‘X Factor’ UK 2015: Song Choices Revealed; 4th Impact, Max Stone & More!

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If you enjoyed the first round of live shows on “The X Factor” UK last week, you’d better watch out for the 11 contestants as they take on classic songs.

Last week, fans witnessed a double elimination on the reality TV music competition when girl group Alien Uncovered and singer Bupsi Brown were voted off. With 11 acts remaining, they’ll head on to the second week of live shows with the theme “Reinvention.”

Tellymix mentioned that “X Factor” Judge Nick Grimshaw said, “So you can take a classic song and totally re-invent it and make it your own, it’s a good theme.”

According to the site, here are some spoilers for their song choices this week:

Louisa Johnson

Michael Jackson – Billie Jean

Anton Stephans

Jessie J – Bang Bang / Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass

4th Impact

Girls Aloud – Sound Of The Underground

Mason Noise

Womack & Womack – Teardrops

Reggie n Bollie

Slash Feat. Fergie – Beautifully Dangerous

Seann Miley Moore

The Mamas And The Papas – California Dreamin’

Monica Michael

Beyonce – Crazy In Love

Max Stone

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Return Of The Mack

The list is unconfirmed as further song choices are yet to be revealed. However, the site mentioned that contestants must brace themselves for another double elimination!

Here are the 11 remaining contestants: The Groups (4th Impact, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie) mentored by Cheryl, The Overs (Anton Stephans, Max Stone) mentored by Simon Cowell, Nick Grimshaw’s The Boys (Mason Noise, Che Chesterman, Seann Miley Moore) and Rita Ora’s The Girls (Louisa Johnson, Monica Michael, Lauren Murray, Kiera Weathers) are still on the show.

The Telegraph mentioned that bookies William Hill believes Louis Johnson is “the hot favorite.” Next to Johnson, he mentioned it’s Che Chesterman and all-Filipino girl group 4th Impact. “X Factor” UK 2011 winner girl group Little Mix even tweet their support for 4th Impact and gave them advice.

“The X Factor” UK airs on ITV from 8pm to 10:10pm on Saturday and 8pm to 9pm on Sunday.

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