Eight are left, seven are heading home. The X Factor charity single will also be performed, so I suppose I shouldn’t say anything particularly mean, even if they do intend to destroy David Bowie’s legacy. Who will be in the bottom two? Really, if there’s any justice in the world, Matt and Wagner should be in the bottom two, but it’ll be between Katie and Paije maybe, won’t it.
First up though is Olly Murs. Last year, you may remember, he murdered The Beatles’ Come Together by ripping open his shirt, so it’s only right he should return on the dullest of nights in The X Factor history. He sings a song about sea shells and the beach. I hate it. It’s so happy, it’s even got a banner reading ‘True Love’ wrapped around a heart in the background. He slipped in Cheryl’s name, which is such a marketing ploy. Even his dancers are imitating her Fight For This Love dance from last year. At least that gives me a chance to reminisce about the night Cheryl Cole trumped Whitney Houston in singing.
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