All seven remaining acts - Rylan Clark, Ella Henderson, Jahmene Douglas, James Arthur, District3, Union J and Christopher Maloney - are expected to cover classic British pop and rock tracks
Meanwhile, the special guests for next weekend's results show have been confirmed as last year's winners Little Mix, One Direction and Brit Award winner Ed Sheeran.
Little Mix will perform their latest single 'DNA', while One Direction will be showcasing the Sheeran-penned 'Little Things'.
Kye Sones became the latest act to be voted off The X Factor last night, losing out to Rylan Clark in a sing-off after the judges sent the final vote to Deadlock.
X Factor's ratings tumbled yet again over the weekend, losing out to Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday and Sunday in the long running ratings battle.
The X Factor continues on Saturday (November 10) at 8.05pm on ITV1.
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