live Show? Make sure you keep reading to find out!

Simon Cowell (Girls Category) 

Bella Penfold

Song Choice: ‘Strong’ – London Grammar

Shan Ako 

Song Choice: ‘Summertime – Billie Holiday

Scarlett Lee

Song Choice: ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ – Frankie Valli

Louis Tomlinson (Boys Category)

Anthony Russell

Song Choice: ‘Beyond The Sea’ – Bobby Darin

Dalton Harris

Song Choice: ‘Listen’ – Beyoncé

Brendan Murray 

Song Choice: ‘Say Something’ – A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera

Ayda Field-Williams (Overs Category) 

Danny Tetley

Song Choice: ‘My Way’ – Frank Sinatra

Nile Rodgers – Replacing Robbie Williams due to his work commitments (Groups Category)

Acacia & Aaliyah 

Song Choice: ‘Act Our Age’ – Original Song

‘The X Factor’ continues on ITV on Saturday 17 November at 8.10 pm, with the Results Show aired on Sunday 18 November at 8 pm.

Make sure you tune in to the show to see the contestants’ performances!

Are you enjoying ‘The X Factor’ Live Shows? Is there any performance in particular you are most looking forward to seeing? Make sure you tweet us and let us know: @CelebMix.

Written by Rachel Dempster