‘X Factor’ UK 2015 Song Choices; Winner’s Single Revealed

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This coming weekend, fans and viewers will witness the semi-finals of “The X Factor” UK. With only four remaining acts, who will make it to this season’s finale?

As reported on Telly Mix, Louisa Johnson, Che Chesterman, Lauren Murray and Reggie ‘N Bollie will again perform two songs each on the show’s semi-finals. With no definite theme this week, the site mentioned that the song choices of the contestants will be their ticket to the finale.

Crooner Che Chesterman will take on Charles & Eddie’s “Would I Lie To You” and Amy Winehouse’s “Love Is A Losing Game.” After Che suffered a minor mishap on forgetting Adele’s “Hello” lyrics, did he learn his lesson?

Crowd favourite Louisa Johnson will sing the Christina Aguilera version of “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown and “The Power Of Love” by Gabrielle Aplin. Will her performances lead her to the grand finale at SSE Arena?

After being in the bottom two last week, Lauren Murray’s set to secure her spot on the competition. The singer will perform Beyonce’s “Runnin’ (Lose It All)” and Ella Eyre’s “Best Of My Love.”

As the remaining act on the Groups Category, Reggie ‘N Bollie will give the audience their rendition of “Locked Away” by R City and Adam Levine. Telly Mix mentioned that their second song was still unconfirmed.

Aside from practicing their song choices, Unreality TV reported that the four remaining acts are also learning the “new winner’s tune.” According to the site, “The X Factor” team confirmed that the track will be Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young.”

The site mentioned that 100% of the proceeds will be donated to children’s charities namely Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase. “X Factor” boss Simon Cowell said that he has worked with those charities and he’s delighted that the sales will benefit families who are going through difficult times.

Tune in to “The X Factor” UK this weekend on ITV at 8PM. And on Sunday’s results show, watch Sia and Jason Derulo perform for the first time on the show.

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