Here at Reality Bites, we have other ideas. We've cobbled together some ideas for the remaining acts that would help liven up proceedings tomorrow night. Take note Louis Walsh, there's not a Westlife number in sight.
Craig Colton: Shaggy's Mr Boombastic
Colton may be a delightfully charming chap with a quick wit and a silky smooth vocal. But the important question is, can he do reggae pop? Shaggy's classic self-indulgent number one is one of the greatest love-bragging songs of all time and Colton should tackle it head on.
Frankie Cocozza: 'The Darkness's 'Growing On Me'
A song about the unfortunate problems that can occur from dipping your wick one too many times in the wrong place, The Darkness's classic rawk single about STDs seems strangely apt for the show's official ladies man Frankie Cocozza.
The Risk: Billy Ray Cyrus's 'Achy Breaky Heart'
The groups this year are all very good looking, slick, capable of super sweet harmonies and most of them can rap a bit. But what they are all missing are some serious dance routines. The Risk could end that by showcasing their line-dancing moves to this Billy Ray Cyrus one-hit-wonder.
Kitty Brucknell: Manic Street Preachers' 'You Love Us'
It's not technically a love song as such (Louis Walsh will have his rulebook out - the indie rock edition), but the Manics' early rallying cry single seems strangely appropriate for the much derided Kitty. If it didn't end with her stripped to her underwear, passed out on the judges' table with a bottle of Jack Daniels, we'd be disappointed.
Janet Devlin: Lionel Richie's 'Hello'
Yes, she's got the voice of an angel. Yes, she was rather good at Coldplay. Yes, she's just like an Ellie Goulding you can fit in your pocket. But do we really want class and cool on The X Factor? The Devlinator needs to show she can pull off cheese by tackling this classic Lionel lovey number.
Nu Vibe: DJ Pied Piper's 'Do You Really Like It?'
We're not sure what DJ Pied Piper's garage hit was actually about, but it does feature the line "lovin' it, lovin' it" an awful lot, so we're giving it a pass as a love song. Just because we'd love a rebirth of UK garage, Nu Vibe should dig out this "Ayia Napa" classic.